Christopher Morse is a doctoral researcher at the University of Luxembourg. His work explores the integration of user experience (UX) design in the development of interactive systems for cultural heritage. His doctoral thesis focuses on emotional design methods for online museum collections.
Before coming to Luxembourg, Christopher was Senior Humanities Research Computing Specialist at Harvard University, where he advanced digital humanities scholarship and practice across the university’s Arts & Humanities Division.
Morse, C., Koenig, V., Lallemand, C., & Wieneke, L. (2019). Art in Rich-Prospect: Evaluating Next-Generation User Interfaces for Cultural Heritage. MW2019: Museums and the Web 2019, Boston, MA.
de Kramer, M., Mersch, S., & Morse, C. (2018). Reconstructing the Historic Landscape of Larochette, Luxembourg. In Digital Heritage. Progress in Cultural Heritage: Documentation, Preservation, and Protection. Springer International, Cham.
Emanuel, J., Morse, C., Hollis, L. (2016). The New Interactive: Reimagining Visual Collections as Immersive Environments. Visual Resources Association Bulletin 43(2).Visual Resources Association.
Ph.D. Psychology. University of Luxembourg. Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg. (2017 — present)
A.L.M. Digital Media & Instructional Design. Harvard University, Extension School. Cambridge, MA, USA. (2015)
M.T.S. Religion, Literature & Culture. Harvard University, Divinity School. Cambridge, MA, USA. (2009)
B.A. Japanese Language & Literature. University of Massachusetts Amherst. Amherst, MA, USA. (2007)
Japanese Studies Certificate. International Christian University. Tokyo, Japan. (2006)
Japanese Studies Certificate. Kwansei Gakuin University. Nishinomiya, Japan. (2005)