[Translate to English:] Martina Hartner-Tiefenthaler

Dr. Martina Hartner-Tiefenthaler

Short biography

Martina Hartner-Tiefenthaler is a Senior Scientist at the TU Wien (Institute of Management Sciences, Department of Labor Science and Organization) after having held various positions in Austria and abroad. She works at the interface between technology, organization and psychology and can draw on her knowledge as a graduate economist (New College Durham, UK) and business psychologist (University of Vienna, AUT).

Specifically, she is researching the topic of organizational communication in the context of work-life blending and flexible working, as well as the topic of team climate, opens in new window. In collaboration with the Industrial Software Research Group (TU Wien) and the Chamber of Labor of Lower Austria, she conducted the diary study YLVI, which took into account both objective cell phone usage data and subjective diary data. The aim was to find out what consequences intensive smartphone use has on well-being and health. Another current project in cooperation with the Employee Works Council of Vienna Airport, the Industrial Software Research Group (TU Wien) and the Lower Austrian Chamber of Labor is concerned with the demarcation between work and leisure.