I’m a Postdoc at the IT University of Copenhagen, where I do research on the implications of our increasingly data-driven lives. My research focuses on activity tracking devices, especially as they are introduced in workplace health and wellness programs. I am a qualitative researcher and use a mix of observational, interview, survey and photo-elicitation methods. I am a member of the Technologies in Practice (TiP) research group, and I occasionally write for the think-do-tank dataethics.eu.
I am currently teaching the IT & Work Design course on the Global Business Informatics bachelor programme, focusing on how to understand and improve digital, collaborative work practices. I have previously taught Reassembling Innovation, as well as Critical Big Data Management on the Digital Innovation Management Master programme (cand.it.).
Students interested in supervision of thesis projects in these areas are welcome to reach out to me: firstname.lastname@example.org