Michael started his PhD at the Center for Computer Games Research in September 2016. His current research focusses on the analysis and synthesis of existing game ontologies into a clearer terminology for the study of games. He holds an MSc in Video Game Analysis from ITU Copenhagen and a BA in Media Studies from the University of Siegen, Germany.
Areas of competence
(game) ontology, game space and time, video game navigation
Current Research Interest
Formal study of games, game rules, meta-ontological perspectives on game studies, intermaterial comparisons of games, metagames, drinking games
Email: msde itu.dk