Airi LampinenSenior lecturer
I am an Associate Professor (Docent) in Human-Computer Interaction and a co-leader of the Stockholm Technology and Intearction Research group. I am also a Docent in Social Psychology at the University of Helsinki and serve on the steering committee of the ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing.
I teach in the Design & Information Society course that is offered as a parft of the Masters program on Designing Creative and Immersive Technologies.
I also supervise Bachelor and Masters theses, primarily in the domains of Human–Computer Interaction and Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and especially projects that are empirically oriented and apply qualitative research methods.
My research interests include interpersonal and economic aspects of networked platforms and algorithmic systems. I have published extensively in the areas of Human-Computer Interaction and Computer-Supported Cooperative Work.
Currently, I am co-PI of the WASP-HS project Ethics as Enacted through Movement – Shaping and Being Shaped by Autonomous Systems. I am also part of the Digital Futures faculty and co-lead two projects within the centre: Layering Trust in Intimate Digital Health Technologies and the Digital Futures Drone Arena.