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Since 2003, I am a Professor for Interaction Design at the Interface Design Department of the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam (FHP). Here you can find some results of my activities at the University.

Metadata for Architectural Contents in Europe

Type: Research Project
Year: 2006 - 2009
Team: Tina Deiml-Seibt, Boris Müller, Till Nagel, Larissa Pschetz, Moritz Stefaner

The MACE project is an european research project with partners in Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. The project is co-funded by the eContentplus programme of the European Commission.

MACE sets out to transform the ways of e-learning about architecture in Europe. It integrates vast amounts of content from diverse repositories created in several large previous projects as well as from existing architectural design communities.

The MACE project provides a framework for community based services such as finding, acquiring, using and discussing e-learning contents that were previously reachable only to small user groups.

The project develops and uses several types of metadata for tagging contents: traditional content metadata and ontologies, context metadata, competence metadata and learning process metadata, usage related metadata and metadata acquired through social interaction, e.g. recommendations by peer users or blog entries.

I am leading the workpackage that is concerned with all issues regarding interface design and integration. During the project we are developing a wide range of interfaces for visualizing and accessing the repositories.

The interactive installation mæve is also part of the MACE project.

In Potsdam, the full team consists of Tina Deiml-Seibt, Till Nagel, Larissa Pschetz, Moritz Stefaner and myself.

Launch the MACE Interfaces

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