- Malmö University
- Jeanette Eriksson
Areas of application I like to work with are health and well-being. I am interested in how digital artifacts can be designed to promote health and well-being in a way that is motivating over time. My research can be summed in two main areas: 1. Learning and training in combination with digital technology. 2. End-User Development with focus on tailoring and customization. Use is always associated with some kind of learning and in order to maintain interest, digital technology needs to be adapted over time.
I like to work (but not exclusively) with game-like artifacts. This may be in combination with sensors, for example psychophysiological or location-based sensors.
I am also interested in the possibilities of smart textiles and clothing to promote health and well-being.
2019 | Conference paper
A reminder system for independence in dementia care: a case study in an assisted living facility
Karl-Ebbe Jönsson, Kajsa Ornstein, Jonas Christensen, Jeanette Eriksson
2018 | Artistic output
Forskarnas galleri #5: People have the power: IOTAP on exhibit
Lotti Dorthé, Annsofie Olsson, Daniel Spikol, Romina Spalazzese, Per Linde, Sara Leckner, Nancy Russo, Jeanette Eriksson, Jan Persson, Johan Holmberg, Carl Magnus Olsson, Maria Brandström, Åsa Tosting, Per Egevad, Anneli Svensson, Richard Topgaard
2018 | Article in journal
Using the Internet of Things to Support Emotional Health
Jeanette Eriksson, Nancy L Russo, Javier Marin
2018 | Conference paper
Small Steps: Improving Healthcare with Local Innovation
Nancy L Russo, Jeanette Eriksson, Sue Harden Mugelli, Javier Marin
2018 | Chapter in book
The Internet of Things and People in Healthcare
Nancy L Russo, Jeanette Eriksson
The Legal Right to Participate: Evaluation of the Potential for Digital Tools to Empower Children in Social Services
Welfare Technology of Knowledge Transfer: Cross-Community Knowledge Sharing (TechKnow)
AgeSam – Aging and Demographic Changes in late modern society
Internet of Things and People Research Profile