Pass_Doellken

M.Sc. Markus Döllken

M.Sc. Markus Döllken

Field of Research

  • Investigation of visual paths during the analysis of technical systems
  • Investigation of visual paths in the synthesis of production-specific components
  • Gaze-Aware Design Guidelines
  • Investigation of gaze paths during the use of feedback
  • Eye-tracking with the measurement of gaze entropy
  • Cognitive Load
  • Machine Learning in Assistance Systems

Research Focus

  • Derivation of analysis methods for design engineers
  • Derivation of synthesis methods for design engineers
  • Development of a Gaze-Aware Feedback laboratory for engineering assistance

Bachelor- / Mastertheses

  • If you are interested in a B.Sc. / M.Sc. thesis or a literature review/research internship, please send me an email with your application and a grade transcript.

  • I always have open positions and do not post them all. If you are interested in the field of machine learning, assistance systems, eye-tracking, setting up experiments, data analysis of eye-tracking raw data, cognitive load etc., I am always looking for motivated students. Especially those who love to be creative and also like to take challenges.

  • Check out some interesting links here:
    SpritzJet spin-off from an eye-tracking research; eye-tracking robot control; gaze eye-tracking control.

  • I would like to set up an eye-tracking assistance/feedback lab with you.

  • Current bachelor- and master-theses can be found here.

Publications

  • An overview of the publications can be found at ResearchGate

Publications


2020
Restrictive and Opportunistic Method in Design for Manufacturing.
Doellken, M.; Arndt, L.; Buehlmeier, J.; Matthiesen, S.
2020, December 9. doi:10.5445/IR/1000127148
Challenges Faced by Design Engineers when Considering Manufacturing in Design – An Interview Study.
Doellken, M.; Zimmerer, C.; Matthiesen, S.
2020. Proceedings of the Design Society: DESIGN Conference, 1, 837–846. doi:10.1017/dsd.2020.302
2019
Improving Decision Making by teaching Debiasing Approaches – motivating Engineering students with Reflection.
Nelius, T.; Eisenmann, M.; Doellken, M.; Hergl, M.; Matthiesen, S.
2019. 2. Conference "Human Behaviour in Design", Tutzing, 23.-24. April 2019
2018
Das Systemverständnis reflektieren – Kritisches Hinterfragen als Einflussgröße in der Analyse.
Matthiesen, S.; Eisenmann, M.; Döllken, M.
2018. 29. DfX-Symposium 2018, Tutzing, 25.-26. September 2018. Hrsg.: D. Krause, 12