The University of Graz, founded in 1585, is Austria’s second oldest university. It has around 30.000 students and 4.500 employees, studying, teaching and researching at 6 faculties.

One of them is the faculty of Natural Science, where the Institute of Psychology is located. The Cognitive Science Section (CSS), as part of the Institute of Psychology, is an interdisciplinary research group consisting of psychologists, computer scientists, and mathematicians.

The CSS targets research fields where cognitive psychology meets technology. More precisely, its research areas encompass the fields of technology-enhanced learning and related technologies, decision making and decision support systems, adaptation and personalization, cognitive modeling, human factors in secure society research, and user-centered evaluation of computer applications.

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