I’m a computer scientist, with research interests in human-computer interaction, psychology, and data science. My research is about understanding user behavior of computer systems, and what this can tell us about humans more broadly. My work entails designing and conducting experiments with human participants, and modeling the interaction using statistical and machine learning techniques. I’m studying, and ultimately aiming at improving, how to conduct empirical research in computer science. I utilize a range of technologies such as extended reality, mobile interfaces, and crowdsourcing to evaluate, understand, and improve interactions between humans and computers. I am a fan of open science and reproducibility.

Mini Bio
I’m an Associate Professor in Human-Centered Data Science at the Department of Digital Design at IT University of Copenhagen. Before, I was a Postdoc at the Department of Psychology at University of Copenhagen, working with Guido Makransky. I received my PhD in computer science in 2019 from Department of Computer Science at University of Copenhagen, supervised by Kasper Hornbæk. During fall 2017 I visited Pattie Maes‘ group Fluid Interfaces at MIT Media Lab. I regularly publish in top technical HCI venues, such as CHI, UIST, and TOCHI, in addition to general psychology and science journals.

Write me at asmo@itu.dk or call me at +45 27647016. You can also find me on LinkedIn, Twitter, or Github.