Hans H. K. Sønderstrup-Andersen
  • Universitetsvej 1, 03.1-NE

    DK-4000 Roskilde


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Hans H. K. Sønderstrup-Andersens Ph.D. project focused on social coordination practices and interactional artifacts in the documentation of engineering design – topics related to the areas of Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), and Human Computer Interaction (HCI). At the Sociological Department at Lancaster University, UK Hans worked as a visiting research assistant focusing on studies of air traffic control. At the Technological Institute in Denmark he worked as a project manager within evaluation of home automation and facility management systems and research on flexible work, distance work and cooperative buildings. At Risø National Laboratory he has carried out several social practice studies in the following areas: Aviation, car manufacturing, engineering design, heath care, and internet based interface technologies. Hans took part in CHMI (Centre for Human-Machine Interaction) established by the Danish National Research Foundation. The focus was on the synthesis and further development of theories, methods and models within HCI and CSCW. In 2005 he was appointed as an expert in a technology foresight project funded by The Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation on perspectives, possibilities and consequences of the development and utilization of cognitively advanced robots. Furthermore, Hans has worked with both qualitative and quantitative working environment studies, mainly focusing management practises and organisational safety culture issues. Currently Hans focuses on working life studies on subjectivity, social practices and technology. A special focus in on tool based social coordination processes in complex work settings.


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