I’m a Danish computer scientist, with research interests in human-computer interaction, psychology, and data science. I design, conduct, and analyze computerized experiments to study human behavior; and conversely, I employ cognitive and social psychological theory to develop human-centered computing. 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.
I’m an Assistant 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.