Samira Khodaei

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Samira Khodaei has been a research assistant at the IMA since December 2019. Ms Khodaei successfully completed her Master's degree in Interdisciplinary Media Studies at the University of Bielefeld in late 2017 with the additional qualification in european studies. In her master thesis, Ms Khodaei researched possible applications of serious games for science communication at the CITEC Excellence Initiative and developed a game prototype. Parallel to her studies, Ms Khodaei completed numerous of internships in the marketing department of science organisations (Fraunhofer, CHE, iTIME) and produced a number of audio-visual media formats, including 360° films, during her "Theatre and Media" bachelor at the University of Bayreuth. After her studies, Ms Khodaei worked in the IT industry, most recently as a business developer in the Munich Virtual Reality Start-up vr-on. Her research focus at the Cybernetics Lab is mixed reality in terms of science communication. She works at the interface between prototype conception and development.

Recent Publications

Eck, Christopher; Otte, Thomas; Khodaei Dolouei, Samira; Müller-Abdelrazeq, Sarah; Hees, Frank
Proceedings of the XXXIII ISPIM Innovation Conference "Innovating in a Digital World"
Khodaei Dolouei, Samira; Daling, Lea Marleen; Abdelrazeq, Anas; Isenhardt, Ingrid
ECER plus - Education in a Changing World: The impact of global realities on the prospects and experiences of educational research, tba, Online Conference, Yerevan, pp. tba
Khodaei Dolouei, Samira; Bechthold, Marion; Abdelrazeq, Anas; Hildebrandt, Jutta; Smol, Marzena; Melo, Gustavo; Pirard, Eric; Isenhardt, Ingrid
ICERI2022 Proceedings, Seville
Khodaei Dolouei, Samira; Daling, Lea Marleen; Abdelrazeq, Anas; Isenhardt, Ingrid
SEFI 2021 - Proceedings, Taylor & Francis Group, P.O. Box 25, Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX14 3UE (UK), Online Conference
Daling, Lea Marleen; Khodaei Dolouei, Samira; Thurner, Stefan; Abdelrazeq, Anas; Isenhardt, Ingrid
International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Springer, Cham., pp. pp. 225-232