Mark-Jan Bludau is a research associate at the UCLAB. His main field of interest lies in information visualization with particular focus on cultural heritage data, interaction techniques and transitioning between multiple abstraction states.
He obtained a Bachelor’s degree in communication’s design at the University of Applied Sciences Aachen (2015) as well as a Master’s degree in Interface Design at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam (2017). Currently, his research is focussed on the development of novel interaction techniques for explorative interfaces, and bridging and transitioning between multiple abstraction states. Following this research interest, he recently started a PhD at the University of Rostock.
In the Collisions project, he is part of the InfoVis team and is involved in the development of the visualization prototypes and furthermore supports the visualization research.