Institution: Research Group for Industrial Software, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Position: Project Assistant, Prospective PhD candidate
Current research: Investigating the role mobile technology can play to boost the recovery process for people living borderline personality disorder and self-injury in addition to therapy
- Designing mental health technology (apps, wearables, tangible interfaces) especially in the field of self-injury
- Serious games for mental health, using technology to raise awareness on mental health issues (e.g. self-injury, depression)
- Positive computing
- Lederer, N., Tadros, B., Baranyi, R., & Grechenig, T. (2017). Designing for change: Uncovering the patient perspective in developing mobile apps for borderline and self-injury. 2nd Suicide & Self-Harm Early Career Researchers’ Forum. University of Glasgow, Scotland.
- Lederer, N. & Baranyi, R. (2015). Self-injury, interrupted: Mobile technology as therapeutic accessory. The Cornell Research Program on Self-Injury and Recovery. White-Paper.
- Lederer, N., Grechenig, T., & Baranyi, R. (2014). unCUT: Bridging the Gap from Paper Diary Cards Towards Mobile Electronic Monitoring Solutions in Borderline and Self-Injury. IEEE 3rd International Conference on Serious Games and Applications for Health. doi: 10.1109/SeGAH.2014.7067092
Can help with: User centered design, rapid prototyping, Java, software development
What’s essential to your well-being? Yoga, coffee, movies, enough sleep, taking a break from the digital world, pep talks, spending time outside the office/walking around to be able to generate new ideas, travelling, being able to do things my way, being able to escape the daily grind every now and then and to play/work in another country for a few days, family and friends.
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