These are the JRs from the Spring 2018 semester

Alona Shevchuk


alsh@itu.dk
Project:
Alona is a 4th semester DIM student and she is working together with Anastasija on a qualitative study of relationships between gambling provider and users from a user perspective. They are investigating the role of technological mediation, specifically mobile phones and gambling apps like OpenBet (Provided by Danske Spil), the ease of access and availability of these technologies.

Anastasija Jakovleva


anas@itu.dk
Project:
Anastasija is a 4th semester DIM student and she is working together with Alona on a a qualitative study of relationships between gambling provider and users from a user perspective. They are investigating the role of technological mediation, specifically mobile phones and gambling apps like OpenBet (Provided by Danske Spil), the ease of access and availability of these technologies.

Cæcilie Laursen


cael@itu.dk
Project:
Cæcilie is a DIM student and lab assistant in ETHOS Lab and she is writing her thesis exploring the possibilities of the patient portal, minsundhedsplatform.dk. The project is an ethnographic study at a hospital department in the Copenhagen region, drawing on participatory observations of staff practices and interviews with ambulant patients.

Jasper van Veen


jvve@itu.dk
Project:
Jasper is a SDT student and he is currently writing his thesis on how blockchain can connect sensors to monitor and report carbon emissions from ships? The question being prompted by new EU legislation laws. The project takes into account the governance of a system in which the data is designed to be forever persistant and immutable. The aim of the project is to propose an IoTsensor taking the environment and data computation into account.

Jesper Henrichsen


jeshe@itu.dk
Project:
Jesper is a 4th semester SDT student and he is currently writing his thesis project with Junior Researcher Lucas Beck. Working with two different image data sets from protests, they are using a neural network to recognise if the images depicts violence. Besides the technical aspects they are also engaged in the potential ethical implications of such image recognition.

Lisa Denzer


lide@itu.dk
Project:
Lisa is a DIM student and she is currently writing her thesis on the topic of social robots. How and by whom are they assessed, measured and made accountable for their impact on society? Specifically, the project explores the relationship of social robots in roles of social care – e.g. their ability to help elderly people, disabled and children.

Lucas Klafke Beck


lukl@itu.dk
Project:
Lucas is a 4th semester SDT student and he is writing his Master's thesis together with Junior Researchers Jesper Henrichsen. Working with two different image data sets from protests, they are using a neural network to recognise if the images depicts violence. Besides the technical aspects they are also engaged in the potential ethical implications of such image recognition.

Mirela Sandu


mirs@itu.dk
Project:
Mirela is a 4th semester DIM student and as a pilot project for her thesis she is exploring the theme of Digital Labour. She asks how new forms of data are used as a basis for decision? Her focus is on how user classifications can be based on interests rather than demographics.

Susan A. Go-Deos


sugd@itu.dk
Project:
Susan is a former DIM student but she switched to SDT and her project is a pilot for her Master's thesis. The topic is about using twitter data to analyse the popularity of Trump over time and making prediction using different methods.

Silja Vase


sive@itu.dk
Project:
Silja is a 4th semester DIM student and she is building on her Junior Researcher project from last semester where she investigated the use of speech recognition technology (SRT) in Denmark. This semester she is exploring how speech recognition technology can be used as a medium to create collaborative citizen logs with the municipalities during meetings.