The Technologies in Practice (TiP) Research group hosts researchers working with IT in different empirical domains, from public management and governance to innovation in private enterprises and public-private partnerships. We combine a range of scholarly disciplines, including Science and Technology Studies (STS), Computer Supported Collaborative Work (CSCW), Anthropology, Sociology, Human Computer Interaction and Philosophy.
We have a dynamic environment with frequent formal and informal meetings and workshops. Every Wednesday, the group hosts an open discussion meeting for scholars interested in IT and STS called The TiP Salon, and an afternoon of writing with #shutupandwrite.
Members of TiP founded the ETHOS Lab, which is a social science/humanities laboratory in the field of researching data and digital methods, a community where researchers and students learn from each other as well as an interface where we build partnerships and relations between students and the world outside academia.
Take a look around the TiP site to learn more about us.
Posted on 21 November 2017
The team behind the Data as Relation research project invites practitioners and people with an interest in public digitisation to an afternoon event about governance in the data driven society. Event … Continue reading After-Work Event about the Dilemmas of Digitization
Posted on 9 November 2017
Anders Blok, Associate Professor at the Department of Sociology of Copenhagen University, joins TiP’s Environmental Futures seminar series to reconceptualise urban climate politics between wider sociology and Science and Technology … Continue reading The politics of urban climate risks: theoretical and empirical lessons from Ulrich Beck’s methodological cosmopolitanism
Posted on 31 October 2017
Nick Seaver, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and core faculty in Science, Technology, and Society at Tufts University, visits the ITU and gives a talk about care and scale in the … Continue reading Talk and Workshop with Nick Seaver
Posted on 27 October 2017
The researchers in the Data as Relation project will retreat to the manor Fuglsang Herregård for 2 days to share and discuss the sub-projects with each other. The retreat will … Continue reading Retreat for the Data as Relation Research Group
Posted on 26 October 2017
The Velux Foundation has granted 6 million Danish Kroner to the research project “Diginauts” which will investigate how migrants use mobile phones and other digital equipment to navigate geographically, socially … Continue reading New Research Project about Migrants’ Use of ICT