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Network of Labs

Network of interdisciplinary creative labs as an interface between computer science, civil society, politics and economy

Network

Network of interdisciplinary creative labs as an interface between computer science, civil society, politics and economy

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The labs combine their complementary profiles with the common claim to be a creative space and a platform for the transfer of knowledge, skills and experts,

Labs

to support open innovation processes with civil society and companies as partners and to provide application-oriented and lively places for quick experiments and agile prototyping for all facets of computer science

The Creative Labs are the garages for the universities and showcases to society. With the ahoi.digital Network of Labs we have a powerful idea-driven engine for innovation and experimentation between the Labs and the region.

Martin Kohler

Head of NoL

ahoi.digital

these are the Labs

each of the ahoi.digital universities has established a lab, which collaborate with each other within the NoL

base.camp

The base.camp is a creative lab at the University of Hamburg and supports students in implementing projects and offers experimental space to try out lightweight ideas and frameworks. Scientists from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Hamburg provide expert assistance. Successful projects are accompanied up to the start-up phase and are also networked with industrial partners in very early phases.

Björn Schmidt
opposing line
Eugen Ruppert
opposing line

CSTI

The Creative Space for Technical Innovations Laboratory of HAW Hamburg is an interdisciplinary platform for applied research and knowledge transfer in the field of human-machine interaction and smart systems, based on computer science, in cooperation with, among others, mechatronics, design & art as well as social and cultural sciences.

Martin Kohler
Head of NoL
Susanne Draheim
Executive management CSTI

CityScienceLab

The CityScienceLab at HafenCity University Hamburg is working with partners from civil society, politics, business and science to research the transformation of cities in the context of digitization. It pursues a decidedly inter- and transdisciplinary perspective by linking technical issues with social and cultural developments.

Holger Prang
research associate

Things@TUHHLab

The Things@TUHHLab at the TU Hamburg is an interdisciplinary innovation laboratory for the application of technologies such as the Internet of Things, sensor networks and cyber-physical as well as embedded systems in areas such as intelligent infrastructure and intelligent city. Students have the opportunity to participate in practical or scientific research projects.

Koojana Kuladinithi
opposing line
Humaira Abdul Salam
opposing line

ahoi.digital

this is what happens in the Labs

A selection of projects from the Network of Labs

CSTI projekt

Shelldon

Five networked turtles (code name „Shelldon“) were developed within the framework of the eCulture Innovation Forum. The turtles served as vivid examples of 3D printing, human-computer interaction and smart objects. Depending on their position, the color changes and the well-being of the turtle is displayed. If a turtle lies on its back, the red panic mode is activated and the other turtles react empathically. Various calls for help are also sent to the network (such as telephone calls or Tweets…).

For the 3D printing, transparent filament and the STL template „Garden Turtle“ from pmoewa were used.

Pmoews: Garden Turtle
www.thingiverse.com/thing:421809

Follow Shelldon on Twitter:
@CSTI_Shelldon

A Project from Gerald Melles und Jessica Broscheit

base.camp projcect

LAMP

The constant improvements of quality management in university teaching have been a focus topic in recent years and its importance has increased accordingly which has also been the case for the department of informatics at the University of Hamburg. In this context, formative-adaptive tests based on the open source platform OpenOLAT were introduced in selected modules, which are intended to deepen and interactively review the individual preparation and follow-up of the lecture content. Despite the potential of data analysis and the adaptation of the lecture contents and exercises based on the student results, the analysis options of these software solutions have so far been very limited and have had a low informative value.

The LAMP base.camp project is intended to develop a software solution that provides advanced management and analysis options of these tests, which enable lecturers to gain specific insights into the learning progress of the students and to develop learning profiles based on that, which characterize those achievements. The solution aims to provide an option of compiling those tests and creating process mining based analyses that characterize the difficulty of individual questions and thus creating an expandable platform that significantly increases the teaching quality through data-driven statements that can be derived from those analyses.

Participants

Julien Scholz & Pascal Wiesenganger

Please get in Contact with:

basecamp@informatik.uni-hamburg.de

citysciencelab projekt

DIPAS

DIPAS a digital participation system

The city’s online participation tool is to be merged with the CityScope city model developed by the CityScienceLab and expanded into an integrated digital participation system (DIPAS) that can be used online and on site.

DIPAS is the first application without media discontinuity for informal citizen participation in planning projects.

In the cooperation project, the CSL is responsible for scientific support, knowledge processing and development of analysis scenarios.

Sponsors and project partners
BSW, LGV

Contact
Holger Prang, HCU

Link: Informationen von der BSW

Things@TUHHLab projcect

XYZ

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NoL Events

in regular irregularity the NoL organizes events

Quantum Computing

Lab Talk

Am 14.05.2020 findet der nächste base.camp Talk statt, diesmal zu dem Thema “Quantum Computing”

Häcks on the Beach "Wertflüsse"

Hackathon

Am 19.05. + 20./21.06.2020 findet der vom NoL organisierte Hackathon „Häcks on the Beach“ statt

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NoL

Network of Labs never heard of it ?!

Network of interdisciplinary Creative Labs

ahoi.digital

Network of Labs

Network of interdisciplinary creative labs as an interface between computer science, civil society, politics and economy

ahoi.digital

Network of Labs

Network of interdisciplinary creative labs as an interface between computer science, civil society, politics and economy

Network

Network of interdisciplinary creative labs as an interface between computer science, civil society, politics and economy

of

The labs combine their complementary profiles with the common claim to be a creative space and a platform for the transfer of knowledge, skills and experts,

Labs

to support open innovation processes with civil society and companies as partners and to provide application-oriented and lively places for quick experiments and agile prototyping for all facets of computer science

Network

Network of interdisciplinary creative labs as an interface between computer science, civil society, politics and economy

of

The labs combine their complementary profiles with the common claim to be a creative space and a platform for the transfer of knowledge, skills and experts,

Labs

to support open innovation processes with civil society and companies as partners and to provide application-oriented and lively places for quick experiments and agile prototyping for all facets of computer science

The Creative Labs are the garages for the universities and showcases to society. With the ahoi.digital Network of Labs we have a powerful idea-driven engine for innovation and experimentation between the Labs and the region.

Martin Kohler

Head of NoL

The Creative Labs are the garages for the universities and showcases to society. With the ahoi.digital Network of Labs we have a powerful idea-driven engine for innovation and experimentation between the Labs and the region.

Martin Kohler

Head of NoL

ahoi.digital

these are the Labs

each of the ahoi.digital universities has established a lab, which collaborate with each other within the NoL

ahoi.digital

these are the Labs

each of the ahoi.digital universities has established a lab, which collaborate with each other within the NoL

base.camp

The base.camp is a creative lab at the University of Hamburg and supports students in implementing projects and offers experimental space to try out lightweight ideas and frameworks. Scientists from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Hamburg provide expert assistance. Successful projects are accompanied up to the start-up phase and are also networked with industrial partners in very early phases.

Eugen Ruppert
opposing line
Björn Schmidt
opposing line

CSTI

The Creative Space for Technical Innovations Laboratory of HAW Hamburg is an interdisciplinary platform for applied research and knowledge transfer in the field of human-machine interaction and smart systems, based on computer science, in cooperation with, among others, mechatronics, design & art as well as social and cultural sciences.

Martin Kohler
Head of NoL
Susanne Draheim
Executive management CSTI

CityScienceLab

The CityScienceLab at HafenCity University Hamburg is working with partners from civil society, politics, business and science to research the transformation of cities in the context of digitization. It pursues a decidedly inter- and transdisciplinary perspective by linking technical issues with social and cultural developments.

Holger Prang
research associate

Things@TUHHLab

The Things@TUHHLab at the TU Hamburg is an interdisciplinary innovation laboratory for the application of technologies such as the Internet of Things, sensor networks and cyber-physical as well as embedded systems in areas such as intelligent infrastructure and intelligent city. Students have the opportunity to participate in practical or scientific research projects.

Humaira Abdul Salam
opposing line
Koojana Kuladinithi
opposing line

ahoi.digital

this is what happens in the Labs

A selection of projects from the Network of Labs

CSTI projekt

Shelldon

Five networked turtles (code name „Shelldon“) were developed within the framework of the eCulture Innovation Forum. The turtles served as vivid examples of 3D printing, human-computer interaction and smart objects. Depending on their position, the color changes and the well-being of the turtle is displayed. If a turtle lies on its back, the red panic mode is activated and the other turtles react empathically. Various calls for help are also sent to the network (such as telephone calls or Tweets…).

For the 3D printing, transparent filament and the STL template „Garden Turtle“ from pmoewa were used.

Pmoews: Garden Turtle
www.thingiverse.com/thing:421809

Follow Shelldon on Twitter:
@CSTI_Shelldon

A Project from Gerald Melles und Jessica Broscheit

base.camp projcect

LAMP

The constant improvements of quality management in university teaching have been a focus topic in recent years and its importance has increased accordingly which has also been the case for the department of informatics at the University of Hamburg. In this context, formative-adaptive tests based on the open source platform OpenOLAT were introduced in selected modules, which are intended to deepen and interactively review the individual preparation and follow-up of the lecture content. Despite the potential of data analysis and the adaptation of the lecture contents and exercises based on the student results, the analysis options of these software solutions have so far been very limited and have had a low informative value.

The LAMP base.camp project is intended to develop a software solution that provides advanced management and analysis options of these tests, which enable lecturers to gain specific insights into the learning progress of the students and to develop learning profiles based on that, which characterize those achievements. The solution aims to provide an option of compiling those tests and creating process mining based analyses that characterize the difficulty of individual questions and thus creating an expandable platform that significantly increases the teaching quality through data-driven statements that can be derived from those analyses.

Participants

Julien Scholz & Pascal Wiesenganger

Please get in Contact with:

basecamp@informatik.uni-hamburg.de

citysciencelab projekt

DIPAS

DIPAS a digital participation system

The city’s online participation tool is to be merged with the CityScope city model developed by the CityScienceLab and expanded into an integrated digital participation system (DIPAS) that can be used online and on site.

DIPAS is the first application without media discontinuity for informal citizen participation in planning projects.

In the cooperation project, the CSL is responsible for scientific support, knowledge processing and development of analysis scenarios.

Sponsors and project partners
BSW, LGV

Contact
Holger Prang, HCU

Link: Informationen von der BSW

Things@TUHHLab projcect

XYZ

ahoi.digital

NoL Events

in regular irregularity the NoL organizes events

Quantum Computing

Lab Talk

Am 14.05.2020 findet der nächste base.camp Talk statt, diesmal zu dem Thema “Quantum Computing”

Häcks on the Beach "Wertflüsse"

Hackathon

Am 19.05. + 20./21.06.2020 findet der vom NoL organisierte Hackathon „Häcks on the Beach“ statt

ahoi.digital

learn more ...

base.camp

The base.camp is a creative lab at the University of Hamburg and supports students in implementing projects and offers experimental space to try out lightweight ideas and frameworks. Scientists from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Hamburg provide expert assistance. Successful projects are accompanied up to the start-up phase and are also networked with industrial partners in very early phases.

Eugen Ruppert
opposing line
Björn Schmidt
opposing line

The Creative Space for Technical Innovations Laboratory of HAW Hamburg is an interdisciplinary platform for applied research and knowledge transfer in the field of human-machine interaction and smart systems, based on computer science, in cooperation with, among others, mechatronics, design & art as well as social and cultural sciences.

Martin Kohler
Head of NoL
Susanne Draheim
Executive management CSTI

CSTI

CityScienceLab

The CityScienceLab at HafenCity University Hamburg is working with partners from civil society, politics, business and science to research the transformation of cities in the context of digitization. It pursues a decidedly inter- and transdisciplinary perspective by linking technical issues with social and cultural developments.

Holger Prang
research associate

The Things@TUHHLab at the TU Hamburg is an interdisciplinary innovation laboratory for the application of technologies such as the Internet of Things, sensor networks and cyber-physical as well as embedded systems in areas such as intelligent infrastructure and intelligent city. Students have the opportunity to participate in practical or scientific research projects.

Koojana Kuladinithi
opposing line
Humaira Abdul Salam
opposing line

Things@TUHHLab

ahoi.digital

this is what happens in the Labs

A selection of projects from the Network of Labs

CSTI projekt

Shelldon

Five networked turtles (code name „Shelldon“) were developed within the framework of the eCulture Innovation Forum. The turtles served as vivid examples of 3D printing, human-computer interaction and smart objects. Depending on their position, the color changes and the well-being of the turtle is displayed. If a turtle lies on its back, the red panic mode is activated and the other turtles react empathically. Various calls for help are also sent to the network (such as telephone calls or Tweets…).

For the 3D printing, transparent filament and the STL template „Garden Turtle“ from pmoewa were used.

Pmoews: Garden Turtle
www.thingiverse.com/thing:421809

Follow Shelldon on Twitter:
@CSTI_Shelldon

A Project from Gerald Melles und Jessica Broscheit

base.camp projcect

LAMP

The constant improvements of quality management in university teaching have been a focus topic in recent years and its importance has increased accordingly which has also been the case for the department of informatics at the University of Hamburg. In this context, formative-adaptive tests based on the open source platform OpenOLAT were introduced in selected modules, which are intended to deepen and interactively review the individual preparation and follow-up of the lecture content. Despite the potential of data analysis and the adaptation of the lecture contents and exercises based on the student results, the analysis options of these software solutions have so far been very limited and have had a low informative value.

The LAMP base.camp project is intended to develop a software solution that provides advanced management and analysis options of these tests, which enable lecturers to gain specific insights into the learning progress of the students and to develop learning profiles based on that, which characterize those achievements. The solution aims to provide an option of compiling those tests and creating process mining based analyses that characterize the difficulty of individual questions and thus creating an expandable platform that significantly increases the teaching quality through data-driven statements that can be derived from those analyses.

Participants

Julien Scholz & Pascal Wiesenganger

Please get in Contact with:

basecamp@informatik.uni-hamburg.de

citysciencelab projekt

DIPAS

DIPAS a digital participation system

The city’s online participation tool is to be merged with the CityScope city model developed by the CityScienceLab and expanded into an integrated digital participation system (DIPAS) that can be used online and on site.

DIPAS is the first application without media discontinuity for informal citizen participation in planning projects.

In the cooperation project, the CSL is responsible for scientific support, knowledge processing and development of analysis scenarios.

Sponsors and project partners
BSW, LGV

Contact
Holger Prang, HCU

Link: Informationen von der BSW

Things@TUHHLab projcect

XYZ

ahoi.digital

NoL Events

in regular irregularity the NoL organizes events

Quantum Computing

Lab Talk

Am 14.05.2020 findet der nächste base.camp Talk statt, diesmal zu dem Thema “Quantum Computing”

Häcks on the Beach "Wertflüsse"

Hackathon

Am 19.05. + 20./21.06.2020 findet der vom NoL organisierte Hackathon „Häcks on the Beach“ statt

ahoi.digital

learn more ...