Student of Computer Science (Ph.D.)
André is a trained IT specialist for software application development and holds a master’s degree in computer science. He works as a research assistant for the FTZ Smart Systems at the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science at the HAW Hamburg. André supervises projects, conducts workshops, and manages procurement in the Creative Space for Technically Innovations.
He has gained much experience in the development of embedded computing (tangibles, wearables) and mixed reality systems (augmented and virtual reality) by conducting various interdisciplinary workshops, projects, and laboratories. His research interests include algorithmic decision-making, machine learning, and quantified self. His research is about recognition of movement and stress patterns with wearable sensors during training exercises (project MoGaSens).
Furthermore, André evaluates how training with augmented and virtual reality can be integrated into a company to train its maintenance workers more efficiently.
Broscheit J.; Jeworutzki A.; Draheim S.; von Luck K.; (2018) ‘Colored Raindrops. A Fiction-Driven Workshop for Girls’ ACM Interaction Design and Children (IDC); IDC Workshop: Sustaining Girls’ Participation in STEM, Gaming and Making; Trondheim, Norway. idc workshop
Lectures & Participatory Workshops
Blended Reality, semester project, HAW Hamburg, 2019
Smart Objects, workshop, Zentrum für Aus- und Fortbildung Hamburg (ZAF), 2019
Blended Reality, semester project, HAW Hamburg, 2018
Sound of P3, workshop, P3 Group, Aachen, 2017 Link
Girl’s Day – Mädchenzukunftstag, workshop, HAW Hamburg, 2017 – 2019 Link
Huch – Der Kaktus spricht, workshop, Code Week Hamburg, HAW Hamburg, 2016 Link
Blitz Workshop, workshop, HAW Hamburg, 2016 Link
Creative Space for Technical Innovations, interdisciplinary laboratory, HAW Hamburg, 2015 – today
Emotion Lab, interdisciplinary laboratory, HAW Hamburg, 2012 – 2013
Herbsthochschule, workshop, HAW Hamburg, 2011
Faszination Games I+II, workshop, HAW Hamburg, 2011
Smart Objects, semester project, HAW Hamburg, 2011
Smart Objects Lab, interdisciplinary laboratory, HAW Hamburg, 2009 – 2012
Wearable Computing, semester project, Margaretha-Rothe Gymnasium, HAW Hamburg, 2009 – 2010
Smart Textiles, semester project, HAW Hamburg, 2009
Toaster Edwin, workshop, HAW Hamburg, 2009