Workshop Organizers

Vasiliki Tsaknaki (IT University of Copenhagen, Digital Design Department)  is an Assistant Professor at the Digital Design department, at the IT University of Copenhagen. Her research combines materials experiences, computational crafts and soma design methods in HCI.

Tom Jenkins (IxD Lab, IT University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmarkis Assistant Professor of Digital Design in the IxD Lab at the IT University of Copenhagen. He uses RtD methods to produce speculative Internet of Things devices in community and domestic contexts.

Laurens Boer (IxD Lab, IT University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmarkis Associate Professor of Digital Design in the IxD Lab at the IT University of Copenhagen. Using constructive design research, he investigates and speculates new forms and applications for computational materials.

Sarah Homewood (IxD Lab, IT University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmarkis a Postdoctoral researcher in the IxD Lab at the IT University of Copenhagen. She uses RtD methods to explore how the design of self-tracking devices re ect cultural perspectives on the body.

Noura Howell (School of Information, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, California, United States) is Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at North Carolina State University. Her tangible embodied designs propose critical alternatives to overly rationalist ways of knowing with biodata.

Pedro Sanches (KTH, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Swedenis a Postdoctoral researcher at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. Bridging the elds of interaction design and critical data studies, he considers surveillance issues in the design of interactive applications.

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