On this page the team behind MathCityMap introduces itself. The idea for MathCityMap was first presented in 2012 by Prof. Dr. Matthias Ludwig. Since then, the team and the project has grown steadily. A variety of European partners support and accompany the project didactically in France, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Estonia and Slovakia.
The Team in Frankfurt
Project management and coordination
Prof. Dr. Matthias Ludwig
Matthias Ludwig studied mathematics and physics in Würzburg and did research at the PH Weingarten from 2002 to 2011 before accepting a position at the Goethe University in 2011.
Dr. Simone Jablonski
Project Coordination MaSCE³
Simone Jablonski studied mathematics and English for the secondary school teaching profession and received her doctorate from Goethe University in 2020. She currently works as a research assistant.
Developer & Product Manager Webportal
Sina Wetzel studied mathematics, computer science and English as a teacher and currently works as a research assistant.
Developer & Product Manager App
Ken Oehler has a master’s degree in bioinformatics and currently works as a research assistant.
Jos Fabiunke has a bachelor’s degree in media informatics and currently works as an scientific assistant.
Simon Barlovits studied mathematics and politics & economics as a teacher and currently works as a research assistant.
Dr. Gregor Milicic
Gregor Milicic completed his doctoral thesis at the University of Salzburg on the interface between mathematics and the didactics of mathematics and has been working as a research assistant since 2019.
Melanie Schubert studied mathematics and music at the secondary school level and currently works as a pedagogical assistant.
Former Team Members
Dr. Iwan Gurjanow
Iwan Gurjanow studied computer science and physical education at the grammar school level and received his PhD from Goethe University in 2021.
Moritz Baumann-Wehner studied mathematics and computer science as a teacher.
Dr. Adi Nur Chayono
Adi Nur Cahyono is a lecturer in Mathematics Education at Universitas Negeri Semarang, Indonesia. He received his PhD from Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany for his work on the MathCityMap Indonesia. He leads the Indonesian Mobile Math Trails Research Group which develops MathCityMap in Indonesia and mainly collaborates with Muhammad Zuhair Zahid.
Dr. Joerg Zender
Joerg Zender is a pathfinder and mathematician. MCM has inspired him since 2015, so much so that it even resulted in a doctoral thesis. He currently teaches at the Rhine-Main University of Applied Sciences. Today, he uses MCM in teaching and for his children to supplement their math lessons with more exciting everyday experiences.
MaSCE³ & ASYMPTOTE
Claudia Lázaro is responsible for International Projects at the Spanish Federation of Maths Teachers’ Associations (FESPM). She is a math secondary teacher. She is involved in MaSCE³ and ASYMPTOTE projects, having an active role in reviewing tasks and trails in Spanish language in MCM. In her team she mainly collaborates with Juan Martínez Calvete and Tomas Recio as well as with a supportive working group that assists in all required tasks.
Prof. Dr. Maria Flavia Mammana
MaSCE³ & ASYMPTOTE
Maria Flavia Mammana studied Mathematics at the University of Catania (IT) and gained her PhD in Mathematics at the University of Messina (IT). She has been visiting scholar at the University of Auburn (AL, USA), post doc at the University of Konstanz (D) and at the University of Catania, where she is now Associate Professor.
She is involved in the MaSCE³ and in the ASYMPTOTE project. In her team, she mainly collaborates with Eugenia Taranto.
Dr. Janka Medová
MoMaTrE & Colette
Janka Medová works at Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Slovakia. She was invovled in the MoMaTrE project. Now she is involved in Colette project. In her team, she mainly collaborates with Sona Ceretkova, Martin Capay and Silvia Haringova.
Prof. Dr. Georgios Fessakis
Georgios Fessakis works at University of the Aegean / LTEE, Greece. He supports a community of practice of teachers-researchers in Greece, who design outdoor mobile learning activities using MCM for Math and Computational Thinking development. He is also involved in the ASYMPTOTE project.
In his team, he mainly collaborates with Prof. Fragkiskos Kalavasis, Angelique Dimitracopoulou and PhD students, Stamatia Volika, Despoina Koutsomanoli, Alexandra Kolokytha, and Kiriazis Hatzigiannakis.
Prof. Dr. Amélia Caldeira
MoMaTrE & ASYMPTOTE
Amélia Caldeira has a first degree, M.Sc and a Ph.D in Applied Mathematics from the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Porto.
She is Adjunct Professor at the Department of Mathematics (DMA) at School of Engineering, Polytechnic of Porto (ISEP | IPP) and she is a researcher at Research Center for Systems & Technologies (SYSTEC) – Institute of Systems and Robotics of Porto (ISR) and at the Mathematical Engineering Laboratory (LEMA).
In her team, she mainly collaborates with Ana Moura as well as with Alexandra Gavina, Alzira Faria, Ana Júlia Viamonte, Helena Brás, Isabel Figueiredo and Isabel Pinto.