Anna M. H. Abrams is a research associate and doctoral candidate at the Individual and Technology Group at the Department of Society, Technology, and Human Factors. Her research interests include group dynamics in human-robot interaction (HRI) under consideration of fundamental social-psychological models and theories, methods of HRI research, and user experience in HRI. She works in the UrbANT project, investigating among other things the social interaction of a robotic micromobility device with passers-by in public space.
Anna M. H. Abrams received her B.Sc. in psychology from Maastricht University in 2014 and her M.Sc. in psychology with a minor in engineering psychology from Technische Universitšt Darmstadt in 2016. She worked as a research associate at the Institute for Mechatronic Systems in Mechanical Engineering at TU Darmstadt, as a consultant for usability and user experience at Custom Interactions GmbH, Darmstadt, and as a user research expert at P3 solutions GmbH in Aachen.