Vivien Wallner is a research assistant at the Center for Human-Computer Interaction (University of Salzburg). She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Computer Science from the University of Salzburg. She also holds a Master’s degree in Human-Computer Interaction from the University of Salzburg and the University of Applied Sciences Salzburg. Vivien is interested in research with children and also focused on it in her bachelor thesis. Furthermore, Vivien supported various MINT projects such as Kinderstadt, MINTWoch. Vivien works in the team that is mainly dealing with automated driving, so she has already been involved in these topics during her time as a student assistant in various projects (MadSav, MAN, Digibus, Hadrian). Vivien is currently working on the Codability project and also supports the Hadrian project.