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nesli.akbulut@artun.ee

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
01.09.2020–...   
Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Doktorant (1,00)
01.09.2019–...   
Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Lektor (1,00)
 
 
Haridustee
01.09.2020–...   
Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Kunst ja Disain, PhD
25.08.2017–20.06.2019   
Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Interaktsioonidisain, MA
01.09.2013–15.06.2016   
Bordeaux Montaigne, Kommunikatsioon ja Meedia, Kahekordne Kraad, BA
01.09.2012–15.06.2016   
Galatasaray Ülikool, Kommunikatsioon, BA
 
 
Loometöö
2020 Talk. Rethinking the Design Thinking, Design Experience Challenges 2020, Riga, Latvia. (Riga, University of Latvia) https://www.ppmf.lu.lv/petnieciba/konferences/starptautiska-zinatniska-konference-design-experience-challenges-2020/program/.
2020 Workshop. Tapping into the Future(s) with Speculative Design, UX Tartu 2020, Tartu, Estonia. (Online, IxDA Tallinn) https://neslihazal.com/2020/04/03/speculating-remotely/.
2019 Exhibition. Empowering Connections Through Personal Touch, TASE 2019, Tallinn, Estonia. (Tallinn, Estonian Academy of Arts) https://www.culture.ee/syndmus/eka-loputoode-naitus-tase-19/.
2018 Competition Winner. Dash Design Hackathon 2018, Helsinki, Finland. (Helsinki, Aalto University) https://www.dash.design/.
 
 
Lisainfo
I am Nesli Hazal, a designer-researcher and educator focusing on the impacts and interactions the emerging technologies could deliver. I hold an MA in Interaction Design from the Estonian Academy of Arts in Tallinn and a Communications BA from the Galatasaray University in Istanbul. Since the academic year 2019/20, I am working as a visiting lecturer and also as a curriculum developer of the Interaction Design MA at the Estonian Academy of Arts. As an educator, I have led several industry collaborations, and my subjects are shaped around interaction design and speculative design. I am also a doctoral student at the Academy where I investigate how might movement-based interactions extend digital natives’ sense of empathy when dealing with videotelephony.
14.09.2021
nesli.akbulut@artun.ee

Career

Institutions and positions
01.09.2020–...   
Estonian Academy of Arts, Doctoral student (1,00)
01.09.2019–...   
Estonian Academy of Arts, Lecturer and Õppekava arendaja (1,00)
 
 
Education
01.09.2020–...   
Estonian Academy of Arts, Arts and Design, PhD
25.08.2017–20.06.2019   
Estonian Academy of Arts, Interaction Design, MA
01.09.2013–15.06.2016   
Bordeaux Montaigne University, Communications and Media, Dual Degree, BA
01.09.2012–15.06.2016   
Galatasaray University, Communications, BA
 
 
Creative work
2020 Talk. Rethinking the Design Thinking, Design Experience Challenges 2020, Riga, Latvia. (Riga, University of Latvia) https://www.ppmf.lu.lv/petnieciba/konferences/starptautiska-zinatniska-konference-design-experience-challenges-2020/program/.
2020 Workshop. Tapping into the Future(s) with Speculative Design, UX Tartu 2020, Tartu, Estonia. (Online, IxDA Tallinn) https://neslihazal.com/2020/04/03/speculating-remotely/.
2019 Exhibition. Empowering Connections Through Personal Touch, TASE 2019, Tallinn, Estonia. (Tallinn, Estonian Academy of Arts) https://www.culture.ee/syndmus/eka-loputoode-naitus-tase-19/.
2018 Competition Winner. Dash Design Hackathon 2018, Helsinki, Finland. (Helsinki, Aalto University) https://www.dash.design/.
 
 
Additional information
I am Nesli Hazal, a designer-researcher and educator focusing on the impacts and interactions the emerging technologies could deliver. I hold an MA in Interaction Design from the Estonian Academy of Arts in Tallinn and a Communications BA from the Galatasaray University in Istanbul. Since the academic year 2019/20, I am working as a visiting lecturer and also as a curriculum developer of the Interaction Design MA at the Estonian Academy of Arts. As an educator, I have led several industry collaborations, and my subjects are shaped around interaction design and speculative design. I am also a doctoral student at the Academy where I investigate how might movement-based interactions extend digital natives’ sense of empathy when dealing with videotelephony.
14.09.2021