Nanna Gorm

I’m a Ph.D. candidate at the IT University of Copenhagen. My research focuses on activity tracking devices and how they are used in everyday life. I am especially interested in the introduction of activity tracking devices as part of workplace health and wellness programs, and I have conducted research focusing on both Danish and American workplaces. I enjoy¬†using a mix of observational, interview, survey and photo-elicitation methods.

At ITU I am a member of the Technologies in Practice (TiP) research group, and I am advised by Irina Shklovski.

I have been teaching in the Critical Big Data Management course at ITU, and I enjoy reading and writing about social and societal consequences of our increasingly data-driven lives.


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