PhD Researcher

Phone: +49 351 463 35761

Lisa-Marie Lüneburg

Lisa-Marie Lüneburg is PhD student at CeTI right-from the beginning of the cluster. Before, she
worked as research associate at the Chair of Industrial Design Engineering where she also graduated
in mechanical engineering. Through a human-centred design approach, she took forward scientific
topics in high-tech areas from speech technologies to applications for people with dementia. In her
current research she focuses on how vibrotactile feedback provided through wearables can support
motor learning and in which way this scientific research can be successfully transferred into the real
world through experience-centred demonstrators.

Projects/Cooperation within CeTI you are involved in:

TP2: Rock. Paper, Scissors Demo, DLR Fingertac
U1: Haptic Feedback in Laparoscopic Surgery
U3: SmartKinesiotape, Surfdemo & Supporting Balance, UX of Embodied Feedback

CeTI rooms within CeTI you are involved in:


Further Questions:

What do you value most about your work at CeTI?

Through the many disciplines involved in CeTI everyday you get another new exciting
insight and outlook into the future.

What was your best moment at CeTI so far?

Many moments when I am able to bring in my strengths as a designer in several
demonstrators and see the fascination they bring to visitors.

What else would you like to research?

I would like to research more about how TaHil can support wellbeing.

How do you spend your spare time?

I am a sea enthusiast and love surfing and sailing. In preparation for that I do lots of
yoga, running and practicing on my balance board.

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Felix von Bechtolsheim; Florian Bielert; Sofia Schmidt; Nathalie Buck; Sebastian Bodenstedt; Stefanie Speidel; Lisa-Marie Lüneburg; Thomas Müller; Yichen Fan; Tina Bobbe; Luca Oppici; Jens Krzywinski; Jakob Dobroschke; Jürgen Weitz; Marius Distler; Florian Oehme

Can you feel the force just right? Tactile force feedback for training of minimally invasive surgery – evaluation of vibration feedback for adequate force application (Journal Article)

In: Surgical Endoscopy, pp. 1–12, 2024.

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Philipp Flößel; Lisa-Marie Lüneburg; Julia Schneider; Nora Pohnert; Justin Förster; Franz Kappert; Doris Lachmann; Jens Krzywinski; Uwe Platz; Alexander Carl Disch

Evaluating user perceptions of a vibrotactile feedback system in trunk stabilization exercises: A feasibility study (Journal Article)

In: Sensors, vol. 24, no. 4, pp. 1134:1–13, 2024.

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Tina Bobbe; Lenard Opeskin; Lisa-Marie Lüneburg; Helge Wanta; Joshwa Pohlmann; Jens Krzywinski

Design for communication: How do demonstrators demonstrate technology? (Journal Article)

In: Design Science, vol. 9, pp. e3:1–25, 2023.

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Felix von Bechtolsheim; Florian Oehme; Florian Bielert; Sofia Schmidt; Alfred Schneider; Sebastian Bodenstedt; Stefanie Speidel; Lisa-Marie Lüneburg; Thomas Müller; Jürgen Weitz; Marius Distler

Haptic force feedback in training for minimally invasive surgery – Entwicklung und Validierung eines Laparoskopie-Simulators mit haptischem Vibrationsfeedback zum Training der adäquaten Kraftausübung (Journal Article)

In: Zeitschrift für Gastroenterologie, vol. 60, no. 8, pp. 646–647, 2022.



Philippa R. C. Böhnke; Hans Winger; Florian Wieczorek; Mareen N. Warncke; Lisa-Marie Lüneburg; Iris Kruppke; Andreas Nocke; Eric Häntzsche; Chokri Cherif

Protective coating for electrically conductive yarns for the implementation in smart textiles (Journal Article)

In: Solid State Phenomena, vol. 333, pp. 11–20, 2022.

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Tina Bobbe; Hans Winger; Ariel Podlubne; Florian Wieczorek; Lisa-Marie Lüneburg; Ievgen Kharabet; Jens Wagner; Sergio A. Pertuz

Reflections on "Rock, paper, scissors": Communicating science to the public through a demonstrator (Proceedings Article)

In: Proceedings of the ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human–Robot Interaction (HRI), 2022.

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Jens Wagner; Helmuth P. E. Morath; Jiajing Zhang; Florian Wieczorek; Lisa-Marie Lüneburg; Frank H. P. Fitzek; Giang T. Nguyen

Tactile electronics meets softwarised networks (Proceedings Article)

In: Proceedings of the IEEE Consumer Communications & Networking Conference (CCNC), 2022.

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Anna Schwendicke; Hans Winger; Florian Wieczorek; Lisa-Marie Lüneburg; Tina Bobbe; M. Ercan Altinsoy

Kinderleicht greifen – Angepasste haptische Eingabe für Kinder und Jugendliche (Proceedings Article)

In: Proceedings of the German Annual Conference on Acoustics (DAGA), 2021.

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Tina Bobbe; Luca Oppici; Lisa-Marie Lüneburg; Oliver Münzberg; Shu-Chen Li; Susanne Narciss; Karl-Heinz Simon; Jens Krzywinski; Evelyn Muschter

What early user involvement could look like – Developing technology applications for piano teaching and learning (Journal Article)

In: Multimodal Technologies and Interaction, vol. 5, no. 7, pp. 38:1–19, 2021.

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Lisa-Marie Lüneburg

Experiencing the future today: The role of UX demonstrators in Tactile Internet innovation and its impact on technology transfer (Book Section)

In: Krzywinski, Jens; Wölfel, Christian (Ed.): Design Research 2020, vol. 14, pp. 11–29, TUDpress, 2021.

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