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Salve Regina University, Newport, RI Evaluation of Ph.D. Program in the ...
  • Salve Regina University, Newport, RI
    Evaluation of Ph.D. Program in the Humanities in view of technological change

  • City of Remscheid, Germany:
    Post-industrial options for a former industrial region

  • Audi, GmbH, Ingolstadt, Germany:
    Anticipatory mechanisms for the automobile

  • Bremen University:
    Multimedia and computer science education

  • Daimler-Chrysler AG, Research Center, Berlin:
    Mobility in the context of an information society. Cooperative work in the age of networking.

  • Sony, Austria:
    Interactive DVD tool development

  • SUN, Inc.:
    Applications of anticipatory mechanisms to JAVA development

  • Danish National Science Foundation:
    University program (Computer Science) evaluation

  • PKA:
    Karnasch Engineering Group, Essen, Germany: Branding

  • WDR (West German Television):
    Virtual sets

  • Rektorenkonferenz NRW (Board of University Presidents, North-Rhine Westphalia, Germany):
    Multimedia applications in university curricula

  • Industrie und Handelskammer (Chamber of Commerce), Wuppertal, Germany:
    Multimedia and Internet for local business

  • Westmark, GmbH:
    Product development and marketing

  • City of Solingen, Germany:
    Concepts for Internet presence and applications

  • City of Wuppertal, Germany:
    Concepts for Internet presence and applications

  • Hotel Reservation Service:
    Visual and navigational aspects for an on-line international hotel reservation system
    (with @computational design, GmbH)

  • Fairleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey:
    Program in Electronic Filmmaking and Digital Video Design

  • New Jersey Department of Higher Education:
    Computers in Curricula Grant Program. Evaluation for expansion of computer design curriculum

  • American Showcase/New Media Showcase:
    The future of digital technology in art and design

  • Hadassah College, Jerusalem:
    Development of program in visual communication (graphic design, computer-aided design and printing, computer-aided visual communication, electronic photography)

  • Belser Wissenschaftlicher Dienst /Belser Knowledge Services (the electronic publishing branch of Belser Publishers, Stuttgart/Zurich):
    New applications of existing computer laboratory installed at the Vatican; development of video laser discs and CD-ROM, software development

  • Patrick Media Group, Scranton, PA:
    Visual communication and new communication technologies

  • Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago:
    Framework (educational, instructional, research, etc.) for a Ph.D. program in computer-aided design

  • Seton Hall University, South Orange NJ:
    Computer graphics and desktop publishing program (educational, instructional, and technical advice)

  • Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (with Malcolm Grear Designers):
    Visual communication for system-wide signage and information graphics project

  • University of Wuppertal, Germany:
    Use of computers in a design education program

  • Ohio State University:
    Proposal for the Advanced Computing Center for Art and Design (ACCAD)

  • University of Oregon (Eugene), School of Architecture and Allied Arts:
    Computer-aided design and education

  • Apple Computer, Inc.:
    From Lisa’s User Interface to Apple Corporate Language

  • Rhode Island Hospital Trust:
    System Guidelines for Hospital Trust Corporation and its subsidiaries

  • Rhode Island School of Design:
    Enhanced Creativity: Design with Computers, Design for Computers, Computers for Design

  • M.A.N. (high technology conglomerate), Nuremberg, Germany

  • R.W.E. (energy and high technology conglomerate), Germany:
    Communicating energy consciousness

  • Siemens, Germany:
    Ergonomic product development

  • KRUPS (household technology), Germany:
    Ergonomic product development

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