Dr.-Ing. Fabienne Lambusch


Konrad Zuse Haus
Albert-Einstein-Straße 22
Room: 351

Phone: 0381-498 7404
Fax: 0381-498 7512

Consultation hours: by arrangement

Curriculum Vitae

Fabienne Lambusch is a research associate at the chair of Business Information Systems since January 2017. Her research concerns the human-centered design of information systems that enable reflection on both a personal as well as an organizational level and reveal preventive and sustainable options for action. A particular focus is on supporting occupational self-management with innovative technologies and approaches such as context-awareness and persuasiveness. These are used to increase people's awareness of the interplay between well-being and productivity and to support them in achieving positive change.

Fabienne Lambusch studied computer science at the University of Rostock and received her master's degree in 2016. She has always been enthusiastic about interdisciplinary topics and the transfer of computational approaches to new application areas. In her theses, she worked on the analysis of biological models in graph representation and the assistance in modelling biological networks. The key issues were the search for frequent patterns in a model set and the conceptual design of a recommender system to integrate extending graphs during modelling. In this, Fabienne Lambusch considered, among others, graph mining, clustering, and semantic similarity.


Lambusch, Fabienne; Weigelt, Oliver; Fellmann, Michael; Fischer, Jana; Kiechle, Ann-Kathrin (2023): Towards Personalized Feedback as an Energizer: A Randomized Controlled Trial. In: Proceedings of the IEEE 25th Conference on Business Informatics (CBI), p. 1–9.

Lambusch, Fabienne; Knoblich, Jannik; Weigelt, Oliver; Kraft, Dimitri; Fellmann, Michael; Bieber, Gerald (2022): Does my glucose level tell how energetic I feel? In: Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Sensor-based Activity Recognition and Artificial Intelligence (iWOAR '22)., p. 1–9.

Richter, Henning; Fellmann, Michael; Lambusch, Fabienne; Kranzusch, Maik (2022): Towards an Architectural Concept for a Wearable Recommendation System to Support Workplace Productivity and Well-Being. In: 24th HCI International Conference, HCII 2022, Proceedings Part III, vol. 13304, p. 416–429.

Lambusch, Fabienne; Fellmann, Michael; Rosenau, Christoph; Gember, André (2021): On the Diversity of Self-tracking Purposes: Systematizing the Objectives in Tracking Oneself. In: Tareq Z. Ahram und Christianne S. Falcão (Hg.): Advances in Usability, User Experience, Wearable and Assistive Technology, vol. 275, p. 34–41.

Lambusch, Fabienne; Fellmann, Michael; Poppe, Michael; Weigelt, Oliver; Hein, Sophia (2020): Personal Productivity Management in the Digital Age: Measures from Research and Use of Conventional Tools. In: WI2020 Zentrale Tracks: GITO Verlag, p. 632–647.

Fellmann, Michael; Lambusch, Fabienne; Pieper, Leonard (2019): Towards Combining Automatic Measurements with Self-Assessments for Personal Stress Management. In: 2019 IEEE 21st Conference on Business Informatics (CBI), p. 604–611.

Lambusch, Fabienne; Fellmann, Michael (2018): Towards Context-Aware Assistance for Smart Self-Management of Knowledge Workers. In: Joint Proceedings of the BIR 2018 Short Papers, Workshops and Doctoral Consortium, p. 1–12.


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