Michael Fröhlich

Michael Fröhlich
INF 5 Institut für Anwendungssicherheit
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Michael Fröhlich

Michael Fröhlich wants to investigate Blockchain powered systems through the lens of HCI research in an effort to identify critical usability issues arising from the underlying technology and ways how to mitigate them.

Ultimately, through his research, he wants to move the needle towards more usable Blockchain interfaces by answering the following questions.

  • How are Blockchain systems used in practice?
  • Which usability issues commonly arise and how do users deal with them?
  • How can we design better interaction concepts with Blockchain systems?
  • With which use cases should different Blockchain technologies  by used and when not?

 

Kontakt: michael.froehlich@unibw.de

 

Short Bio

Michael Fröhlich  has an M.Sc and a B.Sc in computer science achieved at the TUM, Munich.  He also achieved an honors degree in technology management at the Center for Digital Technology and Management (CDTM), Munich.

In addition, he has further experiences as a software developer for web and iOS applications.

 

Theses Topics

Open
  • Interaction Concepts for Key Management
  • Understanding Seed Phrase Storage in Practice

 

See open topics here.

 

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Kontakt: michael.froehlich@unibw.de