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Master of Arts, Digital Humanities

Marius Maile
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Bachelor of Arts in History of Natural Sciences and Technology (major) and economics (minor), University of Stuttgart

2021 - 2024

Research associate in the Digital History Department at the University of Bielefeld: Lecturer and collaborator in the BMBF project eTaRDiS - Exploration of Temporal and Spatial Data in Immersive Scenarios

2019 - 2020

Student Assistant at the Institute for Parallel and Distributed Systems, University of Stuttgart

Student Assistant in the Project for the Digitization of Hahnemann's Manuscripts at the Institute for the History of Medicine, Robert Bosch Stiftung

2019 - 2020

Master of Arts in Digital Humanities, University of Stuttgart


Doctoral Researcher at the Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology, University of Bielefeld

Doctoral thesis: "Artifact Research - Digital Humanities and Virtual Heritage in the synergy effect of the three-dimensional reconstruction of multi-layered artifacts"; First supervisor: Prof. Dr. Silke Schwandt (Digital History, University of Bielefeld); Second supervisor: J. Prof. Dr. Sander Münster (Digital Humanities, Friedrich-Schiller-University, Jena)

Since 2021

Since 2024

Project Manager digital at b.ReX - Manufactory for digital Reality, Stuttgart

Student Assistant at the Section for the History of Science & Technology, University of Stuttgart

2017 - 2020

2017 - 2019

Student Assistant at the Bosch Archive


Methodology seminar "3D modeling for beginners", University of Bielefeld

Methodology seminar "Simulated Digitized or Animated Reconstruction Model? - Digital 3D-Objects in history", University of Bielefeld

Winter semester 2022/2023

Summer semester 2023

Methodology seminar "History Three-Dimensional: Creating and Interrogating 3D Models", University of Bielefeld

Winter semester 2021/2022

Methodology seminar "Making it real? Exploring History Virtually," University of Bielefeld


Virtual Reality based Access to Knowledge graphs for History Research,


Let’s 3D – Ein digitaler Blick in die Black Box,



Vergleichen als Forschungspraxis in der Virtual Reality, in: Praktiken der Geschichtsschreibung

Vergleichende Perspektiven auf Forschungs- und Vermittlungsprozesse,


Who Did What When? Discovering Complex Historical Interrelations in Immersive Virtual Reality, 

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