Tutkijatohtori Annika Wolff

E-mail: Annika.Wolff@lut.fi
Uploaded on: 16/03/2021

Current Organisation

Research Interest
Annika Wolff is an assistant professor whose research is in the newly emerging field of human-data interaction, at the intersection between complex data, machine and human learning. Her research focuses on engaging people with data, such as from smart cities, and in supporting non-experts in designing products and services that use data. She has expertise in using inquiry-based methods and co-creation, in developing applications of data science and in the use of tangibles, creativity and games to support learning. She has previously led work in developing and piloting new methods for teaching data literacy skills in UK primary and secondary schools and in understanding how open data can be utilized in education. She has many years of experience working within UK and European funded projects, combining applications of data science to human understanding. She has published in a number of international journals and is an active member of research communities related to community-based innovation and HCI.

Projects as Principal Investigator
Building the Civic DataScape (01/09/2020 - 31/08/2023)
Funder: Academy of Finland
SciberCity (01/12/2019 - 30/09/2020)
Funder: European Commission

Projects as Co-Investigator
Participatory Communication of Science (01/01/2020 - 31/12/2022)
Funder: European Commission
Cross-Border Dimensions of Disruptive Information Technologies (01/04/2019 - 31/03/2022)
Funder: Other International

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Human Values and Digital Citizen Science Interactions (2021)
A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Palacin Victoria, Ferrario Maria Angela, Hsieh Gary, et al.
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies
ACM SIGCHI annual conference on human factors in computing systems
The Importance of Creative Practices in Designing More-Than-Human Cities (2021)
A3 Book section, chapters in research books
Wolff Annika, Pässilä Anne, Knutas Antti, et al.
Handbook of Smart Cities
Children in 2077: Designing Children's Technologies in the Age of Transhumanism (2020)
A4 Conference proceedings
Buruk Oğuz, Özcan Oğuzhan, Baykal Gökçe Elif, et al.
CHI EA '20: Extended Abstracts of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
IoT Protocol Selection for Smart Grid Applications: Merging Qualitative and Quantitative Metrics (2020)
A4 Conference proceedings
Ullah Mehar, Kakakhel Syed Rameez Ullah, Westerlund Tomi, et al.
2020 43rd International Convention on Information, Communication and Electronic Technology (MIPRO)
Local Solutions with Global Reach — Can Civic Tech Benefitfrom Open Source Software Ecosystem Practises?2020
D3 Professional conference proceedings
Knutas Antti, Palacin Victoria, Wolff Annika, et al.
Proposal, outcome and position papers of the 23rd ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW 2020) workshop
Supporting smart citizens: design templates for co-designing data-intensive technologies (2020)
A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Wolff Annika, Barker Matthew, Hudson Lorraine, et al.
Twenty-one key factors to choose an IoT platform: Theoretical framework and its applications (2020)
A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Ullah Mehar, Nardelli Pedro Juliano, Wolff Annika, et al.
IEEE Internet of Things Journal
What prevents Finnish women from applying to software engineering roles? A preliminary analysis of survey data (2020)
A4 Conference proceedings
Wolff Annika, Knutas Antti, Savolainen Paula
International Conference on Software Engineering
ICSE-SEET '20: Proceedings of the ACM/IEEE 42nd International Conference on Software Engineering: Software Engineering Education and Training
Civic Data Literacies for Bottom-up Data Innovation (2019)
A4 Conference proceedings
Wolff Annika, Knutas Antti, Palacin Victoria, et al.
C&T '19 Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Communities & Technologies - Transforming Communities
Exploring design principles for data literacy activities to support children's inquiries from complex data (2019)
A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Wolff Annika, Wermelinger Michel, Petre Marian
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies

Last updated on 2021-16-03 at 09:05