ITU

Responsible Infrastructuring

Organisational unit: Research Group

IT University of Copenhagen
Rued Langgaards Vej 7
DK-2300 Copenhagen S
Denmark

Research Group Coordinator

Signe Louise Yndigegn (signelouise@itu.dk)

Organisation profile

The Responsible Infrastructuring group works with an understanding of design of IT and services as engaging, intervening and including, that always involves people, non-human participants and empirical settings. We embrace a critical stance towards both techno-centric and social engineering perspectives. Our preferred design approaches are inventive and aligned with participants’ matters of concern and care. We are interested not only in ‘cutting edge’ IT but also ‘blunt edge’ technologies ranging from artifacts to infrastructures. In our study of digitalization and IT practices, we pay attention to the assemblages of tools and technologies that people bring together and enact as meaningful configurations. Responsible Infrastructuring accounts for values, ethics and politics inherent in design across the range from participants’ situated, everyday practices to the broader and longer-term scopes of social and environmental wellbeing and sustainability. 

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Research outputs (2)

  1. Published

    Digital marginalisering af udsatte ældre: Arbejdsrapport

    Research output: Book / Anthology / Report / Ph.D. thesisReportCommunication

  2. Published

    Socio-gerontechnology: Interdisciplinary Critical Studies of Ageing and Technology

    Research output: Conference Article in Proceeding or Book/Report chapterBook chapterResearchpeer-review

Research Activities (1)

  1. Designing Commons and Commoning Design

    Activity: Talk or presentation typesLecture and oral contribution