Diana Reich, M.Sc.

Diana Reich, M.Sc.

Current position

PhD student and scholarship holder at Prometei graduate school at the Berlin Institute of Technology, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG)

Focus of work

  • virtual product-development
  • perception and interaction in virtual reality
  • Functional Drive Simulator
  • ?virtual-true-use? environment

Academical career

  • 2009 - 2012
    Master of Science Human Factors, TU Berlin
    Thesis: Observer ratings in vehicles: Psychometric quality and influence of specific drowsiness indicators.
  • 2006 - 2009
    Bachelor of Science Psychology, TU Chemnitz
    Thesis: User Needs: An empirical study about customer wishes in different areas of business regarding Usability.

Practical experience

  • Since 07/2012
    Freelancer for Usability Consult Berlin
  • Since 04/2012
    Research assistant with FIZ-MTS
  • 06/2010 ? 05/2012
    Working student with Rolls-Royce
  • 10/2010 ? 02/2011
    Student apprentice with the German Aerospace Center (DLR)
  • 11/2008 ? 05/2009
    Research assistant within the project `Competence Initiative Usability` (TU Chemnitz)

Publications

  • Bär, N. & Reich, D. (2011). Was Firmen wollen: Eine Umfrage zu Usability-Dienstleistungen für klein- und mittelständische Unternehmen. Usability Professionals Konferenz. 11.-14. September. Chemnitz.
  • Reich, D., Brandenburg, S. & Thüring, M. (2012). Objektive Müdigkeitsbewertungsverfahren im Kfz: Ein Vergleich psychometrischer Gütekriterien und der Einfluss einzelner Müdigkeitsindikatoren. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie. 23. ? 27. September. Bielefeld.