Lecturer(s): Mindaugas Gapševičius
Credits: 6 ECTS, 4 SWS
Date: Thursdays 13:30-16:45
Venue: Online-seminar and/or DIY Biolab at the Marienstraße 7b (Room 202)
First meeting: 01.01.2010
Have you ever tried to navigate an organism that is visible only under a microscope? The course is designed to experience the work with tiny flagellates and nematodes. While trying to move the organisms the way we want, we will perhaps get an idea for an interactive game, which could be played between two completely different organisms.
Among the organisms to choose are a flagellate euglena gracilis and a nematode caenorhabditis elegans. Students will be provided with organisms and tools to develop their ideas. Students with specific needs will be directed to available methods and resources.
In the first half of the semester, students will be expected to take care of the organism, research related art projects, and scientific papers, cook medium, and report results weekly. The second half of the semester is reserved for the realization of the individual idea. Along with the work in our home offices, if needed, we will use our DIY biolab. For documenting our projects we will use the GMUGestaltung medialer Umgebungen WikiHaiwaiian for ''fast'' (not an acronym). It is the name for a hypertext system for websites where the user may not only read the content but is also able to change it instantaneously through the browser..
No special skills are required to participate in the course. Participation at the Big Blue Button Online-Seminar, and, if needed, the DIY biolab.
Please send your application by email with the Subject Flagelates, Nematodes, and I to: xyz (at) uni-weimar.de
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Active participation, presentation, artistic examination, documentation, edits in the wiki.
Graduates enrolled in the Faculties of Media, Gestaltung and in the MediaArchitecture program