Scientific Personal

Univ.-Prof. DI Dr. techn. Fares Kayali

Fares Kayali is Professor for Digital Education and Learning at the Centre for Teacher Education at the University of Vienna. His research interests are situated in informatics, didactics, arts and HCI with a broad spectrum covering digital learning, teacher education, health care technology, game design and gamification, as well as music computing and interactive art. 

Dr. Barbara Göbl

Barbara Göbl is a Computer Scientist (postdoc) with a focus on applied, interdisciplinary research. She works in the field of serious games and technology-enhanced learning.

Mag. Dr. Elisabeth Günther

Elisabeth Anna Günther is a social scientist (postdoc). Her research addresses gender, diversity, and intersectionality in and through education, educational organisation and digitalisation.  

Project Staff

Mag. Dr. David Haselberger

David Haselberger is a project assistant (postdoc) in the "Teaching Digital Thinking" project. He also teaches computer sciences (highschool and at the University of Vienna).

Mag.a Vera Schwarz

Vera Schwarz is a political scientist, adult educator and PhD student with a preference for qualitative research methods who is involved in the project "Teaching Digital Thinking".

Celina Beck, BA

Celina Beck is a political scientist and is involved in the project "Resistiré".

Dipl.-Ing. Dr. techn. Oliver Hödl

Oliver Hödl (PhD, Vienna University of Technology) studies new ways of STEM education in schools and university teaching using music instruments. He is also affiliated with the research group Cooperative Systems at the University of Vienna and works as a multi-disciplinary postdoctoral researcher with an interest in Human-Computer Interaction, design and music computing. 

DI Matthias Steinböck

Matthias Steinböck is a software engineer, games researcher and a project assistant in the "Teaching Digital Thinking” project.

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