Inga Ibs joined the lab as a PhD student in June 2020.
I am currently interested in understanding how human observers of complex systems build explanations for the system's behavior and how similar explanations can be automatically generated for complex artificial intelligence-based systems to aid human understanding of these systems.
During my studies in Cognitive Science at Osnabrück University I worked on probabilistic modeling of decision making under uncertainty and their applications in medical and legal contexts.
Presentations and publications
- Ehinger, B.V., Gross, K., Ibs, I., and Koenig, P. A new comprehensive eye-tracking test battery concurrently evaluating the Pupil Labs glasses and the EyeLink 1000, PeerJ, 7,e7086
- Wiggermann, V., Ibs, I., Schoerner, S., Hernandez-Torres, E., Vorobeychik, G., Metz, L., Li, D., Traboulsee, A. and Rauscher, A. Exploring Mechanisms of Multiple Sclerosis Lesion Evolution Using Advanced MRI, Neurology, 86
Psychology of Information Processing
|2017 – 2019||Student Researcher at the Neurobiopsychology lab of Prof. Dr. Peter König, University Osnabrück, Germany|
|Jul. 2019||Summer School on AI & Law, Badia Fiesolana, European University Institute, Italy|
|2016 – 2019||M.Sc. Cognitive Science, University Osnabrück, Germany|
|2012 – 2016||B.Sc. Cognitive Science, University Osnabrück, Germany|