Florian Berger

University of Education Weingarten, Germany

Florian Berger is a doctoral candidate at the University of Education Weingarten, Germany. His research interests include adaptive educational games and interactive storytelling. Berger graduated as a Graduate Engineer at the HTWK University of Applied Sciences Leipzig, Germany. Since then, he's worked as a teacher in vocational education, as a lecturer for media software at the SAE Institute, and as a freelance engineer. From November 2010 to October 2011, Florian Berger has been granted the "Karl-Steinbuch-Stipendium" of the German MFG Stiftung for the development of the "Fabula" open source game engine.

Biography Updated on 19 September 2011

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