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Research team

Six danish universities working together

Sine Nørholm Just
Professor
Sine Nørholm Just is a professor of strategic communication at the Department of Communication and Arts, Roskilde University. Sine is the principal investigator of the ADD-project, and she heads the subproject on the use of data and algorithms in personal and public decisions on issues of health.
Torben Elgaard Jensen
Professor
Torben Elgaard Jensen is a professor of techno-anthropology at the Department of Culture and Learning, Aalborg University. In the ADD-project, Torben leads the work package on theory development, and he is responsible for the subproject on privacy and cybersecurity. Torben has researched innovation, knowledge production and user involvement in various contexts.
Christina Lioma
Professor
Christina Lioma is a professor of computer science and head of the Machine Learning Section at the Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen. Christina heads the methodological work package of the ADD-project. She researches algorithmic modelling, develop, and evaluation and has received several international awards for her work with applied AI.
Helene Friis Ratner
Associate professor
Helene Friis Ratner is an associate professor in education studies at the Danish School of Education, Aarhus University. She co-leads the empirical work package of the ADD-project and is responsible for the subproject on the use of predictive algorithms in public administration.
Leonard Seabrooke
Professor
Leonard Seabrooke is a professor of international political economy and economic sociology at the Department of Organization, Copenhagen Business School. He co-leads the empirical work package of the ADD-project and is responsible for the subproject on the use of data and algorithms in the fields of finance and insurance.
Alf Rehn
Professor
Alf Rehn is a professor of innovation, design and management at the Department of Technology and Innovation, University of Southern Denmark. In the ADD-project, Alf heads the subproject on the uses of algorithms, data and AI within the fields of innovation, technological development and management. His research interests include the power-knowledge relations in novel technologies.
Maria Maistro
Tenure track assistant professor
Maria Maistro is a tenure track assistant professor at the Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen. Maria has a PhD in computer science from the University of Padua, and has held post.doc. positions at the universities of Padua and Copenhagen. In the ADD-project Maria co-leads the work package on methodology.
David Budtz Pedersen
Professor
David Budtz Pedersen is a professor of Science Communication and Director of the Humanomics Research Centre in Copenhagen, Denmark. His research focuses on evidence-informed policy-making, science advice and impact assessment. David is the knowledge broker of the ADD-project, and he heads the integration between research and outreach.
Morten Heuser
PhD
Morten Heuser is PhD in the ADD-project, where he in association with Torben Elgaard Jensen and colleagues from Aalborg University TANTlab will investigate it-infrastructure projects with impact on citizens private life and cyber security.
Prins Marcus Valiant Lantz
Post.doc
Prins Marcus Valiant Lantz is post.doc at the Department of Communication and Arts, Roskilde University. Marcus works with professor Sine Nørholm Just on the project: “Issues of Datafied Health”. The project investigates the use of algortihms in personal and public health decisions.
Ida Schrøder
Post.doc
Ida Schrøder is post.doc at the Department for Education Studies, DPU, Århus University. Ida works closely with Helene Ratner on the project Public Administration and Prediction. The project investigates the development and use of predictive algorithms as support in decision-making in public administration.
Rolf Hvidtfeldt
Assistant Professor
Rolf Hvidtfeldt is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy of Science and Research Evaluation at the Humanomics Research Centre in Copenhagen, Denmark. His research is mainly focused on interdisciplinary science, data-based science, and assessment of the societal impact of research. Rolf works with David Budtz Pedersen on the integration between research and outreach.
Mathieu Jacomy
Post.doc.
Mathieu Jacomy is a post doc in the ADD project. Together with Torben Elgaard Jensen, he and his colleagues from the TANTlab at Aalborg University will develop the datasprint method that will support the empirical subprojects in ADD.
Anders Kristian Munk
Associate professor
Anders Kristian Munk is associated with the ADD project. Together with Torben Elgaard Jensen, he and his colleagues from the TANTlab at Aalborg University will develop the datasprint method that will support the empirical subprojects in ADD.
Anders Koed Madsen
Associate professor
Anders Koed Madsen is associated with the ADD project. Together with Torben Elgaard Jensen, he and his colleagues from the TANTlab at Aalborg University will develop the datasprint method that will support the empirical subprojects in ADD.
Andreas Birkbak
Associate professor
Andreas Birkbak is associated with the ADD project. Together with Torben Elgaard Jensen, he and his colleagues from the TANTlab at Aalborg University will develop the datasprint method that will support the empirical subprojects in ADD.
Astrid Oberborbeck Andersen
Associate professor
Astrid Oberborbeck Andersen is associated with the ADD project. Together with Torben Elgaard Jensen and Morten Heuser, she will conduct ethnographic investigations of IT-infrastructures and cybersecurity practices.
Johan Irving Søltoft
Research assistent
Johan Irving Søltoft is associated with the ADD project. Together with Torben Elgaard Jensen, he and his colleagues from the TANTlab at Aalborg University will develop the datasprint method that will support the empirical subprojects in ADD.
Nanna Würtz Kristiansen
PhD
Nanna Würtz Kristiansen is PhD student at the Department of Communication and Arts, Roskilde University. Together with Sine Nørholm Just and colleagues, Nanna is investigating the use of data and algorithms in personal and public decisions on issues of health.
Sara Dahlman
Post.doc
Sara Dahlman is post.doc at the Department of Communication and Arts, Roskilde University. Sara works with professor Sine Nørholm Just on the project: “Issues of Datafied Health”. The project investigates the use of algorithms in personal and public health decisions.
Alexander Gamerdinger
PhD
Alexander Gamerdinger is a PhD Fellow at the Department of Organization, Copenhagen Business School. Together with Leonard Seabrooke and colleagues, Alexander investigates the use of data and algorithms in insurance and the economic and social consequences thereof.
Annika Isfeldt
PhD
PhD student Annika Isfeldt will be exploring the use of predictive algorithms in public administration together with the project’s co-PI, Helene Friis Ratner, and colleagues . More specifically, Annika will conduct a range of ethnographic studies in order to study how the introduction of predictive algorithms (re)shape citizens’ trust in the state.
Johann Ole Willers
Post.doc
Johann Ole Willers is post.doc at the Department of Organization, Copenhagen Business School. Ole works with Professor Leonard Seabrooke on the ‘Financial Transparency’ project and investigates the use of data and algorithms in the insurance industry.
Nina Kjar
Research Assistant
Nina Kjar is a part of Institute of Psychology and Communication at Aalborg University Copenhagen. Nina works with David Budtz Pedersen and Rolf Hvidtfeldt researching and facilitating the integration of research and outreach. Focus is on knowledge-brokering, knowledge mobilization and impact-assesment. 
Ib T. Guldbrandsen
Associate professor
Ib T. Gulbrandsen is an associate professor at the Department of Communication and Arts, Roskilde University. In the ADD-project Ib co-leads Roskilde University’s research activities and project management responsibilities.
Jonas Fetteh
Research assistant
Jonas Fetteh is associated with the subproject on the uses of algorithms, data and AI within the fields of innovation, technological development and management. In cooperation with Alf Rehn and colleagues, Jonas researches the influence of algorithmic logics and bias in managerial decision-making to illuminate how artificial intelligence may impact managerial work in the future.
Theresia Veronika Rampisela
PhD
Theresia Veronika Rampisela is a PhD student at the Machine Learning section, Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen. Together with Christina Lioma, Maria Maistro, and Tuukka Ruotsalo, she will investigate data biases and evaluate fairness in recommender systems.
Laura Anna Kocksch
Post.doc
Together with Torben Elgaard Jensen, Laura Anna Kocksch researches Danish SMEs cybersecurity practices by employing ethnographic methods. Along with colleagues in the TANTlab, she crafts data-driven stories and occasions for speculative fabulation.
Jakob Laage-Thomsen
Post.doc
Jakob Laage-Thomsen is postdoc at the Danish School of Education (DPU), Aarhus University. Together with Helene Friis Ratner, he investigates the public sector’s use of predictive algorithms, and how ‘AI expertise’ is involved in changing forms of expertise in public administration.
Hamna Aslam
Researcher
Hamna Aslam is a Computer Scientist, and her research focus on human-computer interaction and digital design. She examines the development processes and usage of digital tools and user needs along with interrelated factors i.e., social attributes, perceptions, and experiences, causing specific behavioral outcomes.
Carl Stefan Roth-Kirkegaard
Post.doc
Carl Stefan Roth-Kirkegaard is postdoc at the department of Technology and Innovation at University of Southern Denmark. Carl Stefan works with Professor Alf Rehn and colleagues to investigate the impact of algorithms and AI in processes of innovation and technological development.