J.Prof. Dr. Sander Muenster

Sander Münster, Juniorprof. Dr.

Sander Münster studied economics, history and educational science at the TU Dresden until 2009 and did his doctorate in 2014 in the field of educational technology under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Thomas Köhler and Prof. Dr. Stephan Hoppe on "Interdisciplinary cooperation in the creation of historical 3D reconstructions". 2021 he submitted his habilitation thesis in media computing at the University of Regensburg. This thesis on "Digital 3D technologies for humanities research and education" was supervised by Prof. Dr. Christian Wolff, Prof. Dr. Hans Gruber and Prof. Dr. Malte Rehbein. 

Main research areas:

  • Digital 3D Reconstructions, esp. work processes, standards, presentation and discourse integration
  • 3D digitization of cultural heritage, especially automation and user-generated content
  • Information systems for 3D models
  • Science Analysis and Informetrics
  • Methodological changes through image- and object-related digital humanities in art and architectural history research
  • Visual research processes and visual perception