DHT 2.0: PhD seminar in May

2014-05-foto fra ph.d.-seminar

This photo from our PhD seminar in May 2014 has been added to the post after the seminar took place.

18th-20th May, the second PhD course organized by Designing Human Technologies will take place, and we are happy to say that the demand for this course has been very high. All available seats are now filled, and with 20 PhD participants, we are very happy that the course will be even bigger than last years’ seminar.

An outline of the seminar can be seen here: DHT PhD May 2014 Call For Participation

See blog posts from last years’ seminar here: PhD Course May 2013

Again this year, the seminar will be held at Søminestationen; a former naval torpedo test facility, situated in a forest, very close to the fjord Isefjorden. It is just east of the town of Holbæk and one hour drive from Copenhagen Airport.

Besides the 20 PhD students, 12 faculty participants will join the seminar; these are

*Jonas Larsen, Assistant Professor, Roskilde University, Denmark
*Jörn Messeter, Associate Professor, Malmö University
*Gunnar Ellingsen, Professor, University of Tromsø, Norway
*Helena Karasti, Academy of Finland Research Fellow, University of Oulu, Finland
*Marianne Lykke, Professor, Aalborg University, Denmark
*Michael Haldrup, Associate Professor, Roskilde University, Denmark
*Richard Baskerville, Professor, Georgia State University, US
*Sara Eriksén, Professor, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden
*Thomas Binder, Associate Professor, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Denmark
*Vincenzo D’Andrea, Associate Professor, University of Trento, Italy

And the organizers

*Jesper Simonsen, Professor, Roskilde University, Denmark
*Morten Hertzum, Professor, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

For the participants, course material will be available in this drop box: Seminar Drop Box

2 Comments to "DHT 2.0: PhD seminar in May"

  1. Jesper Simonsen says:

    Dear seminar participants (and other interested)

    Please feel free to use this blog to inform and discuss matters of interest regarding the phd-seminar


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