Marcuse S.L. Hafner
Dr. phil. Mag. art. Marcuse Hafner is a media-artist and researcher working in the field of Cultural Studies/ Critical Theory and Analysis. He received his PhD. in 2011 from the University of Applied Arts, Vienna. Within the frame of his PhD. project he conducted research in India, Europe and Africa analyzing globalized societies by looking at the representation of its symbols. He also holds a Master’s degree in Digital Communication and Media, University of Applied Arts, Vienna. As an artivist and curator he is involved in international projects operating at the interface between art, science and activism investigating the interplay of global and local within processes of power stabilization and representation.
Animal Behavior Anthropology Artificial Intelligence Bioengineering Brain-Computer Interface Coupled Natural & Human Systems Cryptography Data Mining & Machine Learning Distributed & Parallel Computing Entomology Environmental Contamination & Remediation Environmental Impacts Ethical Issues Evolutionary Studies Microbiology Multimedia Mycology Neuroscience Parasitology Pathology Pharmacology Programming Languages Psychiatry & Psychology Radiology & Medical Imaging Real-Time & Embedded Systems Social Computing Synthetic Biology Virology Visual Analytics World Wide Web & Web Science Zoology