Lars Rune Christensen
Lars is Associate Professor, PhD and Head of TiP. His research is focused on the intersection between information technology, anthropology, and ethnography and is mostly published within the area of Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW). Current focus is on developing a systematic, conceptual foundation for understanding, designing and implementing computational artifacts in cooperative work. The research is based on empirical studies of how practitioners understand, develop, and use material artifacts in work practices within health care, the building process, and global interaction. Lars Rune Christensen is the author of the book ‘The Coordination of the Building Process: An Ethnographic Perspective’ published 2013 on Springer publishers. In addition, his research also includes work on welfare technologies for example in the context of providing senior citizens the opportunity to stay longer in their own homes.