Kristian Moltke Martiny has been nominated
Kristian Moltke Martiny, PhD-student at the Center for Subjectivity Research, has been nominated for this year’s University of Copenhagen Innovation prize.
In his research Kristian aims to generate new possibilities for the (re)habilitation of people with brain damage. He conducts his research at the intersection of philosophy and neuroscience in order to give a more complete picture of what it means to live with brain damage. Kristian is nominated for showing with excellence how interdisciplinary collaboration can optimize the way in which we work with complex (human) challenges. His research especially excels by contributing both to innovation, in improving existing rehabilitation strategies and technologies, and to the distribution of research by rethinking the ways in which we communicate knowledge. As a result, his research includes collaboration with partners such as the Helene Elsass Center (HEC), the Danish Radio (DR), the Danish Royal Theatre, the Danish Film Institute and international artist Jeppe Hein.