Data mining and creative research

I primarily teach in the Media Technology Program at Leiden University. The Media Technology MSc programme is a place where students are encouraged to formulate their own scientific questions, and to translate personal inspirations and curiosities into their own research projects. To answer these questions, students create actual products, because by doing and creating, new scientific insights into the underlying question are encountered.

I teach the New Media New Technology class, coach semester project teams and supervise MSc and Phd thesis research projects. Occasionally I also give ad hoc or guest lectures or workshops on data mining or creative research, for example on Artificial Creatures. I also supervise thesis research projects, mostly at the MSc and some BSc and PhD project.

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