Designing Adaptive Systems
For Economic Decision-Making

An Interdisciplinary PhD Program At:

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FUNDED BY THE GERMAN
RESEARCH FOUNDATION (DFG)


KD²School
In a Nutshell

As a publicly-funded and non-profit organisation the KD²School trains the next generation of scholars to develop adaptive systems that support economic decision-making.

OUR FOCUS

Research the interaction of decision-making processes and system design

OUR VIEW

Decision-making is embedded in a dynamic context of personal, task-related & environmental factors

OUR APPROACH

Realize impactful research through interdisciplinary cooperation

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LATEST NEWS
November 14, 2022

A Summer of Conferences - Part 2: ISWC

In August, our graduate student Tim Schneegans published and presented a brief paper at the International Symposium for Wearable Computing (ISWC). The ISWC (iswc.net) is a premier interdisciplinary venue in which leading international researchers, designers, developers, and practitioners in the field present and discuss novel results in all aspects of ubiquitous and pervasive computing...

LATEST RESERACH
October 31, 2022

Two Publications at Neuroadaptive Technology

Neuroadaptive technology (NAT) utilizes real-time measures of neurophysiological activity within a closed control loop to create intelligent software adaptation. The Neuroadaptive Technology Conference 2022 took place in Lübbenau (Spreewald) from October 10th-11th 2022. Two members of the KD2School were present at the conference and presented research on adaptive systems...

WHO WE ARE - INTRODUCING THE KD²SCHOOL TEAM

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Principal Investigators

PHD STUDENTS & POST-DOCS

Karen Bartholomeyczik
Gabriel Ivucic
Tim Schneegans
Tom Reuscher
Saskia Jacob
Nicola Hüholt
Negin Javaheri
Jessica Jachimowicz
Thai Cao
Lisa-Marie Wadle
Julia Seitz
Tobias Weiss
Dr. Ivo Benke
Dr. Raphael Reisenhofer

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