ID+Lab in cooperation with
Jan Fuhse and Rob Bogucki
Interdisciplinary collaborations can be observed as dynamic networks of such heterogeneous actors as persons, organizations, topics, sources, methods, events, tasks, tools, times, monies and places. Semantic Web, graph databases and visualization tools today enable a novel creation, analysis and visualization of complex networks. How can the new digital technologies be used to research collaborative networks? How can they become explicit design tools and form their own collaborative space? Of particular interest is the specific relationship of physicality and virtuality of these model spaces.