Nomadic Interaction Models
This is not a research project in the traditional sense, instead it is a three-year financial grant for qualification and collaboration, within the framework of Vinnova’s VinnMER; the contributing parties are Vinnova, Södertörn University and Mobile Life VINN Excellence Centre. A central condition of the project is collaboration with a research institute, in this case Mobile Life.
An initial aim of the project was to link to the Mobile Life project 'Generalized interaction models', which later resulted in a number of other projects. The primary issues have come to relate to values-based design, where the aim has been to develop a research agenda that I call norm-critical design.
School of Natural Science, Technology and Environmental Studies
Project start: 2010
Project end: 2013
Financier: Verket för innovationssystems (VINNOVA)
Research linked to the Baltic Sea region and Eastern Europe: No