PhD
Dietmar Offenhuber

Dietmar is a PhD candidate in the City Design and Development Group and a research fellow in the Senseable City Lab. His research interests include new organizational and participatory models for urban infrastructure, technologies for Social Accountability initiatives, as well as visualization and visual languages.

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Dissertation: Participatory Urban Infrastructure: Design Factors and Limitations of Accountability Technologies
expected 2013
Committee: Carlo Ratti, Lawrence J. Vale, Eran Ben-Joseph, Brent D. Ryan
Research Interests
Participatory Technologies for Urban Infrastructure; Visualization and Urban Interaction Design; Participatory Design, Prototyping Technologies
Courses Prepared to Teach
Emerging topics in urban infrastructure; Design and prototyping of urban technologies; Visualization and network analysis
Recent Publications
2013
Offenhuber, Dietmar, Malima I. Wolf, and Carlo Ratti. 2013. “Trash Track – Active Location Sensing for Evaluating E-waste Transportation.” Waste Management & Research.
2012
Offenhuber, Dietmar, and Katja Schechtner, eds. 2012. Inscribing a Square: Urban Data as Public Space. 2012th ed. Vienna, New York: Springer.
2012
Offenhuber, Dietmar, and Katja Schechtner, eds. 2012. Inscribing a Square: Urban Data as Public Space. 2012th ed. Vienna, New York: Springer.
2012
Offenhuber, Dietmar, and Carlo Ratti. 2012. “Reading the City — Reconsidering Kevin Lynch’s Notion of Legibility in the Digital Age.” In The Digital Turn - Design in the Era of Interactive Technologies, ed. Zane Berzina, Barbara Junge, Wim Westerveld, and Carola Zwick. Zürich: Park Books.