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About me

I am a student of human interaction. I am especially interested in how we form a shared understanding of the world and make different things reality through our activities, act them into being. In addition to this general interest, I find myself fascinated by how, alongside speech and other bodily activities, various material features and technological artefacts become part of these processes. My approach to these phenomena is ethnomethodological conversation analysis.

In my dissertation, I examined repairing of intersubjectivity in video-mediated interaction. I am currently working in the PROSHADE consortium project investigating information literacy and decision-making in neurology clinics, and in the multidisciplinary SOL-TECH project developing human-centered fall prevention /detection technology.