Åsa Cajander is a professor of human-computer interaction and does research mainly in IT and work. She is one of the research leaders of the Human Technology and Organisations research group.
Åsa Cajander is also the Adviser to the Vice Chancellor on Equal Opportuntities, and one of the university's Distinguished University Teachers.
Academic merits: Docent, Excellent teacher
Keywords: arbetsmiljö usability professional competencies ehealth agile user centred design software engineering work engagement it global software engineering learning digital arbetsmiljö ehealth services for patients sustainable development
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- Uppsala Computing Education Group: http://www.it.uu.se/research/group/upcerg
- Our research blog about gender in technology driven areas: The NordWit Nordic Centre of Excellence: http://www.gender.uu.se/nordwit
One primary research focus pertains to the requisite knowledge and comprehension necessary for the effective utilization of IT systems and the establishment of a conducive digital working environment. Within this domain, the research inquiries revolve around the perspectives of system developers regarding system development, the competencies they must acquire, and the strategies for their skill enhancement.
Another central area of investigation centres on the methodologies employed in system development projects to ensure the utility and supportive capacity of the systems. Research within this sphere encompasses the methodologies for user engagement in Scrum projects, the utilization of vision seminars in systems development, and the implementation of new systems to mitigate adverse effects on the work environment.
Furthermore, I research the intersection of AI and the digital work environment across diverse sectors such as healthcare, IT, and aviation. This research endeavours to elucidate how AI technologies impact and enhance the digital working environment within these domains, contributing valuable insights to their evolution and optimization.
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