Profile of Martha Janka
Martha is a research assistant and master student of business informatics at the Westphalian University of Applied Sciences. She primarily helps and advices students in HCI related courses. Furthermore, she is interested in designing and programming graphical user interfaces from a human-centered perspective. Her research interests are in interactive collaborative work environments as well as designing supporting tools for creativity methods.
05/2018 – 03/2019Research Assistant in the research projects "MIA" and "futureWork"Working group human-computer interaction Westphalian University, Gelsenkirchen
Research in the field of collaborative technologies, Analysis of the context of use and preparation of studies, Conception and development of prototypes
04/2016 – 04/2018Research Assistant in HCIWorking group human-computer interaction Westphalian University, Gelsenkirchen
Supervision of practical work within the courses "Human Computer Interaction in Business Informatics", "GUI Programming" and "Usability and User Experience Evaluation Methods", Preparation of lecture and internship documents, Conduct user studies
10/2015 - 03/2016Working Student at CapgeminiCapgemini Germany GmbH, Dusseldorf
Adaptation and optimization of program flows according to the End user requirements. The implementation took place in C # and using the Microsoft .NET Framework, JiraSoapService and TDAPIOLELib
07/2015 - 08/2015Student AssistantWestphalian University, Gelsenkirchen
10/2014 - 01/2015Tutor for programmingWestphalian University, Gelsenkirchen
Supervise and support students in solving programming tasks in Java
01/2013 - 03/2015Student Assistant at if(is)Institute for Internet Security if(is)
Westphalian University, Gelsenkirchen
Creation of UML diagrams and graphics using MS Visio Professional 2013, Create web tutorials on SSO and OpenID, Assist in writing documentation and creating PowerPoint presentations, Conception and implementation of GUIs with the framework "JavaServer Faces" (JSF) and the component library "Primefaces "