Prof. Dr. Marian Dörk
Marian Dörk is a research professor for Information Visualization & Management at the Department of Design and Institute for Urban Futures of the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam. His current research activities focus on data visualization with a particular sensitivity towards social, cultural and technological transformations. He co-directs the UCLAB, a transdisciplinary research space at the intersection between computing, design, and the humanities.
Recent publications and projects
- Categorizing Queer Identities: An Analysis of Archival Practices Using the Concept of Boundary Objects by Pauline Junginger and Marian Dörk. Journal of Feminist Scholarship, 19 (Fall), pages 66-79, Dec 2021.
- Topography of Violence: Considerations for Ethical and Collaborative Visualization Design by Fabian Ehmel, Viktoria Brüggemann and Marian Dörk. Computer Graphics Forum (Proc. EuroVis). 40(3):13-24, June 2021.
- The Public Life of Data: Investigating Reactions to Visualizations on Reddit by Tobias Kauer, Arran Ridley, Marian Dörk and Benjamin Bach. CHI 2021: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM, May 2021.
- further publications: www.mariandoerk.de
Data Visualization, Digital Humanities, Digital Cultural Heritage, Urban Futures