My name is Michael Hohl and i am teaching Design Theory and History at the Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Dessau, Germany. I am based in the Design Department, not Computer Sciences, though sometimes it feels like it.
I am interested in the experiential qualities of immersive telematic environments especially in those that create experiences of global awareness, holistic overview or feeling of interconnectedness. In a broader sense my research is about how technology changes us as people, how we make sense of the world, and about consciousness.
Additionally I am supervising Ph.D. candidates and conduct workshops and seminars about practice-led research in art & design, especially regarding appropriate methods and methodologies, at different European universities.
Here my personal Research pages. There you may read about my research, my pedagogic approach and the conferences and seminars i visit or organise. I am a peer-reviewer for Kybernetes, IADIS, DRS and several other publications or conferences.
(If you are looking for vagaries such as Ham & Eggs this is the place to look.)
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