I’m a D.Sc. (Tech) and an assistant professor in software construction working with the software engineering group at the LUT University. My research interests involve computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW), non-traditional software engineering processes of digital services, and the design of community-driven socio-technical systems from a software engineering perspective. The design of software that promotes community engagement and collaboration e.g. with gamification is most recent application area of socio-technical system design which I have worked on. My research methods include both qualitative and quantitative approaches, and I aims to provide prescriptive, actionable knowledge that will inform the future design of such systems or their software construction processes. I also work with the Dublin City University’s BIGroup research team.
You can find more information about my current projects in this website, from my list of publications or in the following pages.
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