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PIT Research Themes

PIT addresses its core questions through five current research themes that are our main instruments of theoretical reflection within and across disciplines.

Future Events

Fri 17 Oct
09:00-16:00 |
Datafied Research PhD research workshop
Workshop in Hong Kong, 17-22 October, 2014 Online activity, 15 September 2014 to 15 January 2015. The deadline for the call is 4 August 2014 (Notification by 8 August 2014)
Tue 21 Oct
13:00-16:00 | Aarhus University, The Small Auditorium, INCUBA, Aabogade 15, building 5510
PhD defence: Rune Veerasawmy
Designing interactive technology for crowd experiences - beyond sanitization
Thu 23 Oct
12:15-13:00 | 5335-395 Nygaard Møderum
PIT talk by Nicolai Brodersen Hansen
Material Interactions with Tangible Tabletops: a Pragmatist Perspective

News

2014.09.25 | Research news

Ole Sejer Iversen from PIT now member of The Danish Ministry of Educations's think Tank

Last year, the Danish Ministry of Education’s IT advisory group sent in their recommendations to promote the use of IT in teaching. The work of the Group was thus completed. Now, the group is part of UCC and continues as an independent think tank.

2014.07.01 | Research news

UrbanIxD Live chat

To round off theUrbanIxD Conversation Tobias Revell, Manu Fernandez and Han Pham participated in a live TweetChat on Friday 27th June 2014.

2014.07.01 | Research news

"Urban Interaction Design: towards City Making" by Martin Brynskov

How do you describe emerging trends within a forming field? In this book, you will find a distilled conversation, filtered through the collective and embodied practices and experiences of eight diverse individuals

2014.04.28 | Research news

Deborah Tatar publishes article in ACM Interactions

Some of the work that Deborah was working on during her visit at PIT has now been published in an article in ACM Interactions. The article is entitled "Reflecting our better nature".

2014.04.09 | Research news

PhD student Winnie Soon on BBC news

BBC reports on a digital artwork installation, Jsut Code, produced by the PIT researcher Winnie Soon and her collaborator Helen Pritchard (UK).

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Centre Leaders

Susanne Bødker

Professor
Email:
Office: bldg. 5346-122
Phone: +45 8715 6148

Kim Halskov

Professor with Special Responsiblities
Email:
Office: bldg. 5335-255
Phone: +45 8716 1982
Mobile: +45 28992251

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