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Till Winkler

Till Winkler M.Sc.
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About me:
Till Winkler is a lecturer and research associate at the Institute for Information Systems and Society of the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Wien). He has a background in Psychology and has been teaching classes on human-centered design and on foundations of information and communication technology. His research focuses on sustainable IT development, value-oriented requirements engineering and the impact of technology on humans in general. Currently, Till is comparing the outcome of different design methods and approaches. He is part of the IEEE P7000 standardization afford to address ethical concerns during system design.
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since 2016
Researcher (prae doc) - Institute for Informationsystems and Society (WU)
Research Assistant - Lighting Design (Bartenbach)
Research Assistant - Department of Psychology (LFU)
Research Assistant - Experimental Psychiatry (MUI)
Research Assistant - Psychiatry (MUI)
Research Assistant - Department of Psychology (LFU)

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  • 1140 Software engineering (Details)
  • 1146 Management information systems (Details)
  • 1157 Usability research (Details)
  • 1161 Human-computer interaction (Details)
  • 2953 Data security and data privacy (Details)
  • 5501 General psychology (Details)
  • 6815 Product design (Details)


  • Computer Ethics & Values
  • Empirical research (qualitative & quantitative)
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Psychology
  • Value sensitive Design


Position in scientific committee
  2019 ECIS - Workshop on Engineering Accountable Information Systems - Program Committee
Membership in scientific association
  2016 Privacy and Sustainable Computing Lab
  2016 IEEE - P7000 Standard Effort
Reviewer for a scientific journal
  2018 Ethics and Information Technology
Reviewer for an international conference
  2019 ICIS 2019
  2019 HICSS 53
  2019 Ethicomp 2020
  2018 ISTAS 2018
  2017 AMCIS
Attendance scientific meeting (Conference etc.)
  2019 36C3
  2018 ISTAS 2018 - Technology, Ethics, and Policy
  2018 35C3
  2016 Lorentz Center - Value Sensitive Design: Charting the Next Decade
Other scientific activities
  2019 VSD Community Seminar
  2019 Vienna Cognitive Science Meetup #2 - Research presentation
  2019 Jubiläumsfond der Stadt Wien - Poster presentation
  2019 ICIS 2019 - Associate Editor (Track on "Sustainability and Societal Impact of IS")


Journal article

2019 Winkler, Till, Spiekermann-Hoff, Sarah. 2019. Human Values as the Basis for Sustainable Information System Design. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine. 38 (3), 34-43. open access (Details)
2018 Winkler, Till, Spiekermann-Hoff, Sarah. 2018. Twenty years of value sensitive design: a review of methodological practices in VSD projects. Ethics and Information Technology. 1-5. open access (Details)

Paper presented at an academic conference or symposium

2018 Winkler, Till. 2018. Human Values as the Basis for Sustainable Software Development. ISTAS 2018, Washington DC, Vereinigte Staaten/USA, 13.11.-14.11. (Details)

Poster presented at an academic conference or symposium

2019 Wagner, Benjamin, Winkler, Till, Human, Soheil, Peer, Stefanie. 2019. Do Smartphone Apps Influence Mode ChoiceBehavior among Viennese Citizens? Anniversary Fund of the City of Vienna Network Meeting, Vienna, Österreich, 03.12.2019. (Details)

Working/discussion paper, preprint

2020 Winkler, Till, Spiekermann-Hoff, Sarah. 2020. Human Values as the Basis for Sustainable Information System Design. (Details)
  Spiekermann-Hoff, Sarah, Winkler, Till. 2020. Value-based Engineering for Ethics by Design. (Details)
2019 Spiekermann-Hoff, Sarah, Winkler, Till, Bednar, Kathrin. 2019. A Telemedicine Case Study for the early phases of Value based Engineering. Working Paper Series/Institute for IS & Society Vol. 1. (Details)
  Wagner, Benjamin, Winkler, Till. 2019. Comparing routing predictions: travel time estimates and user accountability in navigation apps. (Details)


Value sensitive system design for competitive differentiation (2019-2020) (Details)
Towards Realization of Accountable Multi-modal Smart Mobility in Vienna: Do Smartphone Apps Influence Mode Choice Behavior among Viennese Citizens? The Role of User-interface Design in Influencing Users’ Mobility Behaviour in Vienna (2019-2020) (Details)