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
PhD Thesis by Thomas Trøst Hansen: The Impacts of Academic Events
This PhD dissertation explores the impact of academic events such as congresses, conferences, symposia, and meetings. More specifically, the focus is on the academic impact for individual attendees and chairs.
Kreativitet er ikke kun noget, der foregår i hjernen
En ny ph.d.-afhandling om hvordan kreativitet fungerer i musikalske sammenhænge peger på, at kreativitet ikke kun er noget, der foregår inde i hjernen. I afhandlingen har Dan Hvidtfeldt sammen med Roskilde Festivallen undersøgt de kreative processer, der finder sted på festivallen. Her peger han på, at kreativitet i denne sammenhæng er en proces, der kræver et musikalsk engagement med den materielle kontekst, som arbejdet foregår i.
PhD Thesis by Dan Hvidtfeldt: Creativity as a Musical Practice
This PhD dissertation has been developed in collaboration with Roskilde Festival with the overall purpose of promoting a theoretically and empirically informed understanding of creativity, which is relevant for the ongoing organisational, musical and artistic development of Roskilde Festival.
PhD Thesis by Mirna Isabel Rivera Garcia
This research provides a theoretical and practical understanding of the use of information and communication technology (ICT) and pedagogical practices in a classroom in a public school in an underprivileged context. This study examines the contradictions and constraints of the current teacher–student interactions and proposes a different way to engage children as the center of the learning process by introducing problem/project-based learning (PBL) principles into lesson design.