The PhD Programme “Human Centred Communication and Informatics” (HCCI) follows the guidelines of the Doctoral School of the Humanities. The HCCI doctoral programme facilitates challenging interdisciplinary research drawing together theories and methods from the areas of communication, psychology and informatics at Aalborg University.
Human Centered Communication and Informatics
PhD Programme in Human Centered Communication and Informatics (HCCI)
Latest PhD Theses
Ph.d.-afhandling ved Leo Komischke-Konnerup: Gentagelsens pædagogik
Denne afhandling prøver at udvikle et alment pædagogisk – og derfor også et pædagogisk afgrænset – bidrag til spørgsmålet om, hvordan alle unge kan deltage meningsfuldt i undervisning og uddannelse.
PhD Thesis by María Dolores Castro-Rojas
This thesis aims to identify and understand key elements that might be included in designing suitable learning interventions for enabling older adults using information and communication technologies (ICT) (i.e. computers, mobile devices and applications) for enhancing cognitive activity, increasing social interaction, and promoting successful and active aging.
PhD Thesis by Sarai Løkkegaard: Disseminating Scientific Knowledge to Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
The aim of this thesis is to examine, develop and evaluate the dissemination of scientific knowledge between university and industry, specifically small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
PhD Thesis by Jens Dinesen Strandbech: Humanoid Robots for Health and Welfare
This dissertation takes an exploratory approach to investigating the interactions between the functionally designed socially assistive robot Telenoid and elderly persons with severe dementia.
23.05.2018 at 01.00 PM - 23.05.2018 at 04.00 PM
Ph.d.-forsvar ved Leo Komischke-Konnerup
Leo Komischke-Konnerup forsvarer sin ph.d.-afhandling: Gentagelsens pædagogik. En almen pædagogisk undersøgelse af pædagogisk praksis for unge med særlige behov.
28.05.2018 at 01.00 PM - 28.05.2018 at 04.00 PM
PhD Defence by María Dolores Castro-Rojas
María Dolores Castro-Rojas will defend her PhD thesis: Using Information and Communication Technologies to Facilitate Cognitive Activity and Social Interaction Among Older Costa Ricans.
PhD courses and research seminars
10.10.2018 - 12.10.2018
PhD course: Aesthetics and Aestheticization Processes in late Modernity
The following course addresses on a humanistic, interdisciplinary basis primarily PhD-students who work with aesthetics, aestheticization, and creativity with point of departure in or in relation to media- and/or communicational matters of a psychological, sociological artistic or engineering nature.