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Creating Machine Learning Models with Create ML at Swift Heroes Digital 2021

Conference Workshop on Machine Learning at Swift Heroes Digital 2021

This year, I hosted a workshop about machine learning together with Giovanni and Tiago  at the Swift Heroes Digital 2021 developer conference in April 2021. It was called “Creating Machine Learning Models with Create ML”. To accommodate the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference was held in a virtual format. So we joined the event in Milan from Düsseldorf and Napoli to facilitate the workshop and q&a session. Leveraging the unparalleled computing power of latest generation Apple devices, Machine Learning is at the core of […]

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9th International Conference on Information and Education Technology ICIET 2021 Proceedings

Paper on Designing Narratively Driven Learning Activities for Blended Learning Experiences

In March 2021, I attended the 9th International Conference on Information and Education Technology ICIET 2021 hosted by Okayama University in Okayama, Japan. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference was held in a blended format. I presented a research paper called “Designing Narratively Driven Learning Activities for Blended Learning Experiences” via ZOOM. Abstract: University of Naples Federico II (Italy) conducts a formative software development training program for the Apple technology ecosystem using the Challenge Based Learning (CBL) methodology. To overcome […]

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19th European Conference on e-Learning ECEL 2020 Proceedings

Paper on Narratively Driven Educational Experiences in Remote Learning Scenarios

In October 2020, I attended the 19th European Conference on e-Learning ECEL 2020 hosted by the University of Applied Sciences HTW Berlin, Germany. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference was held in a remote format. I presented a research paper called “Emergent Narratives in Project Based Software Development Education” via ZOOM. Abstract: The nine months formative education program focussing on software development for the Apple technology ecosystem offered at University of Naples Federico II (Italy) utilises the Challenge Based […]

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13th International Conference on Game Based Learning ECGBL 2020 Proceedings

Paper on Emergent Narratives in Project Based Software Development Education

In September 2020, I attended the 13th International Conference on Game Based Learning ECGBL 2020 hosted by the University of Brighton, UK. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference was held in a remote format. I presented a research paper called “Emergent Narratives in Project Based Software Development Education” via ZOOM. Abstract: The nine months formative education program focussing on software development for the Apple technology ecosystem offered at University of Naples Federico II (Italy) utilises the Challenge Based Learning […]

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ECIE20 conference proceedings

Paper on Application of Narrative Theory in Project Based Education

In September 2020, I attended the 15th European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship ECIE 2020 hosted by Università degli Studi Internazionali di Roma (UNINT) in Rome, Italy. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference was held in a remote format. I presented a research paper called “Application of Narrative Theory in Project Based Software Development Education” via ZOOM. Abstract: University of Naples Federico II (Italy) utilises the Challenge Based Learning (CBL) methodology in its nine months formative education program focussing […]

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ACERE 2017 Program

Impressions from ACERE conference 2017 in Melbourne

In February 2017 I attended the ACERE conference 2017 in Melbourne as a speaker to present a case study on the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Sydney and the regional entrepreneurship policy. The paper was created in 2016 during my time at UNSW Business School in Sydney. “ACERE stands for Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research Exchange, an annual conference in its 11th year. Initiated by Professor Murray Gillin AM and inspired by the Babson College Entrepreneurship Conference (BCEC) in the United States, […]

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Joining ACERE Conference 2017 to present research findings

In February 2017 I will be at ACERE Conference (Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research Exchange) in Melbourne, Australia, to present research findings as a speaker. The conference will be held at NAB’s The Village and is hosted by QUT (Australian Centre for Entrepreneuship Research at Queensland University of Technology) and RMIT University. I worked on a case study of Sydney’s entrepreneurship policy and strategy towards the regional entrepreneurial ecosystem, outlined in the City of Sydney’s Tech Startup Action Plan, a comprehensive […]

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Mentor at Lean Artist – The World’s First Seed Accelerator for Artists

During A/D/A Hamburg I joined new media artist Jeremy Bailey as a mentor for his 3 day Lean Artist seed accelerator workshop. It basically was a boot camp based on design thinking and lean startup principles to create culturally disruptive startups. On the first day I joined the selected group of 10 international artists with a cynical review of the worldwide startup economy to promote a more creative approach to generating relevant startup ideas. Jeremy kicked the event off with an accelerated […]

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Lean Artist – The World’s First Seed Accelerator For Artists

Check out Lean Artist – The World’s First Seed Accelerator For Artists. The Seed Accelerator will invest 3000€ in 10 artists to create culturally disruptive startups. The Accelerator is lead by Toronto based New Media Artist Jeremy Bailey, whose work is on exhibition Tate Liverpool, Transmediale Berlin, and Balice Hertling in Paris among others. The first cohort will start August 26-28 2016 as is part of the A/D/A Hamburg 2016, a conference about future utopias for today’s urban citizen. I was asked to join […]

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Impressions from WWDC14

Here are some impressions from Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference 2014 (WWDC) at Moscone Center in San Francisco. The motto of the conference was “Write the code, change the world” which fitted perfectly the introduction of Swift, a new programming language developed by Apple to replace Objective-C for developing application in the Apple ecosystem.

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