Ongoing third-party funded projects

ZeMKI's research profile is based on various research projects related to different thematic fields, organised in the ZeMKI Labs. Research has predominantly been funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), the German Research Foundation (DFG), the European Union and several foundations.

Pioneer Communities: The Quantified Self and Maker Movement as Collective Actors of Deep Mediatization (2018-2021)

Minorities and the media: The construction of religious identity in times of deep mediatizsation (2018-2021)

"Tinder the city": Software-based scenarios against the crisis of publics in cities and surrounding areas (2017-2019)

The public understanding of big data in political campaigns. Data-based reproductions, regulatory intentions, and representative claims in election campaigns in Germany, United Kingdom, and the U.S.A. (2017-2018)

Scientific Network: Communication Memory Studies: Principles, fields, and perspectives (2017-2020)

Transnational Communication History of the League of Nations in the Inter-War Period (1920-1938). The institutional, professional and public spheres of journalism in the League of Nations in international comparison (2017-2020)

Pioneer Communities: The Quantified Self and Maker Movement as Collective Actors of Deep Mediatization (2018-2021)

Mobile Age – Developing online services jointly for and with the elderly (2016-2019)

CARO (Care Reflection Online) (2016-2019)

Digitale Medien inklusive! (2016-2018)

Film aesthetics and childhood (2015-2018)

Media Generations: The communicative construction of communities in mediatized worlds (2014-2018)

Einfluss von Information und Kommunikation zur Erhöhung der Sicherheit im öffentlichen Personenverkehr (2016-2019)

Schnittstellen gestalten – das Zukunftsprojekt für die Lehrerbildung an der Universität Bremen (2016-2019)

Video Game Development in Asia. Cultural Heritage and National Identity: The Philippines

The role of ‘pioneer communities’ in transforming journalism

Rethinking Metropolitan journalism: The "Urban Storytelling Lab"