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Ngoc Chi Banh, M.Sc.

 Ngoc Chi Banh, M.Sc.

Institut für Humanwissenschaften > Psychologie > Kognitive Psychologie

Member - Research Associate - SFB/TRR 318 "Constructing Explainability"

Transregional Collaborative Research Centre 318

Member - Research Associate - Doctoral Researcher A05

+49 5251 60-4491
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Zukunftsmeile 2
33102 Paderborn
About me

Research associate in the Collaborative Research Center TRR 318 "Constructing Explainability", subproject A05


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TRR 318
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33102 Paderborn

 Ngoc Chi Banh, M.Sc.
08/2021 - today

Rsearch associate in the Collaborative Research Center "Constructing Explainability"

Joint research project TRR 318 and the Project A05 "Contextualized and online parametrization of attention in human–robot explanatory dialog"

10/2012 - 08/2021

Informatikstudium an der Universität Paderborn


Master of Science Informatik

01/2020 - 06/2020

Lab assistant @ CCS Labs, Heinz-Nixdorf-Insitutut

I was responsible for conducting experiments for the BMBF-funded and concluded Safety4Bikes project. The experiments were conducted in the Virtual Cycling Environment.

2017 - 2018

Year abroad @ Vietnamese-German University (VGU), Binh Duong/Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam


Bachelor of Science Informatik

04/2015 - 01/2017

Lab assistant @ Psylab, Department of Cognitive Psychology, Institute of Human Sciences

Das PsyLab ist ein experimentalpsychologisches Forschungslabor für Fragestellungen aus der kognitiven Psychologie.

10/2014 - 03/2015

Teaching assistant / tutor for psychology 101


Banh, Ngoc Chi (2021).Dooring as a Hazard for Bicyclists – Modeling Hazard Scenarios in an Interactive Real-time 3D Simulation. Paderborn. Master's thesis.

Banh, Ngoc Chi (2017). An Asynchronous Adaptation of a Churn-resistant Overlay Network Butterchurn. Paderborn. Bachelor's thesis.

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