our research network

research + collaboration partners

[africa]

Kuruman River Reserve, South Africa: Prof. Dr. Marta ManserDr. Brigitte SpillmannUniversity of ZurichZoe TurnerKalahari Research Centre
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Kenya: Dominic MaringaEunice KamauTimothy KaariaLewa Wildlife ConservancyDr. Martin BauertZurich Zoo
Moremi Game Reserve, Botswana: Dr. Gabriele CozziUniversity of Zurich, Dr. Peter AppsDr. Megan Claase, Botswana Predator Conservation
Nimba-Mountains, Guinea: Prof. Dr. Kathelijne Koops, University of Zurich, Nicolas Buzzi, Zurich / Frankfurt am Main
Tarangire and Serengeti Ecosystems, Tanzania: Dr. Monica Bond, University of Zurich / Wild Nature Institute

[asia]

Chennai, India: Prof. Dr. Susy VarugheseDr. Vivek PuliyeriIndian Institute of Technology Madras
Cheorwon, South Korea: Dr. Choi Myung-AeCenter for Anthropocene Studies, Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (KAIST) / Yonsei University
Kastamonu, Turkey: Dilşad DağtekinProf. Dr. Arpat OzgulUniversity of Zurich, Dr. Anil Soyumert, Dr. Alper Ertürk, University of Kastamonu
Seoul, South Korea: Kim Gitae, Citizen Scientist
Shanghai, China: Dr. Li Bicheng, Shanghai Natural History Museum (Shanghai Science and Technology Museum)

[europe]

Cerova, Serbia: Mihailo Stojanovic, Citizen Scientist
Engadin, Switzerland: Hans LozzaDr. Sonja Wipf, Swiss National Park
Fanel, Switzerland: Dr. Stefan SuterWLS.CH / Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Gran Paradiso National Park, Italy: Dr. Alice BrambillaUniversity of Zurich, Alberto PeracinoParco Nazionale Gran Paradiso
Zurich, Switzerland: Conny Hürzeler, Citizen Scientist, Dr. Madeleine GeigerStadtWildTiere Zürich

[north america]

Bolinas, USA: Jeff LabovitzSusan Pace, Citizen Scientists
Palo Alto, USA: Bill LeikamUrban Wildlife Research Project
Pasadena, USA: Dr. Markus Marks, University of Zurich / ETH Zurich / California Institute of Technology
Rolling WI, USA: Blayne Zeise, Jennifer StengleinSnapshot Wisconsin / USFWS Pittman-Robertson Wildlife Restoration Program
San José, USA: Dr. Dan WennyDr. Yiwei WangSFBBO Coyote Creek Field Station

[oceania]

Oamaru, New Zealand: Dr. Philippa AgnewOamaru Blue Penguin Colony

[south america]

Pedregulho, Brazil: Prof. Dr. Rita de Cassia Bianchi, Rômulo Theodoro CostaSão Paulo State University
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Dr. Natalie Olifiers, Universidade Veiga de Almeida

The international network was developed with support of: →swissnex San Francisco→swissnex Brazil→swissnex Boston→swissnex China→swissnex India, the →Science & Technology Office Seoul and the Swiss embassy in Nairobi.

project team

Dr. Katharina Weikl, University of Zurich [lead]
Anne-Christine Schindler
, University of Zurich [project management, curatorial assistance]
Laurens Bohlen, University of Zurich [computational biology, project management]
Dino Rossi (swiss edition) / Boris Gusic (travel edition) [pavilion design] 
Dimitri Zehnder, Impact Acoustic [CNC operator]
Prof. Dr. Daniel Wegmann, University of Fribourg [scientific advisor]
Prof. Dr. Ulrike Müller-Böker, University of Zurich [mentor]

Jan-David Bolt, Vanessa Mazanik, Lars Mulle, Vanja Tognola, Hadrami Yurdagün [video editing]
Lars Mulle [sound design]
Till Sieberth [VR experience]

former project team members: Leila Girschweiler [project management, until August 2021], Manuel Kaufmann [assistance, until October 2022]

We thank Impact Acoustic for the production of the pavilion out of materials made with recycled PET.

funding

Triggered by Motion was made possible by →Stiftung Mercator Schweiz and the →Digitalization Initiative of the Canton of Zurich (DIZH).