Activities per year
We are an interdisciplinary team that brings together engineers, designers, social scientists, health care personnel, management, residents and their relatives in research and development projects with long-term perspectives.
Central feature of our approach is the focus on the classical participatory design goal of mutual learning between all participants (researchers, residents, staff, management, relatives) and during all phases of the development. Thus, we rely on the expertise, knowledge, and active participation of staff and residents, as they are the experts in their daily work and living practices and know best, where and how technology could make a difference. On the other hand, we are the experts in interaction analysis, design, and engineering and will provide the tools to let these ideas come to life.
Our aim is to build technology together with the involved users and stakeholders (and not only for them), thus taking the goal of mutual learning seriously and empowering our users to become an active part in shaping their future well-being in the health care sector.
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- social practice
- health technology
- social robots
- participatory design
- interaction design
Doing Scheduling? The Construction of Agency and Memory while Programming a Reminder Robot with a Person with Severe Brain Injury
Activity: Talks and presentations › Conference presentations
Antonia Lina Krummheuer (Organizer)
Activity: Attending an event › Organisation or participation in workshops, courses, or seminars
Research Output per year
Doing Scheduling? The Construction of Agency and Memory while Programming a Reminder Robot with a Person with Severe Brain InjuryKrummheuer, A. L., Rehm, M. & Rodil, K., Sep 2019, Mensch und Computer 2019 - Workshopband. Bonn: Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI), p. 353-354 2 p.
Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceeding › Conference abstract in proceeding › Research › peer-review
Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceeding › Article in proceeding › Research › peer-review
The chance for sociability - An institutional corridor as a place for learning for adolescents with brain injuryKrummheuer, A. L., Rehm, M., Lund, M. K. L. & Nielsen, K. N., 2019, In : Interaction Design and Architecture(s). 39, p. 78-95 4.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article › Research › peer-review