In 2009 Inge Hinterwaldner received her Ph.D in art history from the University of Basel with a thesis on interactive computer simulations (The Systemic Image, German: Fink 2010, English: MIT Press 2017). Fellowships and grants allowed her to pursue her research at MECS in Lüneburg (2014), Duke University/Durham (2015), and MIT/Cambridge (2016). 2016-2018 she was professor for modern and contemporary art at the Humboldt University in Berlin. Since October 2018 Hinterwaldner holds a professorship for art history at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Karlsruhe, Germany. Her research focuses on interactivity and temporality in the arts, computer-based art and architecture, model theory, and art & science since the 19th century. She is PI of the research groups »Browser Art: Navigating with Style« and »Coded Secrets«, both dealing with net-based artworks.