Mathias Mitteregger works to understand how new technologies change cities. The spectrum of his work ranges from web mapping tools, delivery services and machine learning to regionalism, mythology, superstition and prosthetics and even deals with the fundamental status of technology in public spaces. In the past years, he has focused on automated and connected vehicles and mobility in cities of the future. Mitteregger studied architecture at the TU Graz, the TU Berlin and the TU Wien. He was also a visiting researcher at the University of Pennsylvania, MIT and UCLA. He completed his dissertation in architecture theory. Currently, Mitteregger researches at the TU Wien future.lab and is working on independent projects.
Mitteregger / Bruck / Soteropoulos / Stickler / Berger / Dangschat / Scheuvens / Banerjee