2015 Prix Jury: [THE NEXT IDEA] voestalpine Art and Technology Grant

Yamina Aouina(DE) For more than 10 years Yamina Aouina has been involved with innovation and luxury; first as an advisor for big Swiss watch making companies, then Innovation Director at Cartier and now Head of Technology Intelligence at Richemont the Luxury Group. Through the different missions her experience had one common focus: aligning tradition, history […]

2014 Prix Jury: [THE NEXT IDEA] voestalpine Art and Technology Grant

Horst Hörtner (AT) Horst Hörtner is a media artist and researcher. He is expert in design of Human Computer Interaction and holds several patents in this field. Hörtner is founding member of the Ars Electronica Futurelab in 1996 and since then directing this atelier/laboratory. He started to work in the field of media art in […]

2013 Prix Jury: [the next idea]

Horst Hörtner (AT) Horst Hörtner is a media artist and researcher. He is expert in design of Human Computer Interaction and holds several patents in this field. Hörtner is founding member of the Ars Electronica Futurelab in 1996 and since then directing this atelier/laboratory. He started to work in the field of media art in […]

2012 Prix Jury: [the next idea]

Michael Doser (AT) Senior research physicist, Physics Department CERN 1978-1983: ETHZ, Zürich (CH) – Diploma in Physics 1983-1988: Univ. Zürich (CH) – PhD in Particle Physics 1988-1991: Research Assistant at KEK, Japan 1991-1993: Research Fellow at CERN 1993-present: Staff position as Research Physicist at CERN 1997-1998: Sabbatical at SLAC, Stanford University, California 2006-2008: Deputy Department […]

2004 Prix Jury: [the next idea]

Wilhelm Burger (AT) Wilhelm Burger is the director of Media Technology and Design at Hagenberg Polytechnic University. He studied computer science at the Johannes Kepler University in Linz, the University of Utah and the University of California at Riverside. Before his appointment, he worked as a developer of visualization software for ultrasound equipment, a researcher […]

2005 Prix Jury: [the next idea]

Wilhelm Burger (AT) Wilhelm Burger is the director of Media Technology and Design at Hagenberg Polytechnic University. He studied computer science at the Johannes Kepler University in Linz, the University of Utah and the University of California at Riverside. Before his appointment, he worked as a developer of visualization software for ultrasound equipment, and as […]

2006 Prix Jury: [the next idea]

Wilhelm Burger (AT) Wilhelm Burger is the director of Media Technology and Design at Hagenberg Polytechnic University. He studied computer science at the Johannes Kepler University in Linz, the University of Utah and the University of California at Riverside. Before his appointment as director, he worked as a developer of visualization software for ultrasound equipment, […]

2007 Prix Jury: [the next idea]

Tina Auer (AT) Tina Auer has worked as a freelance artist since 1994. Until 1996 she was active as a member of the Contained collective and Time’s Up. Her fields of interest range from the functions and behavior of people in artificially established interactive situations taken from everyday life to the general and specific use […]

2009 Prix Jury: [the next idea]

Bernd Wiemann (DE) Bernd Wiemann is managing director of Vodafone Group R&D Germany in Munich. He is a graduate in measurement and control technology from the University of Applied Science and holds a PhD in computer science. He was involved in founding and growing several businesses before becoming, in 1992, the founding managing director of […]

2011 Prix Jury: [THE NEXT IDEA]

Horst Hörtner (AT) is a media artist and researcher. He is expert in design of Human Computer Interaction and holds several patents in this field. Hörtner is founding member of the Ars Electronica Futurelab in 1996 and since then directing this atelier/laboratory. He started to work in the field of media art in the 1980ies […]