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Portrait of Andrea Geipel

Andrea Geipel

Head of the VRlab Deutsches Museum Germany Cultural Heritage

M.Sc. is head of the VRlab at the Deutsches Museum and coordinates a research project on how to integrate digital storytelling with AR & VR in exhibitions. She studied human movement science with a major in neuropsychology and motor control and graduated in 2014. She is doing her doctorate on how YouTube’s platform politics influence science communication at the Munich Center for Technology in Society at the Technical University of Munich.

Andrea Geipel is a lecturer at the House of Competence of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in the areas of project management and networks and at the Graduate School of the Technical University of Munich for Science Communication in Social Media.

Together with Abhay Adhikari she founded the “Meaning Making Programme” at the Deutsches Museum and together with Anke von Heyl and Johannes Sauter she created the “DigaAMus-Award” for digital museum offers in 2020.

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