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I am a post doctoral researcher here at the IT University of Copenhagen since the beginning of 2018. I am currently involved on "ISSP - Infrastructuring sustainable playbour" a Marie Skłodowska-Curie project that investigates the sustainability of online collaborative commons.
I am a sociologist with a background in philosophy and STS. My research interests have always concerned the interplay between society and Information Technology through the lenses of co-construction processes. Broadly, I am interested in the role that participation plays in mediating use, design, and development aspects of IT as well as in characterizing relations among end-users, designers, and developers. My research builds on two main epistemological and methodological approaches: ethnographic, interpretive research and intervention-based research grounded on Participatory Design.
- Free and Open Source Software, Online Commons, Game Studies, Qualitative Research Methods, Participatory Design, Science and Technology Studies (STS), Ethnography, User-generated Content, Peer Production, Smart grids, Energy as Commons
Research outputs (14)
Disentangling participation through time and interaction spaces–the case of IT design for energy demand management
Research output: Journal Article or Conference Article in Journal › Journal article
T. Scholz and N. Schneider (eds.). Ours to Hack and to Own. The Rise of Platform Cooperativism, a New Vision for the Future of Work and a Fairer Internet.
Research output: Journal Article or Conference Article in Journal › Review
What works for consumer engagement in the energy transition: Experimenting with a behavioural-sociological approach
Research output: Conference Article in Proceeding or Book/Report chapter › Report chapter
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