NeuroIS 2022

Participation at NeuroIS Retreat 2022

  • Datum: 01.06.2022
  • The IISM research groups of Prof. Mädche and Prof. Weinhardt are present at the NeuroIS Retreat in Vienna with six full papers:


    Seitz, J., and Maedche, A. (2022) Biosignal-based Recognition of Cognitive Load: A Systematic Review of Public Datasets and Classifiers. to appear in: NeuroIS Retreat Proceedings

    Langner, M. et al. (2022) Recognizing Polychronic-Monochronic Tendency of Individuals using Eye Tracking and Machine Learning. to appear in:  NeuroIS Retreat Proceedings

    Bartholomeyczik, K. et al. (2022)  Flow in Knowledge Work: An Initial Evaluation of Flow Psychophysiology Across Three
    Cognitive Tasks, .to appear in:  NeuroIS Retreat Proceedings

    Greif-Winzrieth, A., et al. (2022) A Participant’s View on the Potential of Conducting NeuroIS Studies in the Wild. to appear in:  NeuroIS Retreat Proceedings

    Nikolajevic, N., et al. (2022). Facilitating NeuroIS Research using Natural Language Processing: Towards Automated Recommendations. to appear in:  NeuroIS Retreat Proceedings

    Schenkluhn, M. et al. (2022) A Look Behind the Curtain: Exploring the Limits of Gaze Typing. to appear in:  NeuroIS Retreat Proceedings