Junior Researchers

In addition to the senior research group, ETHOS Lab is also comprised by a group of talented junior researchers, who work on research projects in the lab and assist with daily operations. See the team of junior researchers below!
Psst! Right now we are recruiting Junior Researchers for the spring semester 2017 - read more here

Bastian Jørgensen


bmjo@itu.dk
Project:
Bastian is currently working on a dashboard showing data on the interaction between citizens and SKAT. So far he has build a webpage that displays comments from users on Twitter and TrustPilot about SKAT. The project is combined with his thesis work.

Cæcilie Sloth Laursen


cael@itu.dk
Project:
Cæcilie works with Benjamin on a project about Data Sprints as an emerging scientific method. They are interested in definitions and practices of data sprints. The research is done through expert interviews with key figures in digital methods labs in Copenhagen.

Per Nagbøl


pena@itu.dk
Project:
Per works with literature in academics. In collaboration with Academic Books, he is looking at the differences in literature used in different programmes and courses across Danish universities.

Adam Pantkowski


apan@itu.dk
Project:
Adam works with Minna on increasing the user friendliness of the open-source project Electricity Map. They hope to achieve this by making a survey that is to be added to the interface of the electricity map. In addition, Adam put his country of origin, Poland, on the map.

Tali Melchior


tame@itu.dk
Project:
Tali investigates gender distribution at the IT University. So far she has created an overview of undergraduate and graduate programmes since 1999, and is looking to include the different staff positions as well. Her motivation for the project is the issue of lack of women in tech.

Benjamin Hervit


bher@itu.dk
Project:
Benjamin works with Cæcilie on a project about Data Sprints as an emerging scientific method. They are interested in definitions and practices of data sprints. The research is done through expert interviews with key figures in digital methods labs in Copenhagen.

Viktor Hargitai


vhar@itu.dk
Project:
Viktor is working in collaboration with the developers of the Leg & Læring App. He is looking to get involved in the test phase to look at the relation between user feedback, ethics of data collection and development processes.

Minna Jensen


msoj@itu.dk
Project:
Minna works with Adam on increasing the user-friendliness of the open-source project Electricity Map. They hope to achieve this by making a survey that is to be added to the interface of the electricity map.

Tiemo Thiess


tith@itu.dk
Project:
Tiemo is investigating how the hashtag #algorithms is used on Twitter in an attempt to figure out how algorithms are being socialised. He is working with Twitter data collected by ETHOS Lab over the course of 7 months which includes around 600.000 tweets.
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