Leonie joined the Bits to Energy Lab in May 2023. She holds a BSc. and a MSc. in Psychology from the Catholic university Eichstätt-Ingolstadt. Her interest lies with researching the human-machine-interaction.
As an intern and working student, she gained practical insights while exploring this intersection in the aviation (Airbus Defense & Space) and automotive domain (Spiegel Institute), as well as supporting research of challenges in digital change management and digitalized healthcare at the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Systems in Nürnberg.
Before joining the chair, she worked as a Research Manager at Psyma+Exevia Health, consulting various clients from the Healthcare, Dental and MedTech industry.
Leonie is interested in behavioral mechanisms in the digital domain and making the most out of data – particularly when answering questions concerning sustainability.
- Data Donations and digital nudges for sustainable behavior change
- Thermal Comfort as a Service: Smart-sensor-based energy management in non-residential buildings
- Data-driven behavioral interventions for sustainability (DABIS) (WiSe 23/24)
- Digital Transformation in Energy and Mobility (DITEM) (WiSe 23/24)
Open topics for theses
- Use cases for scientific value creation from donated data (Bachelor)
- Shopping for a better world – Value creation from digital receipts (Master)
- Non-residential building management – Where are we and were could we go? (open for both)