The paper "Awareness, Intention, (In)Action: Individuals’ Reactions to Data Breaches" by Peter Mayer, Yixin Zou, Byron M. Lowens, Hunter A. Dyer, Khue Le, Florian Schaub, and Adam J. Aviv was accepted for publication in the journal ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI).
Germany's most highly funded research award was presented in Berlin. André Platzer conducts research at KIT on the safety of computer assistance systems.
Twelve top researchers, among them computer scientist André Platzer, who was brought to Germany by the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), have been awarded Germany’s most highly endowed research prize, the Alexander von Humboldt Professorship, in Berlin. The State Secretary in the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Sabine Döring, and the President of the Humboldt Foundation, Robert Schlögl, presented the awards, which are endowed with up to five million euros, during a ceremony.