Bild von Tim Schrills, M.Sc.


Ratzeburger Allee 160 | Geb. 64 | D-23562 Luebeck


Adapting technology so that it can be and is optimally used by humans is much easier than adapting everyone to the technology. This requires an understanding of how the human mind works.

In his research, Tim investigates the methodological basis for projects in human-computer interaction. Which data is important to understand the trust in displays, algorithms or language assistants? Which methods can contribute to improving the anticipated reliability of e.g. battery displays?

Tim is finishing a master's degree in cognitive and media psychology and holds a bachelor's degree in psychology. Before becoming part of the Engineering Psychology Group in Lübeck, he worked in the field of digitization for the insurance industry as well as in HR consulting. Through his time as a board member of a student consulting firm, he is experienced in project organization, change management processes and project controlling.

In his spare time Tim loves to play board games and pen & paper. He also reads a lot, likes to play theatre and work on optimising his smart home gadgets.

No matter if you want to know something about his work or always wanted to know what D20 stands for - he is always happy getting to know new faces.