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Dr. Aylin Imeri (Ilhan)

Building: 24.53
Floor/Room: 01.89
Phone +49 211 81-10803

Current research topics

• Health Information Behavior (focusing on activity tracking technologies)
• Social Media
 


Recent Publications

(033) Ilhan, A. (2020). Health metrics and information behavior: how users estimate and use self-quantifying activity and health information. Journal of Information Science Theory and Practice, 8(3), 47–63. https://doi.org/10.1633/JISTaP.2020.8.3.4

(032) Ilhan, A., Feng, Y., Fietkiewicz, K.J., & Eikey, E. V. (2020). Opportunities and challenges of self-tracking technologies: Understanding information, technology, and users through the lens of information science. In Proceedings of Association for Information Science and Technology, e296.

(031) Fietkiewicz, K.J. & Ilhan, A. (2020). How do users of activity tracking technologies perceive the data privacy environment in the EU? iConference 2020 Poster Proceedings.

(030) Ilhan, A., & Feng, Y. (2020). Introduction to the Health Information Behavior and Activity Tracking Technology minitrack. In Proceedings of the 53rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 7–10, 2020, Grand Wailea, Maui (p. 3417–3418). Honolulu, HI: HICSS (ScholarSpace).

(029) Fietkiewicz, K. J., & Ilhan, A. (2020). Fitness Tracking Technologies: Data Privacy Doesn’t Matter? The (Un)Concerns of Users, Former Users and Non-Users. In Proceedings of the 53rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (in press).

(028) Askeridis, J. M., & Ilhan, A. (2019). An empirical investigation of V LIVE's service quality and users' acceptance. International Journal of Interactive Communication Systems and Technologies, 9(2). 

(027) Ilhan, A., & Fietkiewicz, K. J. (2019). Learning for a healthier lifestyle through gamification: A case study of fitness tracker applications. In I. Buchem, R. Klamma, & F. Wild, Perspectives on Wearable Enhanced Learning. Current Trends, Research and Practice. (pp. X). New York: Springer (in press).

(026) Schaffarczyk L., & Ilhan A. (2019) Healthier Life and More Fun? Users’ Motivations to Apply Activity Tracking Technology and the Impact of Gamification. In: Meiselwitz G. (eds) Social Computing and Social Media. Communication and Social Communities (pp. 124-136). HCII 2019. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 11579. Springer, Cham. Doi: doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-21905-5_10

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Präsentationen

(08) 53rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-53) in Maui, Hawaii, USA (Jan. 07-10, 2020). Presentation on Fitness Tracking Technologies: Data Privacy Doesn't Matter? The (Un)Concerns of Users, Former Users, and Non-Users

(07) 21th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) (July 26-31, 2019) in Orlando, Florida. Presentation on Healthier Life and More Fun? Users' Motivations to Apply Activity Tracking Technology and the Impact of Gamification

(06) 20th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) (July 15-20, 2018) in Las Vegas, Nevada. Presentation on Motivations to Join Fitness Communities on Facebook: Which Gratifications are Sought and Obtained?

(05) Hawai'i International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-51) in Waikoloa Village, Bis Island (January 04-06, 2018). Presentation on 10,000 Steps a Day for Health? User-based Evaluation of Wearable Activity Trackers

(03) International Library and Information Science Conference (LIS) (August 23-25, 2017) in Sapporo, Japan. Presentation on Think Green - Bike! The Bicycle Sharing System in the Smart City Barcelona

(02) 19th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) (July 9-14, 2017) in Vancouver, Canada. Presentation on Do Car Drivers Really Need Mobile Parking Payment? A Critical Evaluation of the Smart Service apparkB in Barcelona

(01) iConference 2017 (March 22-25, 2017) in Wuhan, China. Presentation on User behaviour in the Twittersphere: Content analysis of tweets on Charlie Hebdo attacks


Poster

(02) Fietkiewicz, K. J., & Ilhan, A. (2020, March). Activity Tracking Technologies and Data Privacy in the EU. Poster session presented at the iConference 2020 (virtual). 
(01) Fietkiewicz, K. J., & Ilhan, A. (2017, July). Breaking news commentary: Users' reactions to terrorist attacks in english-speaking Twittersphere. Poster session presented at the Human-Computer Interaction International Conference 2017, Vancouver, Canada.



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