Awards, Grants, and Patents

  • Project funded by the Volkswagen Foundation “Deciding about, by and together with algorithmic decision-making systems”, funding program “Artificial Intelligence and the Society of the Future”. Total budget of the project: 1.56 Mio Euros. My share: 300 000 Euro; March 2019 – March 2022.
  • Project funded by the German Research Foundation: “Motivational States and Incentives” (Sub-Project of the Research Unit “Psychoeconomics”); 220 000 Euro; September 2016 - September 2019
  • Project funded by the German Research Foundation: “Economic Rationality and Competing Behavioral Rules” (jointly with Carlos Alós-Ferrer, University of Cologne; Sub-Project of the Research Unit “Psychoeconomics”); 220 000 Euro; October 2012 - August 2015
  • Project funded by the German Research Foundation (AC 183/2-2): “Neural Correlates of the Limits of intentional Control of Impression Formation Processes” (jointly with Andreas Keil); Sub-Project of the Research Unit “Limits of Intentionality”; 220 000 Euro; March 2009 - March 2012 5.
  • Project funded by the Excellence Initiative at the University of Konstanz: “Automatic and Controlled Processes of Decision Making”; Sub-Project of the “Center for Psychoeconomics: Conflicting Motives and Strategies in Decision Processes; Socioeconomic and Educational Consequences”; 130 000 Euro; May 2008 - June 2011
  • Project funded by the Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research - Leibniz-Research Network “Non-Cognitive Skills: Acquisition and Economic Consequences”; Sub-Project “Self-Regulation Skills and Life Success“of this research network; 130 000 Euro; January 2008 - December 2010
  • Project funded by the German Research Foundation (AC 183/2-1): “The Limits of intentional Control of Stereotype and Prejudice Processes” (jointly with Andreas Keil); Sub-Project of the Research Unit “Limits of Intentionality”, 220 000 Euro; December 2005 - December 2008
  • Project funded by the “Ausschuss für allgemeine Forschungsfragen (AFF)” of the University of Konstanz: “Gender Studies: Working Memory Processes and the Automatic Activation of Gender Stereotypes”; 3500 Euro; 2003 – 2004 Total Third-Party Funds to date: 1 563 500 Euro