Richard Paluch is a PhD Student at the University of Siegen, Germany. His research focuses on the robotization of care. Possibilities and limits of robotic systems for nursing are analyzed and standards for reasoning and assessment are developed for people in need of care.
Dr. Katerina Cerna is a HCI lecturer at the Division of Human-computer interaction, Gothenburg University, Sweden. She has a longstanding interest in combining learning and PD, especially in enabling citizens in co-creating their own solutions and the necessary knowledge they need to develop to do so. Currently she is exploring these topics in the fields of HCI, sustainability and well-being.
Dr. Mohammad Obaid is an Associate Professor of HCI and the Head of the Interaction Design Unit at Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden. He worked at several international research centers including the Human Centered Multimedia Lab (Germany), HITLab NZ (New Zealand), and the Social Robotics Lab (Sweden). Dr. Obaid is one of the founders of the Applied Robotics Group at Chalmers University of Technology. He also (co-)authored of over 78 publications within the areas of his research interests on Human-Robot Interaction and Human-Computer Interaction.
Dr. Galina Volkova is Junior Research Fellow. Among her main professional interests – features of researchers and engineers as a specific group of highly qualified knowledge workers (including those involved in robotics), their skill sets and lifelong learning patterns.
Michael Seidler is a PhD student at the Institute for Social Science Research (ISF Munich, Germany). His research focuses on work, human-machine interaction as well as learning and development. He is particularly interested in thinking about how a human-machine interaction could systematically promote informal workplace learning for human and non-human actors.
Tim Weiler is a research associate at the Information Systems Department, especially IT for the Ageing Society at the University of Siegen, Germany. His research focuses on PD and Co-Creation in health care. Hybrid interaction systems for maintaining health even in exceptional situations are analyzed and a framework for co-creative methods is to be defined.
Prof. Dr. Claudia Müller is an Assistant Professor of Socio-Informatics, specializing in “IT for the ageing society” at the University of Siegen, Germany. Her expertise is PD with and for older adults, vulnerable user groups and local communities. She is representative chairwoman of the commission of the Eighth Federal Government Report on Older People.
May 3rd, 2022
Notification of Acceptance
May 6th, 2022
Workshop @ ECSCW
June 27th, 2022
June 27th – July 1st, 2022
ECSCW 2022 – Registration
ECSCW 2022 – Program