How we work
- critical analyses of the use of data and technologies in the digital welfare state
- the social life of algorithms
- contemporary energy and carbon data landscapes
- the use of digital technologies by migrants
- digital privacy and trust
- values and ethics in connected technologies
- IT in education.
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- Cakici, B., Ruppert, E., & Scheel, S. (2019). Peopling Europe through Data Practices: Introduction to the Special Issue. Science, Technology & Human Values. https://doi.org/10.1177/0162243919897822
We currently host to multiple external grants, and our work has been supported by national and international funders, such as the Danish , Nordforsk, the European Union’s Horizon 2020 program, the Innovation Foundation, Carlsberg Foundation, Velux Foundation, the Wenner Gren Foundation.
Data as Relation explores how big data is generated, negotiated and used in governance.
VIRT-EU is Values and ethics In Responsible Techology in EUrope – a European project funded by the Horizon 2020 program.
The Social Life of Carbon project is a 4-year (2019-2023) research project aimed at gaining a novel understanding of the social and cultural challenges of living with ‘carbon’ in the form of emission data
Ecoknow is a 16m DKK project from Innovation Fund Denmark which links technology and practice of adaptive case management
DIGINAUTS - Migrants' Digital Practices in and of the European Border Regime
Increasing Access to Healthcare for the Rohingya Community in the Refugee Camps in Bangladesh