Dr. Andreas Unteidig is a research assistant at the Chair of Design Research at the UdK Berlin. His research focuses on the transformation of social action horizon from the perspective of digitalization processes, with a special focus on public-welfare-oriented technology development. He is co-founder of the research center Civic Infrastructures and subproject leader of the EU joint project MAZI (CAPS/ H2020), which investigates the participative design of site-specific network technologies; his is also author of numerous publications and exhibition contributions at international conferences and journals.
Andreas Unteidig studied design at the International School of Design Cologne and at the Parsons School of Design in New York (USA). In May 2018 he received his Ph.D. at the UdK Berlin. Since 2013 he has taught design research and theory at universities in Germany and abroad; as of October 2018 he holds the professorship for design sciences at the Braunschweig University of Art.
Research Group “Design, Diversität and New Commons”