Dr. Daniel Klug

Bio

I’m a faculty member at the Institute for Software Research at Carnegie Mellon University.

My research interest are mainly qualitative approaches in the following areas:

  • communication, networking, and organizational aspects to sustain and maintain open-source software communities;
  • human-computer interaction and practices of producing and engaging with audiovisual media artifacts;
  • computer-supported collaboration and video annotation tools.

My academic background is in media studies (PhD, 2012) and sociology (MA, 2008).

Before coming to Carnegie Mellon University, I was a faculty member at the Seminar for Media Studies at the University of Basel, Switzerland, where I have researched and taught on popular culture, esp. reality TV.

For more details, see my CV.


Affiliations

At CMU, I work with people in the STRUDEL Lab (Institute for Software Research)
and the CoEx Lab (Human-Computer Interaction Institute).


Publications

I publish in English and German. Most recent publications include:


Talks

I give talks in English and German. Some selected talks:

Here is a full list of past talks.


Research Projects

While working at the University of Basel, I co-developed TRAVIS GO, an app for simple and collaborative video annotation.

For past research projects, please see the Swiss National Science Foundation research database or ORCID.

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Daniel Klug
Wean Hall 3128
Institute for Software Research
School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3891
dklug@cs.cmu.edu