Angela Borchert, M.Sc
Address Oststr. 99
Room BB 918
Phone +49 203 379 4503
Fax +49 203 379 4490
- Social Media Engineering
- Computer-Mediated Introduction: Sharing Economy, Online Dating
- Risk Analysis
Angela Borchert is an doctoral candidate and moreover she is part of the research training group "User-Centred Social Media" in which she follows her research interests in computer science and psychology.
Her work focuses on the issue of trust in the domain of sharing economy and online dating. In this context, she aims to decrease risks that are associated with the online and offline interaction of users. Her objective is to enable a safer use of such applications by conducting qualitative and quantitative research as well as respecting those findings within the software development lifecycle. To this end, she considers subject-specific concerns and how users assess the trustworthiness of parties to interact with. Based on that, she strives for building user-centred systems for which she particularly investigates in personality traits, attitudes and gender.
Research Fellow at the Department Software Engineering
04/16 - 07/18
M. Sc. Applied Cognitive Science, University Duisburg-Essen
10/12 - 05/16
B. Sc. Applied Cognitive Science, University Duisburg-Essen
- Interdisciplinary Research Training Group User-Centred Social Media, USCM
Bachelor / Master Theses
You are welcome to apply for one of the following topics or to propose one of your own from one of my research areas.
|Trustworthiness in Online Dating or Sharing Economy Applications
||Depending on the scope|
Conflict identification and resolution for trust-related requirements elicitation a goal modeling approachIn: Journal of Wireless Mobile Networks, Ubiquitous Computing, and Dependable Applications Vol. 12 (2021) Nr. 1, pp. 111 - 131
ISSN: 2093-5382; 2093-5374
Building Trustworthiness in Computer-Mediated Introduction : A Facet-Oriented FrameworkIn: 11th International Conference on Social Media and Society: Diverse Voices - Promises and Perils of Social Media for Diversity / SMSociety 2020; Virtual, Online; Canada; 22 - 24 July 2020 2020, pp. 39 - 46
A Conceptual Method for Eliciting Trust-related Software Features for Computer-mediated IntroductionIn: Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering: Volume 1: ENASE 2020, pp. 269 - 280
Balancing trust and privacy in computer-mediated introduction : Featuring risk as a determinant for trustworthiness requirements elicitationIn: ARES 2020: 15th International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security / International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES) ; 3rd Interdisciplinary Privacy and Trust Workshop (iPAT) ; August 25 – August 28, 2020, All-digital Conference / Volkamer, Melanie; Wressnegger, Christian (Eds.) 2020
Towards a Better Understanding of Online Influence : Differences in Twitter Communication Between Companies and InfluencersIn: ACIS 2020 Proceedings / Australasian Conferences on Information Systems (ACIS 2020) 2020
A generic conceptual data model of social media servicesIn: Proceedings of the 24th European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs / EuroPLop '19; Irsee, Germany; 3. Juli – 7. Juli 2019 2019, pp. a22
Risk-Based Elicitation of Security Requirements According to the ISO 27005 StandardIn: Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering: Revised Selected Papers / 13th International Conference, ENASE 2018, Funchal, Madeira, Portugal, March 23–24, 2018 / Damiani, Ernesto; Spanoudakis, George; Maciaszek, Leszek A. (Eds.) 2019, pp. 71 - 97
ISBN: 978-3-030-22558-2; 978-3-030-22559-9
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