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.


Tele-Board: Remote collaboration in real world settings

PI: Prof. Christoph Meinel Abstract The goal of the Tele-Board project is to facilitate remote Design Thinking for … > mehr

Globalized Design Thinking - Supporting design thinking at different locations

PI: Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel Abstract The role of remote collaboration is becoming more and more important – also for … > mehr

Globalized Design Thinking - Supporting Design Thinking at Different Locations

PI: Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel Abstract Today’s markets are global, development teams are spread all over the globe, … > mehr

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

PI: Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel Abstract The project Tele-Board MED brings design thinking work equipment into medical … > mehr

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

PI: Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel Abstract Tele-Board MED is a digital documentation system that allows doctors and … > mehr

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

PI: Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel Abstract Medical reports summarize diagnoses of patients, treatments and outcomes. They … > mehr

Design Thinking Medical Record Data: Addressing Innovation Barriers to Doctor-Patient Teamwork

PI: Professor Dr. Christoph Meinel Abstract This joint proposal explores the use of Tele-Board MED (TBM) to enable … > mehr

Remote Care with Tele-Board MED

PI: Professor Dr. Christoph Meinel Abstract While people get ill everywhere, medical expertise is often concentrated … > mehr

Fostering Design Thinking Education

PI: Professor Dr. Christoph Meinel Abstract After adapting and conducting several design thinking Massive Open … > mehr

Implementing and Evaluating InnoDev in practice

PI: Dr. Matthias Uflacker Abstract While research and practitioners agree that Design Thinking, Agile Development and … > mehr

Connecting the dots – Planning, measuring and steering the impact of human-centered design and Design Thinking in organizations

PI: Professor Dr. Falk Uebernickel Abstract Over the last years, the role of design in organizations expanded from a … > mehr

Innovation Modelling Based on Human Needs

PI: Julia von Thienen Abstract Human needs are a cornerstone of design thinking. The ability to identify and address … > mehr

Augmented Coaching with Performative Patterns

PI: Dr. Jonathan Antonio Edelman, Prof. Dr. Christoph Lippert Abstract What are the ways an enterprise sports coaching … > mehr

Making Design Thinking Accessible to Blind and Visually Impaired People

PI: Prof. Sean Follmer Abstract Design thinking leverages spatial and visual diagramming as a central component for both … > mehr

Measuring the Impact of Project-Based Design Engineering Courses on Entrepreneurial Interests and Intentions of Alumni

PI: Prof. Sheri Sheppard Abstract For over half a century, ME310: Project-Based Engineering Design Innovation & … > mehr

Examining the neural basis of applied creativity in entrepreneurs

PI: Dr. Manish Saggar Abstract Creativity and innovation lie at the heart of design thinking. Understanding how … > mehr

Artistic Vision: Providing Contextual Photography Guidance for Rapid In-Camera Iteration

PI: Prof. Dr. James A. Landay Abstract Designers have long known the benefits of iteration and rapid prototyping. Many … > mehr

Psychology of Design

PI: Dr. Larry Leifer Abstract Design Thinking has been related to team environments, which are inherently argumentative, … > mehr

Re-DNA: Re-designing nonverbal actions for design team collaborations

PI: Prof. Dr. Michael Shanks Abstract Ironically, platforms that remote design teams use to collaborate often beget … > mehr

Visual Diagnostics for Design Thinking Teams Using Virtual Reality

PI: Prof. Dr. Jeremy Bailenson Abstract Virtual Reality technology holds the promise to become an arena for design … > mehr

Measuring the Transfer of Design Practice from Educational Environments to Applied Environments

PI: Dr. Daniel Schwartz Abstract This proposal outlines two studies that will develop a measure that assesses how well an … > mehr

Stylo Guide: Supporting Consistency in Design Teams

PI: Prof. Dr. Michael Bernstein, Camille Utterback Abstract As the design thinking process for an idea matures from … > mehr