Åsa Cajander the research leader of the HTO research group. She is an Associate Professor of Computer Science with a Specialization Towards Human-Computer Interaction. She mainly does research in eHealth, IT and work from a sociotechnical perspective. One area of interest is how organisations can work with ICT deployment, digital work environments and human centred software engineering. Åsa Cajander also does research in computer science education with a special interest in the development of professional competencies.
For further information about Åsa Cajander see her home page, and the Department of information technology’s home page.
Marta Kristín Lárusdóttir is Associate Professor in School of Computer Science at Reykjavik University and chair of the CRESS research center there. Marta has been involved in research projects both nationally and internationally, where her contribution has been on the integration of human centred design in agile software development. The most recent research projects are the COST funded network Twintide, the KIA project at Uppsala University and the Agile UCD project at Uppsala University and KTH in Sweden. Marta has written numerous scientific paper, organised workshops and been involved in organizing conferences in the field of Human-computer interaction for over 15 years. In the years 1996 – 2001, Marta worked as a project manager in the software industry in Iceland.
Thomas Lind is a PhD student in Computer Science with a specialisation towards Human-Computer Interaction at Uppsala University, Sweden. Thomas does research in the area of sociotechnical transformations, primarily in large government organisations, where he studies how organisational change processes that involve information and communication technologies affect the usability of these technologies and the work environment.
Jonas Moll is a postdoc researcher in Human-Computer Interaction at Uppsala University. Jonas focuses on eHealth in his research and has a special interest in how patients’ access to their electronic health records affects the patients themselves as well as medical personnel. A special emphasis is on how the communication between patients and physicians as well as in between physicians has changed due to the implementation of patient accessible electronic health records. His work is mainly carried out within the scope of the DOME consortium.
For further information about Jonas Moll see the Department of information technology’s home page.
Gerolf Nauwerck is a PhD student in Human-Computer Interaction at Uppsala University. He has been working as an IT-strategist and business analyst but is now focusing on ICT related change management and health. In particular he is studying what in Sweden is called “the digital work environment”.
Diane Golay is a PhD student in Human-Computer Interaction at Uppsala University, Sweden. Her research focuses on the impact of digitalization on the work environment in healthcare, in particular in regard with professions dominated by women.
Ida Löscher is a PhD student in Human-Computer Interaction at Uppsala University, Sweden. Her research focuses on the cognitive aspects of digitalization of work in healthcare.
Lars Oestreicher is a researcher in Human-Computer Interaction/Disability research at Uppsala University. He has a background in Computer Science, with Psychology, Linguistics and Social Science as specialisation. He has been involved the research around social aspect of service robotics at NADA, Royal Institute of Technology. His Ph. D. thesis concerned task analysis for service robots, with application to disabilities. In later years he has oriented his research towards Non-excluding design and support for disabilities.
Currently he is involved in the “Mumin” project, in collaboration with Årsta Special School in Uppsala. The project aims at providing children with severe multi-impairments with the tools for music creation. The project web site is currently only in Swedish (muminprojektet.wordpress.com).
Bengt Sandblad is professor emeritus in Human-Computer Interaction. His research interest is in the fields of Human-Computer Interaction, design of user interfaces, human control in dynamic complex work, automation, user centred design methods, usability evaluations, organizational aspects of IT systems development, cognitive work environment etc. He has been involved in research projects in different areas such as administrative work, health care, human control in vehicle and traffic systems, especially concerning design of systems for operational train traffic control and train driving. He has also developed user centred methods for improving safety, efficiency and usability in computer supported work.
Bengt’s home page can be found here: http://www.it.uu.se/katalog/bengts