Projects of the Urban Futures Programme
In collaboration with photographer Frédéric Brenner and his international project team, the GraDiM research project is developing theoretical and technical concepts for the visualisation of a photo archive with particular sensitivity for a collection documenting the Jewish diaspora.
Cooperation with the daily newspapers taz and UCLAB with the aim of conveying climate information via various channels using data visualisations. For this purpose, both physical and digital postcards with visualisations on different aspects of climate protection in Germany were designed and produced.
Investigation of the potentials and implementation barriers for the realisation of "Infrastrukturen des Gemeinsamen".
Starting from collection objects, overcome borders and create spaces of networking, understanding and mediation.
The interdisciplinary research and digitisation project Restaging Fashion develops new perspectives on historical clothing in a web-based environment.
What makes urban places attractive? This question is both scientifically and politically topical in view of urban challenges such as population growth, rising rents and intensified social segregation between more and less attractive city districts.
Model project of an ecologically and socially sustainable building modernization of the Nová Cvernovka Foundation in Bratislava, Slovakia
The project explores the potential of immersion and narration for visualising and making available cultural assets.
SmartUpLab develops an intelligently networked tool environment to support the introduction of innovative mobility systems.
What is intersectionality? How are discrimination and privilege related? What does intersectional discrimination mean? These questions are answered in the web-based article "Inter...was? Intersektionalität! – Eine visuelle Einführung" answers them. With a combination of text, animated illustration and interactive data visualisation, it offers an introduction to the socially relevant topic of…
Research cooperation with the Jewish Museum Berlin on the visualisation of anti-Semitic acts of violence between 1930 and 1938
VIDAN develops new interaction and visualisation techniques for the representation and exploration of complex data
Project to investigate and demonstrate a research technology for historical network analysis
MaaS L.A.B.S.: User-Centred Mobility-as-a-Service Platform: Living, Automated, Demand- & Sharing-Oriented
Shaping the transport turnaround through flexible and demand-oriented local public transport
Cooperation between the TH Wildau, the city of Luckenwalde and University of Applied Sciences Potsdam for a local office of the Brandenburg universities in the district town of Luckenwalde in the district of Teltow-Fläming.
Research cooperation with the Theodor Fontane Archive Potsdam
The Close-Up Cloud introduces a visualisation approach that challenges the separation of overview and detail. For this, the iconographic details of images are summarised to reveal visual patterns in a collection and to stimulate exploration through the holdings.
Neighbourhood-based networked concept Mobility-as-a-Service for Potsdam (MaaS4P) with innovative and automated forms of public transport services
The research project THEMIS.COG investigates social and psychological mechanisms of self-organised cooperation.
Practical testing of new technologies for vehicle-infrastructure networking as well as highly and fully automated driving in the digital test field Düsseldorf
Cooperation with the German National Library to research interactive visualisations of a comprehensive bibliographic collection
Cluster Living: Cluster Housing for Structurally and Socially Adaptable Housing Concepts for Resilient Urban Development
New forms of housing in the context of demographic and social change.
With PaSyMo, the Institute for Applied Research Urban Future develops digital tools for urban planning and participation processes.
In this project, we explore the potential of dynamic arrangements of a comprehensive coin collection based on different facets such as origin, material type, period, weight and size. The resulting layouts push the boundary between the physical display of coins and the representation of abstract data patterns that characterise the collection.
As part of the Visualisation of Cultural Collections project, graphical user interfaces for the interactive viewing of cultural objects are being researched. In co-operation with an innovative company in the field of media databases and a cultural institution with historically significant collections, scenarios and techniques for the visual exploration of cultural collections are being developed.