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 30 November 2018
Assistant Professor in TiP Jannick Schou will defend his PhD thesis “REMAKING CITIZENSHIP: Welfare Reform and Public Sector Digitalization” on December 5, 2018. About the event When December 5, 2018 10:00 AM … Continue reading PhD Defence by Jannick Schou: “Remaking Citizenship – Welfare Reform and Public Sector Digitalization”
Posted on 22 November 2018
Assistant Professor Baki Cakici, Associate Professor Irina Skhlovski and the ETHOS Lab have collaborated with affiliated researchers in developing a workshop, at which the membership of the Association of Nordic … Continue reading Results from AI & Ethics Hackathon with IDA and Association of Nordic Engineers
Posted on 14 November 2018
By Lea Enslev, Research Assistant in TiP Women on the agenda With around 200 debates, workshops and talks asking for “a human response to tech”, and themes spanning from “Democracy”, “Coding”, … Continue reading Human answers to how to expand the pool of female talent in STEM?
Posted on 14 November 2018
Professor Brit Winthereik presented her work on ethnographic effects at the Food for Thought event at University of California, Davis on November 13, 4-6pm. Winthereik will focus on relations between ‘fieldwork’ … Continue reading Winthereik on Sound Recording as Analytical Technique at University of California
Posted on 12 November 2018
The Data as Relation research project has had a collective paper called “A Bestiary of Digital Monsters’” accepted for publication for the IFIP 8.2 2018 Working Conference at San Fransisco State … Continue reading A Bestiary of Digital Monsters – collective Data as Relation paper published