Context: research project at the University of Copenhagen
Duration: August 2014 – January 2016
Contribution: researcher and developer, working in collaboration with Andreas Johansen, Frederik Lauridsen, Konstantin Slavin-Borovskij, and Prof. Troels Mønsted
Outcomes: qualified for the University of Copenhagen Innovation Hub, the highest grade in 2 courses, and 3 publications
Innosund was a research study of the distributed coordination in Danish care centers. Conducted the research project at the Health Informatics group, Department of computer science, University of Copenhagen. The activities started as a research project, took a startup turn, and then returned to being a research project.
Contribution: researcher and developer
- Performed fieldwork, observations, participatory design, prototyping in 3 care centres (15+ people interviewed collectively by the team).
- Co-designed and implemented a high-fidelity and high-accuracy prototype turned pilot project.
- Framework: Node.js, Sails.js.
- Storage: MongoDB.
Outcomes: innovation hub, highest grade, and publications
- Innosund qualified for the UCPH innovation hub by selection.
- Obtained the grade 12/12 for the initial project in the IT Innovation and Change course at the University of Copenhagen.
- Obtained the grade 12/12 for the continuation of the project in the Topics in Innovation course at the University of Copenhagen.
- Published our results as a paper, workshop, and poster at three international conference, two of them being leading venues in the fields of Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) cscw and Information Systems (IS).