We are happy that the Media Technology staff and students will together again visit the Ars Electronica Festival in Linz (Austria). The five-day study trip offers a shared source of inspiration and a basis for discussion to students and lecturers.
For the next "What’s Next?" talk series we welcome Sabrina Verhage and Casper Schipper, two Media Technology alumni working in the field of interactive and immersive design. They will talk about what makes an outstanding design experience, and how their lives have been after graduating as a MSc in Media Technology.
We are delighted that our annual "Science to Experience" exhibition will again be hosted by the V2_ Lab for the Unstable Media, June 8-11. Students were challenged to communicate their own science-inspired statements as experiences within the exhibition, this year along the theme "PATTERN".
For the next "What’s Next?" talk series we have invited two former Media Technology students - Ralph Kok and Jelger Kroese to talk about their journeys after Media Technology, and considering their positions, to reflect on the processes and applications of experience-based design.
How dangerous are AI tools, such as chatGPT? Media Technology researchers Max van Duijn and Tom Kouwenhoven explain the potential dangers of AI for EenVandaag national news outlet. "We must develop a critical view for applying such tools."
At the Universiteit van Nederland LIVE event about media, Maarten Lamers spoke about the question whether AI can be truly creative. His talk for a live studio audience was published as a video and a podcast.
Publishing your student work at a conference or in a journal is a great step towards becoming a researcher, and a great experience. But where to start and what to expect? At this "Insights" event, we discuss the possibilities and share experiences from students who have already published their work.
After two years Covid-19, we are happy that the Media Technology staff and students will together again visit the Ars Electronica Festival in Linz (Austria). The five-day trip offers a shared source of inspiration and a basis for discussion to students and lecturers.
Media Technology alumna Marianne Bossema has received a doctoral grant for teachers. This grant enables teachers to spend five years doing research that will eventually lead to a PhD graduation. Marianne will do her research on social robotics, under supervision of Leiden University's Rob Saunders.
The “Hello World!” series focuses on new encounters and new inspiration, inviting seven speakers with hugely varying backgrounds to give us their perspectives on what they see as currently important. The fourth speaker is Zane Kripe, antropologist, and Media Technology MSc programme alumna.