I am an associate professor in the Technologies in Practice and Interaction Design (IxD) research groups at the IT University of Copenhagen in Denmark. My research is located at the intersection of Information Sciences, Communication Studies and Human Computer Interaction. My studies of social network structures and in-situ relational practices expose how local context can shape technology adoption and use, and how global networked information flows can, in turn, become part of the local context. I examine how people adapt and integrate an increasingly broad array of information and communication technologies into their daily lives and under conditions of strain.
"Friendship maintenance in the digital age: Applying a relational lens to online social interaction", a paper co-authored with Louise Barkhuus, Nis Bornoe and Jofish Kaye has been accepted to CSCW 2015
I am involved with the 2nd ANDROID Residential Doctoral School - an interdisciplinary forum on the study of disaster resilience - happening at the University of Manchester Sept 8-10
"Leakiness and Creepiness in App Space: Perceptions of Privacy
and Mobile App Use"[pdf], a paper co-authored with Scott Mainwaring, Halla Hrund Skúladóttir and Höskuldur
Borgthorsson has received an Honorable Mention at CHI 2014
I am really excited to attend the Do It Yourself networking: an interdisciplinary approach seminar at Dagstuhl in Germany this month with a really interesting group of people.
The HCI Journal special issue on Transnational HCI is online! Take a look at the editor introduction that I had co-written together with Janet Vertesi and Silvia Lindtner