People contributing to research on user, interaction and knowledge modeling
Research is performed in an international, multi-professional and creative research environment, where end user representatives and stakeholders are actively participating in the design and modeling work.
|Computer Science Researchers|
Helena Lindgren, PhD, Associate Professor (Docent), Director
Main interests are intelligent and personalised knowledge-based support systems for work and leisure activities.
Lars-Erik Janlert, PhD, Professor Emeritus
Main interests are knowledge representation and philosophical aspects of AI.
Juan Carlos Nieves, PhD, Researcher
Main interests are knowledge representation and reasoning with uncertain and incomplete information.
Rebecka Janols, PhD, affiliated postdoctoral researcher, project leader at the eHealth department, VLL.
Main research focus is on computer-supported behaviour change, personalisation and adaptation to individuals' levels of motivation; and implementation of EHRs.
Esteban Guerrero, PhD, Postdoctoral researcher
Main interests are activity recognition and socially intelligent autonomous systems.
Madeleine Blusi, PhD, postdoctoral researcher (postdoc)
Research focus is new adaptive technology for providing personalised computer-based support for activities to promote social inclusion of older people in sparsley populated areas.
Johannes Oetsch, PhD,
Postdoctoral Researcher in autonomous systems that recognise, explain, and predict complex human activities.
Main interests are human-agent dialogues and cooperative decision making in personalised decision-support systems for the health domain.
Jayalakshmi Baskar, PhLic, Doctoral Student
Main interests are ambient assisted living technology, digital cognitive companions and personalised behaviour change systems for promoting health.
Timotheus Kampik, Doctoral student
Socially intelligent systems for human-agent collaboration.
Nazanin Fouladgar, Doctoral student
Socially intelligent systems for person-adapted digital coaching.
Monika Jingar, Doctoral student
User interfaces for person-adapted, socially intelligent digital coaching.
Linus Lindgren, Research Engineer
Ming-Hsi Lu, visiting doctoral student
|HAI-Lab - the Laboratory for Research on Human-AI Interaction, Collaboration and Cooperation can be found in room C420 at the top floor in the MIT Building. The lab contains a smart home environment and a number of prototype applications for different purposes related to autonomous and interactive computer-based support in every day work and leisure activities. Here you can also find our master thesis students, summer workers (if summer) and NAO robots Neja and Njao.|
|NAO Robots: (READ MORE)||
Summer Workers 2013: (READ MORE)
|Some of our Collaborators|
|Universidad Polytechnica Cataluna (UPC), Barcelona||
Prof. Ulises Cortés, KEML-group at Universidat Polytechnica de Cataluna (UPC)
Dr. Cristian Barrué, KEML-group at Universidat Polytechnica de Cataluna (UPC)
|Salamanca University||Prof. Juan Manuel Corchado, the BISITE group|
|Technical University of Madrid||Assoc. Prof. Javier Bajo Pérez, Department of Artifical Intelligence, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid|
|Technical University of Valencia||Prof. Vicente Julian, Dr. Stella Heras, Artificial Intelligence group, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia|
|Experts and Researchers in Application Domains|
|Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Nursing: Supporting Ageing People in their Daily Life, and supporting their Health Professionals in work tasks|
|Prof. Lillemor Lundin-Olsson is a professor in physiotherapy, affiliated with the Department of Community Medicine and Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy division. Prof. Lundin-Olsson explores older adults' ability to walk in a safe way, and develops methods including technology for facilitate training in every day living for the older adults. She is the director of the research project Säkra Steg (Safe Step).|
|Assoc. Prof. Ingeborg Nisson is a senior lecturer in Occupational Therapy and works as a senior research fellow at the research institute Ageing and Living Conditions (ALC). Her primary research interest is in the field of older people, their engagement in meaningful activities and effects of such engagement on health and participation. Dr Nilsson is principal investigator in several projects, which aim to understand meaningful activities, develop strategies (e.g., use of technology) to support engagement and evaluate activity-based interventions. Dr Nilsson is the director of the research group UME-ACT.|
|Assoc. Prof. Karin Wadell, is affiliated with the Department of Community Medicine and Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy division and the Umeå University Hospital, Västerbotten County Council. Her primary interest is in training and its effects for people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). She leads research projects which aim to develop ICT-based instruments where KOL-Kollen is one example.|
|Dr. Marlene Sandlund is an assistant lecturer (biträdande lektor) at the Department of Community Medicine and Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy division. Dr. Sandlund's research interests include using technology for training and improving ability.|
|Caroline Fischl, doctoral student and adjunkt at the Department of Community Medicine and Rehabilitation, Occupational Therapy division. Caroline's research studies focuses on computer-supported social activities in the daily life of older adults. She investigates health, well-being and inclusion as potential effects of personalised support systems and is the director of the research project Social Participation Online (SPO).|
|Umeå University||Beatrice Pettersson, doctoral student at the Department of Community Medicine and Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy division.|
|Glasgow Caledonian University||Prof. Dawn Skelton, School of Health and Life Sciences, Glasgow Caledonian University|
|Luleå Technical University|
|Swedish Brainpower, Karolinska Institute||Prof. Louise Nygård, Department of Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society (NVS), Occupational Therapy Division, Karolinska Institute|
|Gothenburg University||Assoc. Prof. Helle Wijk, Institute of Health and Care Sciences, Gothenburg University, the Sahlgrenska Academy|
|Umeå University, Umeå University Hospital, Västerbotten County Council||Prof. Gösta Bucht and Assoc. Prof. Sture Eriksson, Geriatric Centre (NUS) and the Department of Community Medicine and Rehabilitation, Geriatric division|
|Karlstad University||Prof. Anna Stigsdotter-Neely, Department for Social and Psychology Studies|
|Swedish Brainpower, Karolinska Institute||
Prof. Anders Wimo, Nordanstig Health Centre
Prof. Maria Eriksdotter, KI
|Occupational and Family Medicine|
Umeå University and Jämtland County Council
Dr. Malin Sjöström, Family Medicine, Department of Public Health and Clinical Medicine
|Umeå University and Umeå University Hospital||Prof. Bengt Järvholm, Prof. Ronnie Lundström and Assoc. Prof. Lage Burström, Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Department of Public Health and Clinical Medicine|
|Ethnology and Human-Machine Interaction|
|Johan Hallqvist, is a doctoral student in ethnology at the Department of Culture and Media Studies and the Graduate School of Gender Studies at Umeå University. His research focus is on Crossing borders of (human) friendship – a critical friendship study of gender, age and humanity in alternative friendship relations. His ethnographic fieldwork will study friendships involving humans & non-humans – humans & animals and humans & robots – to understand how discourses of humanity, animality and robotity is discursively negotiated in alternative friendship relations.|
|Sports Science and Pedagogy|
|Umeå University||Prof. Tor Söderström, Department of Education and Director of the School of Sports Science, Stefan Sandlund|
|Collaborators in Public and Industry Organisations|
|Region Västerbotten||Magnus Rudehäll, e-Health Strategist, Lars Eriksson|
|Västerbotten County Council||
Dr. Christina Igasto, e-Health strategist, director of the e-health unit at Västerbotten County Council
Thomas Molén, tele-medicine strategist
|Norrbotten County Council||Ingela Johansson|
|Ibaraki Medical Association, Japan||
Dr. Shuzo Nakajima, Chairman of the Senior Citizens Committee, Ibaraki Medical Association
Dr. Yusuke Kishikawa, Azumino Hospital
Dr. Sonoda, Aino Hospital
Dr. Sugino, Primary Care Clinic
|Bucheon Medical Center, Korea||
Dr. Daein Kang,
Dr. Ok Ryun Moon
|Boliden Mineral AB||Dr. Vagn Englyst|
|Former Members of the Research Group|
Christina Igasto, PhD, e-Health strategist, director of the e-health unit at Västerbotten County Council
Dipak Surie, PhD, founder and owner of Smartmiljös AB
Farahnaz Yekeh, doctoral student in Australia