Research profile and topics

The scholars of this center scholars aim
1) to contextualize technology research within historical, political, aesthetic, critical, and sociological perspectives.
2) to impact design processes carried out in different branches of engineering.

In sum, we hope a variety of humanistic methods, models of thinking, and humanistic analysis can provide a matrix for specific research cases and topics. The list of those below is only exemplary and  by no means exhaustive.


Our projects:

Aesthetics in Consumer Electronics Products

Educational Technologies and Philosophy

Human Food Interaction

Interactionalist and User Practices

Maritime Technologies and Literature

Socio-Technical Imaginaries

Technologies and Migration

Technologies of Automation and Communities

The Digital Resemiotisation of Buying and Selling Interaction