• Helsingforsgade 14, 5347, 035

    8200 Aarhus N

    Denmark

  • Åbogade 34, 5347, 035

    8200 Aarhus N

    Denmark

20022024

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Research

Professor Iversen is internationally recognized for his research on child-computer interaction. His research has focused on children's computational empowerment  denoting the process in which children, as individuals and groups, develop the skills, insights and reflexivity needed to understand digital technology and its effect on their lives and society at large, and their capacity to engage critically, curiously and constructively with the construction and deconstruction of technology.

External positions

Visiting Scholar, Stanford University

20 Sept 20164 Jan 2017

Honorary Visiting Professor, University of Technology Sydney

1 Sept 20158 Dec 2017

Keywords

  • Aesthetic interaction
  • User participation in systems development (participatory design)
  • Design as learning
  • Design processes
  • Children and IT
  • Interaction design
  • Interactive rooms, buildings and urban environments
  • IT support for cooperation (CSCW)
  • Experience-oriented IT
  • Adaptive design
  • Digital and physical spaces
  • Comprehensive technology
  • Pervasive Computing
  • Technology with learning potential
  • Development psychology

Areas of expertise

  • Child-Computer Interaction
  • Interaction Design
  • AI literacy
  • Participatory Design

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