Researcher Profile

Mag. Michaela Reisinger

Mag. Michaela Reisinger

Function

Junior Scientist

Center

Technology Experience

Competence Unit

Technology Experience

E-Mail

Michaela.Reisinger(at)ait.ac.at

Phone

+43 50550 4506

Fax

+43 50550 4599

Address

Giefinggasse 2, 1210 Vienna

Career

Field: Contextual Experience

Main Research: User experience and User Engagement in Urban Development – Design and Acceptance of Smart/Sustainable Technologies, Prototyping, User Involvement in Cultural Heritage, Persuasive Technology

Experience: Michaela R. Reisinger, Junior Scientist at AIT, studied physical anthropology at the University of Vienna with a focus on human ethology and osteology. She has previously worked on stress-measurement, socio-economic status-artefact interactions, gaining experience in national and international research projects. Michaela has a strong international and interdisciplinary background due to her research stays abroad. Currently she is researching user experience in the context of smart cities, intelligibility and control in smart home situations and social engineering vulnerabilities in company environments.

  • 2013-2014: project lead (website-relaunch, database transfer), researching journalist
    Lebensart (publishing house) / Austria

Publications

  • New Evidence about Composite Bows and Their Arrows in Inner Asia
    Author(s): Reisinger M.R.
    Journal: The Silk Road, 8 (2010) ; 42-62
  • Playing (with) Democracy: A Review of Gamified Participation Approaches
    Author(s): S.-K. Thiel, M. Reisinger, K. Röderer
    Journal: JeDEM, 8/3 (2016) ; 32 - 60
  • Ethical Implications and Consequences of Phishing Studies in Organizations - An Empirical Perspective
    Author(s): M. Busch, Y. Van der Sype, M. Reisinger, P. Fröhlich, C. Hochleitner, M. Tscheligi
    Conference CHI 2016 - Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, San Josef, CA, USA
  • Smart Grid Awendungen für EndnutzerInnen: Bestehendes Interesse und Erfolgsfaktoren
    Author(s): L. Diamond, P. Fröhlich, K. Röderer, M. Reisinger, M. Tscheligi
    Conference Smart Grids Week 2016 , Linz, Austria
  • More than Sex: The Role of Femininity and Masculinity in the Design of Personalized Persuasive Games
    Author(s): M. Busch, E. Mattheiss, M. Reisinger, R. Orji, P. Fröhlich, M. Tscheligi
    Conference PERSUASIVE 2016 - 11th International Conference on Persuasive Technology, Salzburg
    Proceedings A. Meschtscherjakov, B. De Ruyter, V. Fuchsberger, M. Murer, M. Tscheligi; 219 - 229
  • Personalization in Persuasive Technology
    Author(s): R. Orji, M. Busch, A. Dijkstra, M. Reisinger, A. Stibe, M. Tscheligi
    Conference PERSUASIVE 2016 - International Workshop on Personalization in Persuasive Technology, Salzburg, Austria
    Proceedings R. Orji, M. Reisinger, M. Busch, A. Dijkstra, A. Stibe, M. Tscheligi; CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1582
  • Visual end-user programming in smart homes: Complexity and performance
    Author(s): Michaela Reisinger, Johann Schrammel, Peter Fröhlich
    Conference 2017 IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing (VL/HCC), Raleigh
  • Visual languages for smart spaces: End-user programming between data-flow and form-filling
    Author(s): Michaela Reisinger, Johann Schrammel, Peter Fröhlich
    Conference 2017 IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing (VL/HCC), Raleigh
  • "I'm too old for this!": influence of age on perception of gamified public participation
    Author(s): S.-K. Thiel, M. Reisinger, K. Röderer
    Conference International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia - MUM '16, Rovaniemi, Finland
  • Skeletal morphology (2014)
    University of Vienna
  • Skeletal morphology (2015)
    University of Vienna
  • Skeletal morphology (2016)
    University of Vienna

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