Student Team

Since the summer semester of 2020, students of the HAW Hamburg, faculty DMI and the Hochschule Fresenius, faculty Media Interior Design of the AMD, dept. Design are working together in a cooperative project.

The project is being support by the program Hamburg Innocation, since mid 2020.

College Lecturers

The Faculty of Design, Media and Information (DMI) at the HAW-Hamburg has been working at the interfaces between information science, design, media technology and media informatics for over ten years. It offers insights and empirical values ​​in many applications of digitization and is therefore the ideal place for researching new types of media applications.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Greule is professor for lighting and lighting technology and digital reality. He was involved in setting up the GameLab at HAW-Hamburg, teaches and researches in the field of VR/AR, was project manager of the VR experience "Speicherstadt Digital" and has been head of the Research and Transfer Center "Digital Reality" (FTZ DR) in the creative warehouse M 28 since 2017.

The curator, media artist and scientist Anke von der Heide works transdisciplinarily, in the research field of media architecture between technology, art, urbanity and sociology, among others. She taught at Bauhaus University Weimar, TU-Berlin and coordinates and teaches in the project XRchitecture at HAW Hamburg since 2020.

Julie Galach
Daniel Gehn

The AMD Academy Fashion & Design, dept. Design of the Hochschule Fresenius, is qualifying for creatively and economically oriented jobs in creative industries. The professorship for Media Interior Design is located in the School of Design in Hamburg.

Prof. Vera Doerk is a graduate engineer (FH) in architecture and a graduate in audiovisual media (Academy of Media Arts). Since 2006 she has been Professor of Media Spatial Design at the AMD Academy Fashion & Design and has taken over the deanship of the new study program Spatial Design (B.A.) at the beginning of 2020.













External Team

Dr. Patrick Tobias Fischer was a research associate in HCI at Bauhaus University Weimar and PhD student at Strathclyde University, Glasgow. His research is in the crossfire of art, technology and science and began 2006 at University of Technology, Sydney at Ernest Edmond`s Creativity and Cognitions Studio. He worked for Fraunhofer, Berlin and Microsoft Research in Cambridge.