Michael is a Research Associate at the Department of Computer Science in York (Human-Computer Interaction Group). He graduated in psychology at the (University of Göttingen, Germany, and at University College London. His background is in experimental psychology, human factors and human-computer interaction. His previous areas of interest included psychopharmacology, causal learning, and the effects of system response times.
He is currently working on the development of dynamic function scheduling methods. He is also involved in the 'timeliness' research theme.
A list of publications by Michael Hildebrandt is available.
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