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Matthias Wenzel

Matthias Wenzel is a PhD student at the chair of Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel "Internet Technologies and Systems" at the Hasso-Plattner-Institute in Potsdam since August 2011. He graduated from the University of Potsdam and is holding a diploma degree in Computer Science. Matthias wrote his thesis within the Tele-Board project. After finishing his studies he is primarily concerned with next-generation internet applications especially in the scope of web-based, distributed collaboration.

Projects

Globalized Design Thinking - Supporting design thinking at different locations

Globalized Design Thinking - Supporting design thinking at different locations. PI: Prof. Dr. … > mehr

Globalized Design Thinking - Supporting Design Thinking at Different Locations

Globalized Design Thinking - Supporting Design Thinking at Different Locations. PI: Prof. Dr. … > mehr

Redesigning the MEDICAL REPORT experience: Probing Design Thinking on High-Stake Tasks In Bureaucratic, Hierarchical Organizations

Redesigning the MEDICAL REPORT experience: Probing Design Thinking on High-Stake Tasks In … > mehr

Tele-Board MED: Assessing Interactions and Character Choice in Teams with a Machine Team Member

Tele-Board MED: Assessing Interactions and Character Choice in Teams with a Machine Team Member. PI: … > mehr

Tele-Board MED: Supporting Patient Progress with (Meta) Data Analytics (HPI)

Tele-Board MED: Supporting Patient Progress with (Meta) Data Analytics. PI: Prof. Dr. Christoph … > mehr

Tele-Board: Remote collaboration in real world settings

Tele-Board: Remote collaboration in real world settings. PI: Prof. Christoph Meinel Abstract The … > mehr