Föreläsning

Time: Wednesday 12 October 2016 at 10:00 - 12:00 2016-10-12T10:00:00 2016-10-12T12:00:00

Kungliga Tekniska högskolan
HT 2016 futurem16

Location: Q34, Malvinas väg

Activity: Lecture

Teachers: Daniel Pargman (pargman) , Malin Picha Edwardsson (picha)

Student groups: TMETM_2, TMMTM_2

Info:

Guest: Marcus ToftedahlPhd student in socio-technical systems, Lecturer in game development. University of Skövde

Title: The Sweden Game Arena in Skövde

Talk: During the last 15 years the small to mid-sized Swedish town of Skövde has developed into a game development hub. Today more than 500 students are studying game development in one of several educational programmes (bachelor, master and vocational). In addition to this, more than 40 game studios are developing games for the local and the global market. This presentation will be about the journey of Skövde as a game development city – how did this happened what will happen next?

About: Marcus has been working with the game development educational programmes at the University of Skövde since 2009 as a lecturer and as a game developer. Marcus is currently doing a PhD focusing on the processes behind creating games as a local “indie” games company while at the same time working in a global marketplace.

Literature: Se the Literature webpage and the Skövde Game Development 2016 showreel.

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Marcus Toftedahl, Phd student in socio-technical systems, Lecturer in game development. University of Skövde¶

Title: The Sweden Game Arena in Skövde¶

Talk: During the last 15 years the small to mid-sized Swedish town of Skövde has developed into a game development hub. Today more than 500 students are studying game development in one of several educational programmes (bachelor, master and vocational). In addition to this, more than 40 game studios are developing games for the local and the global market. This presentation will be about the journey of Skövde as a game development city – how did this happened what will happen next?¶

About: Marcus has been working with the game development educational programmes at the University of Skövde since 2009 as a lecturer and as a game developer. Marcus is currently doing a PhD focusing on the processes behind creating games as a local “indie” games company while at the same time working in a global marketplace.¶

Literature: Se the Literature webpage.¶





Administrator Daniel Pargman edited 6 October 2016

Guest: Marcus Toftedahl, Phd student in socio-technical systems, Lecturer in game development. University of Skövde

Title: The Sweden Game Arena in Skövde

Talk: During the last 15 years the small to mid-sized Swedish town of Skövde has developed into a game development hub. Today more than 500 students are studying game development in one of several educational programmes (bachelor, master and vocational). In addition to this, more than 40 game studios are developing games for the local and the global market. This presentation will be about the journey of Skövde as a game development city – how did this happened what will happen next?

About: Marcus has been working with the game development educational programmes at the University of Skövde since 2009 as a lecturer and as a game developer. Marcus is currently doing a PhD focusing on the processes behind creating games as a local “indie” games company while at the same time working in a global marketplace.

Literature: Se the Literature webpage.

Administrator Daniel Pargman edited 6 October 2016

Guest: Marcus Toftedahl, Phd student in socio-technical systems, Lecturer in game development. University of Skövde

Title: The Sweden Game Arena in Skövde

Talk: During the last 15 years the small to mid-sized Swedish town of Skövde has developed into a game development hub. Today more than 500 students are studying game development in one of several educational programmes (bachelor, master and vocational). In addition to this, more than 40 game studios are developing games for the local and the global market. This presentation will be about the journey of Skövde as a game development city – how did this happened what will happen next?

About: Marcus has been working with the game development educational programmes at the University of Skövde since 2009 as a lecturer and as a game developer. Marcus is currently doing a PhD focusing on the processes behind creating games as a local “indie” games company while at the same time working in a global marketplace.

Literature: Se the Literature webpage.

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Administrator Daniel Pargman edited 6 October 2016

Guest: Marcus Toftedahl, Phd student in socio-technical systems, Lecturer in game development. University of Skövde

Title: The Sweden Game Arena in Skövde

Talk: During the last 15 years the small to mid-sized Swedish town of Skövde has developed into a game development hub. Today more than 500 students are studying game development in one of several educational programmes (bachelor, master and vocational). In addition to this, more than 40 game studios are developing games for the local and the global market. This presentation will be about the journey of Skövde as a game development city – how did this happened what will happen next?

About: Marcus has been working with the game development educational programmes at the University of Skövde since 2009 as a lecturer and as a game developer. Marcus is currently doing a PhD focusing on the processes behind creating games as a local “indie” games company while at the same time working in a global marketplace.

Literature: Se the Literature webpage.

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Administrator Daniel Pargman edited 6 October 2016

Guest: Marcus Toftedahl, Phd student in socio-technical systems, Lecturer in game development. University of Skövde

Title: The Sweden Game Arena in Skövde

Talk: During the last 15 years the small to mid-sized Swedish town of Skövde has developed into a game development hub. Today more than 500 students are studying game development in one of several educational programmes (bachelor, master and vocational). In addition to this, more than 40 game studios are developing games for the local and the global market. This presentation will be about the journey of Skövde as a game development city – how did this happened what will happen next?

About: Marcus has been working with the game development educational programmes at the University of Skövde since 2009 as a lecturer and as a game developer. Marcus is currently doing a PhD focusing on the processes behind creating games as a local “indie” games company while at the same time working in a global marketplace.

Literature: Se the Literature webpage.

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Administrator Daniel Pargman edited 6 October 2016

Guest: Marcus Toftedahl, Phd student in socio-technical systems, Lecturer in game development. University of Skövde

Title: The Sweden Game Arena in Skövde

Talk: During the last 15 years the small to mid-sized Swedish town of Skövde has developed into a game development hub. Today more than 500 students are studying game development in one of several educational programmes (bachelor, master and vocational). In addition to this, more than 40 game studios are developing games for the local and the global market. This presentation will be about the journey of Skövde as a game development city – how did this happened what will happen next?

About: Marcus has been working with the game development educational programmes at the University of Skövde since 2009 as a lecturer and as a game developer. Marcus is currently doing a PhD focusing on the processes behind creating games as a local “indie” games company while at the same time working in a global marketplace.

Literature: Se the Literature webpage.¶ S and the Skövde Game Development 2016 showreel.

Administrator Daniel Pargman edited 6 October 2016

Guest: Marcus Toftedahl, Phd student in socio-technical systems, Lecturer in game development. University of Skövde

Title: The Sweden Game Arena in Skövde

Talk: During the last 15 years the small to mid-sized Swedish town of Skövde has developed into a game development hub. Today more than 500 students are studying game development in one of several educational programmes (bachelor, master and vocational). In addition to this, more than 40 game studios are developing games for the local and the global market. This presentation will be about the journey of Skövde as a game development city – how did this happened what will happen next?

About: Marcus has been working with the game development educational programmes at the University of Skövde since 2009 as a lecturer and as a game developer. Marcus is currently doing a PhD focusing on the processes behind creating games as a local “indie” games company while at the same time working in a global marketplace.

Literature: Se the Literature webpage and the Skövde Game Development 2016 showreel.

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