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Halina Gottlieb

Interactive Institute Swedish ICT
PhD, Founding Director of NODEM
Sweden

Dr. Halina Gottlieb is the founding Director of NODEM (Nordic Digital Excellence in Museums), co-founder of the DIHA (Digital Intangible Heritage in Asia) interdisciplinary research cluster and the director of the Digital Heritage Center, a spin-off from the Interactive Institute/Vision for Museums.

As an art historian, digital curator and knowledge transfer facilitator, Dr. Gottlieb has concentrated her efforts on promoting an exchange of knowledge, practices and skills across fields of research related to digital heritage issues, as well as cross relevant sectors, including academia, ICT and creative industries.

In the past, Halina Gottlieb has been a member in the Executive Committee of EPOCH (European Network of Excellence in Cultural Heritage), as well as the Swedish representative for the EPOCH Network of Expertise Centres (2004–2008). Dr. Gottlieb also organized and taught an academic course on Exhibitions and New Media at the University College of Film, Radio, Television, and Theatre in Stockholm, and in 2007 she developed the model for an incubator that focused on transferring research results to SMEs from creative industries.

Conducting research in digital heritage, an emerging interdisciplinary area of study that connects digital technologies, museums studies, interaction design and participatory design, she has earned the first Scandinavian PhD title in this innovative field with a dissertation entitled “DESIGNING ENGAGEMENT FOR ART – Exploring Interfaces and Interpretive Content of Digital Heritage Artifacts in Museum Environments”.

At present, Dr. Halina Gottlieb is coordinating the Knowledge Triangle network at Nordic Council of Ministers (2011-2014) among other innovative projects.

My Speakers Sessions

Monday, December 2
 

9:00am PST