This is the personal webpage of Kristian Gohlke.

I am a lecturer and PhD candidate at the Bauhaus-University in Weimar, Germany.

My teaching and research activities are focused on understanding and designing the interactions between humans and technology.

As part of my university work I am also a co-organizer of the bauhaus.interaction colloquium, an ongoing series of talks by internationally renowned speakers that address issues between technology and arts+design and the humanities.

In the past I worked as a multidisciplinary freelance consultant, developer and designer for various clients, including small companies as well as transnational european projects.

Whenever I dont work/teach/eat/sleep I usually present stuff at conferences, attend hackathons around the globe or work on scientific projects.

I also like to go canoeing.

See the works section or my publications to get an overview of my professional activities.

harsh landscapes are beautiful