DemTech: e-Voting Technologies

Investigators: Randi Markussen, Christopher Gad, Nina Boulus Date: 2011 – present Over the last four decades, information technology has begun to transform the electoral process—perhaps the most foundational process upon which democratic societies are built.  Computers are gradually replacing manual parts of the democratic process by, for example, tallying results in Excel spreadsheets, predicting exit […]

Global Software Development

Principal Investigator: Pernille Bjørn Post Doctoral fellow: Lars Rune Christensen Research Assistants: Helle Storm and Rasmus Eskild Jensen. Date: 2010 – present When software companies spread their activities across countries it is essential that the different actors (software developers) have common ground for their collaborative activities. It takes time to develop such common ground, and […]

Co-Constructing Healthcare and Technology (CIHT)

The CITH research project is a collaborative effort between The IT University of Copenhagen (ITU), The Technical University of Denmark (DTU), University of Copenhagen (KU) and Rigshospitalet. The project focuses on the treatment of patients with ICD at The Heart Centre at Rigshospitalet with the overall goal of improving both the communication and collaboration between all involved parties…

HealthcareIT (HIT)

HealthcareIT is a project funded by the Danish Research Agency, Programme Committee for IT Research. The project focuses on IT for the support of communication and collaboration in a highly distributed heterogeneous network of healthcare professionals and patients/citizens…

Emergency Department Information System (EDIS)

The project is a collaborative effort between ITU, Simon Fraser University and a Canadian Pediatric Hospital focusing on the work practice and re-configurations of technology for Emergency Departments…