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Matthew Hockenberry

  • PhD Candidate
  • New York University Phyllis Green and Randolph Cowen Institute for Pediatric Neuroscience
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Research interests

Supply Chain Studies; Logistics; Infrastructure Studies; Paperwork; History of Telecommunication; Globalization

About

Matthew Hockenberry is a media historian and technologist whose work focuses on media structure and materiality. His dissertation works within infrastructural approaches to media studies and at the intersection of paperwork studies and telecommunication to develop a history of logistics, tracing the impact of media forms and material practices on decentralized production throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Matthew holds degrees in Logic & Computation and Human Computer Interaction, and he received a Masters of Science from the MIT Media Lab for his work on computational models of place. As a visiting scientist with the MIT Center for Civic Media and Tangible Media Group he developed Sourcemap, a collaborative platform for mapping supply chains and sharing "where things come from." Most recently, he was selected for a 2012 Lemelson Center Fellowship at the Smithsonian Institution, where he conducted research at the National Museum of American History. Matthew's work has appeared in academic journals and the popular press. He writes often on the state of global supply and the worldwide apparatus of production.

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Publications

Demands of Supply, The Illicit Pathways of Global Supply Chains.

  • Hockenberry M
Journal of International Affairs (2012)
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Small business applications of sourcemap: a web tool for sustainable design and supply chain transparency

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  • Hockenberry M
  • Zwarg D
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '10) (2010)
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Wetpaint

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Proceedings of the 27th international conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI 09 (2009)
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Grounding for a Computational Model of Place

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Professional experience

PhD Candidate

NYU

September 2010 - Present

Visiting Scientist

MIT Media Lab

January 2008 - December 2010(3 years)

Education history

PhD., Media, Culture, and Communication

NYU

September 2010 - February 2013(2 years)

MS., Media Arts & Sciences

MIT Media Lab

September 2004 - May 2006(2 years)

BS., Logic & Computation / Human-Computer Interaction

Carnegie Mellon University

September 2000 - May 2004(4 years)