Projects per year
Bastian researches Human-Computer Interaction with novel media technologies such as mobile UX, brain-computer interfaces (BCI) and virtual reality (VR). His multidisciplinary profile is founded on his eduaction in Cand.Scient. Medialogy from 2018 at Aalborg University and a diploma in Classical Drawing from The Drawing Academy.
|Casual Data Visualization||Depicting data in people's everyday life.|
|Storytelling & Framing||Drawing on narratology to understand how we can better present and disseminate knowledge.|
|Pervasive Technology||Designing for adherence, sense of agency through applications and serious games, to aid decision-making.|
|Open Source||Using open source in research to facilitate better collaboration and research-based teaching.|
He has worked in close collaboration with Danish health institutions to conduct field studies identifying needs and behavior among stroke patients and occupational therapists in rehabilitation. Recently, he engaged with studying health technology for stroke rehabilitation, where how digital storytelling in information visualization in personal informatics.
- Computer Science
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Visuel kommunikation
- health informatics
- Brain computer interface (BCI)
- rehabilitation technology
- Patient kommunikation/formidling
- framing and frame analysis
- Accessible Computing
Brain-controlled exoskeletons for stroke rehabilitation: Technology transfer from prototype to home use
01/09/2018 → 31/08/2021
Research Output per year
How annotated visualizations in self-care technology supported a stroke survivor in goal setting and reflectionHougaard, B. I. & Knoche, H., Dec 2017, In : EAI Endorsed Transactions on Serious Games. 17, 12
Research output: Contribution to journal › Conference article in Journal › Research › peer-review
Telling the Story Right: How Therapists Aid Stroke Patients Interpret Personal Visualized Game Performance DataHougaard, B. I. & Knoche, H., May 2019, IMPACT Workshop: Improving healthcare Management through service design and PAtient empowerment and Collaboration Technologies. Association for Computing Machinery, p. 435-443 9 p.
Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceeding › Article in proceeding › Research › peer-review