One area is development of the Problem Based Learning concept especially within interdisciplinary engineering and science educations, and staff development within the same area.
Another area is technological and organizational changes and working environmental issues with special focus on management of changes, employee development and participation.
Part of the research has been to develop a useful theory which could support learners understanding of own learning process both in universities as in companies..
Teaching subjects within organization and management development in the engineering curriculum., and also pedagogical issues for the university teaching staff. Furthermore developing learning activities and teaching in companies.
Gaming as a powerful teaching and learning tool has been a major interest for Lise Busk Kofoed the last 15 years where she together with colleagues has developed the concepts; Experimentarium as a room for learning where different games are used according to the aim of the experimentarium
Stefania Serafin is Professor (with special responsibilities) in Medialogy where she teaches audio design, auditory perception, interactive acoustics and supervises Bachelor, Master and Ph.D. students.
Previously to joining Medialogy, she got a Ph.D. in Computer Based Music theory and acoustics from CCRMA, Stanford University, and a Master in Acoustics and Signal processing applied to Music from IRCAM in Paris.
She has been visiting researcher at Cambridge University and KTH is Stockholm, and visiting professor at the University of Virginia.
She has published about 100 papers on sound synthesis by physical models and new interfaces for musical expression, and she is Medialogy responsible for the EU COST action on sonic interaction design and the EU network Sound Forum Øresund.
Sound synthesis by physical models, sonic interaction design, Medialogy
Who: Professor Ljiljana Stevovic-Brankovic, The University of Newcastle, Australia Title: “Flipped Classroom, Dynamic Worked Examples and Gamification of Computer Science Courses” When: Thursday, 28th April, 12:30-13:30 Where: Acm15 C1/2.1.009 (25 pers) Abstract: Flipped classroom is a …
Eva Triantafyllou will defend her PhD on Thursday DEC 10 2015 13.00-16.00 in the Auditorium here at ACM 15. The PhD thesis is entitled: “ICT-based teaching methods for improving mathematics learning for Media Technology students: …