Turing, Ashby, and ‘the Action of the Brain’. 2021-2023, at Warsaw University of Technology. Funding: National Science Centre (NCN) OPUS 19 grant no. 2020/37/B/HS1/01809, abstract here. PLN 767,130.- (approx. EUR 170,000.-)

Thinking Machines: The Past, Present and Future of AI. 2021. Travel grants for international guests of a lecture series hosted by Deutsches Museum, TUM, PW and Viadrina European University. Funding: Bayerische Forschungsallianz (BayFOR), BayIntAn funding scheme. EUR 8,600.-

Environments of Intelligence. Funding for Open Access version of Publication Greif 2017. Funding: FWF Grant no. PUB 488, Stand-alone publications. EUR 14,000.-

From Artificial to Ambient Intelligence. 2013-2016, at Munich Center for Technology in Society. Funding: FWF Erwin Schrödinger Fellowship no. J 3448-G15. EUR 127,352.50

Ethik und Finanzwirtschaft (Ethics in Financial Markets). 2013-2015. Working group organised and funded by DVFA, directed by Julian Nida-Rümelin, Dept. of Philosophy, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. Approx. EUR 5,000.- in remuneration and reimbursements.

Participatory Design and ICTs. 2009-2012, with Oana Mitrea and Matthias Werner, in co-operaton with the Institute of Informatics Systems and the Transportation Informatics research group, University of Klagenfurt. Funding: Carinthian Savings Bank Foundation. EUR 49,000.-

Risk and Precaution in Banking Information Systems. 2007–2009, with Matthias Werner, and with contributions from Reinhard Neck and Gottfried Haber, Dept. of Economics, University of Klagenfurt. Funding: OeNB Jubiläumsfonds Project No. 12370. 67,000.-

Mobile Broadband: Design, Applications and User Experience. 2007–2008, with Oana Mitrea and Matthias Werner, in co-operation with evolaris research lab, Graz, Austria. Funding: Government of Styria, Dept. of Science and Research, Project No. ZF 4080. EUR 10,000.-
Project Report, 2.5 MB

SOMA I.T. (on self-organising multimedia platforms). 2009–2010, with Martina Ukowitz (project leader), Matthias Wieser, Harald Dvorak and Harald Goldmann. Funding: KWF (Carinthian Business Council). EUR 30,000.-