The paper "Sustainable Foodtures: Exploring Roles of Future Technology in Sustainable Food Shopping" with Martin Lindrup, Mikael B Skov, Dimitrios Raptis, and Rob Comber," has been accepted to NordiCHI 2022!
My paper "Robots as a Place for Socializing: Influences of Collaborative Robots on Social Dynamics In- and Outside the Production Cell” with Eike, Kristina, and Mikael has been accepted to Proceedings of the ACM: Human Computer Interaction (PACM HCI) and the ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW’22). This work is based on another fieldwork in Danish manufacturing companies using collaborative robots (cobots)
New publication! EunJeong Cheon, Eike Schneiders, Mikael B. Skov. “Working with Bounded Collaboration: A Qualitative Study on How Collaboration is Co-Constructed around Collaborative Robots in Industry” (2022) Proceedings of the ACM: Human Computer Interaction (PACM HCI). The ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW’22).
---this work is based on my fieldwork in Danish manufacturing companies that use collaborative robots.
I am co-organizing a panel at 4S (Society for Social Studies of Science) called "Community-Robot Reconfigurations: Living and Working Amidst Autonomy" with Elliott Hauser, Justin W Hart, and Swapna Joshi.
The paper "Configuring Humans: What Roles Humans Play in HRI Research” has been accepted to ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI'2022). This paper holds a special place in my heart and that of my dear co-author Hee Rin. We began drafting this paper in 2016, and then continued to revise it until 2020. This paper took a long time to complete, but it will be one of the papers that I am most proud of. (the camera-ready version file is attached here)
Workshop Co-organizing: RO-MAN'21 ("Design-Centered HRI and Governance"), CSCW'21 (Human-Machine Partnerships in the Future of Work)
Panel co-organizing: 4S'21 ("#TechOtherwise: Now is the time to Defund Big Tech and Refund Community)
Serving as an Associate Chair (AC): CHI'22, HRI'22
Teaching Fall'21: Human-centered Design (IST341)
The paper "Non-Dyadic Interaction: A Literature Review of 15 Years of HRI Conference Publications” has been accepted to ACM Transactions on Human-Robot Interaction (THRI). This paper is with colleagues at my previous institution, AAU
The paper "One Byte at a Time: Insights about Meaningful Data for Sustainable Food Consumption Practices" has been accepted to the DIS'21. This work was from the project where I've co-advised Martin Lindrup (PhD student) with Mikael B Skov and Dimitrios Raptis
It's live! In collaboration with Lucy Suchman, Andrew Clement, Wolmet Barendregt, Christoph Becker, Pedro Reynolds-Cuéllar, Douglas Schuler, we are excited to release our report <<Defund Big Tech, Refund Community: Anti-Trust is Not Enough, Another Tech is Possible>> https://techotherwise.pubpub.org/defund-big-tech
I am excited to be serving on the Program Committee for DIS'21 as an associate chair (Change & Theory Track).
I am also privileged to serve as a Community co-chair for GROUP'22 and help create inclusivity and diversity in our community. Doug and I are open to having any suggestion or fun idea for (hopefully) the first post-pandemic in-person conference :-)
I am thrilled to announce that my paper "Jarvis in Motion: A Research Artifact for Circulating Lifestyle Values in Public" has been accepted in CSCW'21! I thank my collaborators Norman and Shenshen.
Our workshop "Collective Organizing and Social Responsibility at CSCW" was successfully done! Thanks everyone!
I also just joined the Human Robot Interaction initiative research group at AAU
I passed my final dissertation defense! I will be joining the CS faculty in Human-Centered Computing at Aalborg University as an assistant professor this fall
I am thrilled to announce that I will co-organize the CHI 2020 workshop with these amazing researchers: Michael Muller, Jeffrey Bardzell, Norman Makoto Su, Eric P.S. Baumer, Casey Fiesler, Ann Light and Mark Blythe. The workshop title is "Understanding the Past, Present, and Future of Design Fictions”