On May 3rd ETHOS Lab was host to a poster session with guests Geoffrey Bowker and Steven Brown.

Five thesis projects with affiliation to the lab were presented in poster format, and the attending guests and other academics gave feedback, asked questions and had some interesting discussions on the topics raised by the posters – the meaning of accountability, what happens to the customer when he/she becomes a data trace and the meaninglessness of the broad term “sharing economy” to name but a few. Rachel Douglas Jones, Head of Lab and assistant professor captured the session via Twitter and has now turned the tweets into a story on the service Storify.

You can check out the Storify story via this link: https://storify.com/kaisirlin/student-poster-session, and inspect the students’ posters below. You can see large versions of the posters by clicking on the image.


Poster #1: “Deconstructing Omnichannel – Data-Driven Decision-Making in Retail Marketing”

By Sara Tugcu Nielsen


Poster #2: “Trust and Accountability in The Sharing Economy”

By Michael Berg Nielsen & Kristian Elkjær Holmboe


Poster #3: “Transparency is the new gren – Studying a new political movement”

By Johanna Guldborg SkotteJohanna-Skotte---Poster

Poster #4: “Tracing Data – Exploring Data Evaluation through a case study of a Global Organisation”

By Mathias Madsen


Poster #5: “Live Mapping Technologies in a Social Perspective”

By Trine Langballe Kragh-PedersenTrine-Kragh-Pedersen---Poster