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Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)

CSCW is an interdisciplinary research field that strives to understand the nature and requirements of cooperative work in order to design collaborative computational artifacts and technologies. It is a broad field, which encompasses several different types of research. Ethnographic studies and other forms of qualitative, in-depth workplace studies have played and continue to play an essential role in the development of the field, but more design and technology oriented research approaches are also a core part of CSCW.

In our research group, we have an interest in several different domains including health care, architecture, distributed work (global software development and global engineering), and making/hacking practices. We work closely together with industry partners of various sorts, where we together explore practical solutions while at the same time maintaining a strong focus on conceptual and methodological issues.

Members 


Jørgen P. Bansler

Professor

Pernille Bjørn
Professor

Finn Kensing
Professor

Peter Carstensen
Associate Professor

Tariq Osman

Andersen              

Assistant Professor

Naja Liengård

Holten Møller

Assistant Professor

Jonas Moll

Assistant Professor

Maria Menendez 

Blanco

Postdoc

Nelson Nunes 

Tenório

Postdoc

Erling Havn

External Lecturer

Karim Jabbar

PhD-Fellow

Stina Matthiasen
PhD-Fellow

Jeppe Eimose

Waagstein

PhD-Fellow

 

 

See list of former members here 


COMPLETED RESEARCH PROJECTS

Co-Constructing IT and Healthcare (CITH)

MSC AND PHD COURSES

Master Courses

PhD Course: Theoretical Foundations in Collaborative Work and Computer Supported Practice (CSCW)

This CSCW course is targeted at PhD students in computer science or a similar interdisciplinary program encompassing IT. The course runs for five months during the spring of 2016.

It's not possible to apply for the course any longer.

Read more about the course; content, learning outcome, structure, literature etc.

COMPLETED PHD THESIS PROJECTS

Mønsted, TS 2012, Medical emplotment: Designing IT for distributed healthcare. Ph.D. thesis, Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen

Andersen, TO 2012, Prototyping a Collective: On ethnography, design, and use of a personal health record. Ph.D. thesis

Moll, J 2012, Prototyping Matters of Concern: On Productive Relations of Participatory Design and STS in Patient-Centered Healthcare. Ph.D. thesis, Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen

CONFERENCES AND PUBLICATION VENUES

European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (ECSCW)

ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative work and Social Computing (CSCW)

ACM International Conference on Supporting Group Work (GROUP)

Journal of Computer Supported Cooperative Work (JCSCW)

European Society of Socially-Embedded Computing (EUSSET)