Author Archives: Victoria

Bonjour au Luxembourg! Wëllkomm zu Lëtzebuerg! Willkommen in Luxemburg!

Arriving When we arrived in Luxembourg it was snowing, and it felt like a real winter wonderland. We used the public transport system to move around the city and later visit the different campuses of the University of Luxembourg. Our … Continue reading

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How my exchange supported me in not only becoming an English teacher, but also a culture teacher

From May 2017 I knew that I’d be back in the UK only seven months later. I only moved abroad for a longer time once before, so I felt like I needed to prepare everything neatly. I organised my other … Continue reading

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How serendipity led me to Cambridge, again!

As Prof. Ehrmann from my University of Duisburg-Essen says, I believe that “luck” is a resource that you can collect and build up , if you’re willing to. Doing exactly this, I found myself back in the UK in December 2017, … Continue reading

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Greetings from Columbia

Hi there, at University of Duisburg-Essen (and in the rest of Europe): Columbia University is great – in every sense: The so called “Mizzou” (University of Missouri) comprises about 35.000 students. And that is just a part of a whole … Continue reading

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Living in Delft

Yes, folks. This will be a blog post with no citations or other scientific stuff. It´s just about living in Delft! For those of the colleagues, who will stay at TU Delft in the future, I would like to share … Continue reading

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CETE Enhanced Progress for Online Auction Game

Some of you may know my paper “Investigating the Winner’s Curse Based on Decision Making in an Auction Environment” (in: Simulation & Gaming Issue 47 (2016) No. 3, p. 324 – 345 ISSN: 1552-826X; 1046-8781). If not, have a look and of … Continue reading

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ISAGA 2017 – Design Workshop for inclusive Simulation Games

During my CETE-Exchange I was invited to the ISAGA 2017 conference in Delft. There, I conducted a design workshop for inclusive simulation games which is also a critical topic in technological education. To give you a quick introduction: Inclusion in educational … Continue reading

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Visiting TU Delft – The Arrival

Thanks to the CETE network, I was able to realize a short stay visit for two weeks at Delft University of Technology ideas and to get valuable advice. Due to my fields of research I chose the Faculty of Technology, Policy and … Continue reading

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Ph.D. Colloquium University of Cambridge & University of Duisburg-Essen

The Colloquium We arrived on the 18th of May in Cambridge. “We” in this context means the two Ph.D. students of the University of Duisburg- Essen Victoria Adenstedt and Annika Gooss and myself, Helena Spyrou, the student assistant of Professor … Continue reading

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“Hinc lucem et pocula sacra” – Welcome to the University of Cambridge.

What an amazing opportunity to go to the University of Cambridge. Some of the brilliant minds in history have graduated from this university. But there is a misunderstanding – there is no “University of Cambridge”. There are 18,000 students studying … Continue reading

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