Karl Franzen University, Graz, Post-Doctorate
The Collaborative Mind
Unconventional (2014-17) Research Project with Karin Baur (Mathematics) Klemens Fellner (Mathematics), Gerhard Eckel (Electroacoustic Composition, IEM Kunstuni Graz)

Rondo Kunstatelier  2013 – 2015, Graz
Artistic Studio funded by the Styrian Government

IEM Graz: The Patterns of Intuition (POINT)
Project Participant in an arts-based research project funded by the Austrian Science Fund at the Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics, Kunstuni Graz (2011-14)

PhD in Composition
Generative Transcriptions, an Opera of the Self
Huddersfield University, UK, 2009|12 (fee-waiver scholarship)
Supervisor Liza Lim (composition); co-supervision Monty Adkins (electronics)

Masters Diploma
Sacca San Mattia: Hybrid Demarcation of a Strange Attractor Set.
di’angewandte, University of Applied Arts, Vienna. (2008)

Honours Graduate Thesis
The Trilateral Dynamic: Metastaseis, the Modulor and the Philips Pavilion.
RMIT, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (2007)

Hadid, Z. Schumacher, P. (2011) Editors. Total Fluidity – Studio Zaha Hadid Projects 2000-2010. Springer: Wien/New York
Three featured projects:
Dynamical Systems: Attractor Project (2005);
Spiral Research Prototype, with Kaloyan Erevinov & Christo Penev (2006);
Diploma Project: Sacca San Mattia: Hybrid Demarcation of a Strange Attractor Set (2008)

Kocatürk, T.Medjdoub, B. (2011) Distributed Intelligence In Design. Allpress, B. “Pedagogical frameworks for digitally networked architecture,” UK: Wiley-Blackwell

Featured: Friebel, T. (2007) Masters Thesis: The trilateral dynamic: Metastaseis, the Modulor and the Philips Pavilion. RMIT: Melbourne.

Friebel, T. (2010/11) Portraits and Interviews of composers living in Austria for MICA online: Peter Androsch, Pierluigi Billone, Peter Jakober, Bernhard Lang, Klaus Lang, Katharina Klement, Olga Neuwirth, Eva Reiter, Johannes Maria Staud.

(2008) Venice Biennale, New Australian Pavilion, Di Stasio Ideas Competition
Featured as Short-listed Competition Winner for Pavilion, Pp118-119

Friebel, T. (2004) Schallstück für 2 Spieler, Drei Arten von Ostinaten Rhythmen für das Fagott in New Music for young Bassoon players, Neue Musik für junge Fagottisten 1 & 2, Doblinger: Wien