Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bert Arnrich

Charlotte Brandebusemeyer

Research Assistant, PhD Candidate

Phone: +49-(0)331 5509-3445

Room: G-2.1.20

Email: char.brandebusemeyer(at)hpi.de

Web: ResearchGateLinkedIn

Personal Information

Work Experience:

  • Since Okt. 2023: PhD Candidate in Digital Health at the HPI in cooperation with SAP 
  • 2023: Student Worker at best practice consulting
    • AI and Large Language Models
  • 2022: Student Worker at Bischof + Klein
    • IT Reporting
  • 2022: Research internship and master thesis at the German Aerospace Centre (DLR)
    • Psychophysiological analysis of people travelling in an autonomously driving vehicle
  • 2021: Research internship at Macquarie University, Sydney
    • Social Robotics
  • 2020: Internship at IBM, Hursely, UK
    • Created educational resources for schools to teach the principles of artificial intelligence and machine learning


  • 2020 - 2022: Cognitive Science (M.Sc.) at University of Osnabrück

  • 2019: Semester Abroad at the University of Sussex, Brighton, UK

  • 2017 - 2020: Cognitive Science (B.Sc.) at University of Osnabrück


Research Interests

  • Mental well-being and productivity of software developers in a real-life setting
    • developer experience
    • cognititve load and flow experience
  • Paired programming
  • Psychophysiological data analysis (ECG, EDA, EEG, eye-tracking, questionnaires)
  • Machine Learning


Teaching Activities

Project supervision

Summer Semester 2024Master projectCode with the flow


Thesis supervision

Master Thesis

2024Fabian GeorgiConsumer Wearables as a Research Tool: Evaluation of the Measurement Accuracy of the Google Pixel Watch 2 Compared to the Empatica E4 in Various Everyday Situations


Open Thesis Topics

Feel free to contact me if you are interested in writing your thesis on a topic that is related to my research.




  • Travelers’ information need in automated vehicles-a psychophysiological analysis. Brandebusemeyer, Charlotte; Ihme, Klas; Bosch, Esther (2022). 1–6.


  • Impact of a vibrotactile ... - Download
    Impact of a vibrotactile belt on emotionally challenging everyday situations of the blind. Brandebusemeyer, Charlotte; Luther, Anna Ricarda; König, Sabine U; König, Peter; Kärcher, Silke M in Sensors (2021). 21(21) 7384.