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Interested in the design of ICT-enabled interventions in work systems and the bearing of digital technology on people and organizations. Research within three key themes: a) studies on the dynamics and governance of information infrastructures, b) studies on the appropriation and use of information technology through a practice lens, and c) design-oriented studies with a sensitivity to user perspectives. A common focus across themes: data-driven value creation and the distribution of control over data (empirically studied mostly within healthcare). A brief CV can be found here.
Teaching both in our undergraduate and graduate programs:
and contributing to:
PhD, Department of Industrial Management and Operational Research, National Technical University of Athens, Greece (2012)
MSc, Department of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, School of Engineering, Columbia University, USA (1997)
Engineering Diploma (Siv.ing.), Department of Production Engineering & Management, Technical University of Crete, Greece (1995)
Publishing in leading IS journals and conferences. Co-edited an open-access book on Information Infrastructures for eHealth. Serving as Co-Editor for the Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems.
Detailed list of publications presented below.
AI4Users: Project manager and PI (2020-2024). The project is funded by the Norwegian Research Council and carried out by a partnership of three research institutions (UiA-leader, UiO, NTNU). AI4Users aims to strengthen the Responsible Use of Artificial Intelligence in public service delivery. The project takes a human-centred perspective for the development of tools and design principles to help users trust AI solutions. The novelty of AI4Users is that it targets specifically non-experts extending the reach of research beyond AI experts and data scientists.
Frida@Work: Workpackage leader and manager for UiA´s part (2020-2021). The project is funded by the Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administation (NAV) and carried out by a partnership of three research institutions (UiO-leader, UiA, NTNU). The focus of UiA´s part is on the interaction and handovers between NAV´s chatbot Frida and service employees.
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