Conducting scientific and relevant research is a large part of my daily work activities. I mainly carry out and supervise diary-based longitudinal studies, investigating day-to-day fluctuations as well as long-term variations in stress(ors), sleep, and other work- and health-related topics. Additionally, I have experience with various other research methods (experimental, field studies, systematic reviews) and use both subjective and objective measures. I have a wide-ranging statistical skillset including several analysis techniques such as multilevel- and structural equation modelling.See below a few of my previous scientific publications. And my dissertation can be downloaded here:

I am always open for national and international collaborations with other researchers, but also organizations, institutes, or unions. If you are interested in collaborating with me you can reach me via the contact page of this website.