Final Appraisal Seminar for Tenure Track Assistant Professor Tariq Osman Andersen
Artificial intelligence shows promising results in lab environments and new consumer technologies like wearable activity trackers have become mainstream outside the clinical setting. Moving from systems design to use and adoption among patients and clinicians poses a grand challenge for health informatics. Since 2008, I have conducted research, co-design, and implementation of digital health systems to improve the distributed collaboration between pacemaker patients and clinicians. My area of concern has been to bridge the challenging gaps between patients and clinicians, users and designers, and research and innovation. In this talk, I will introduce my research agenda and give examples of my work during the past three years as Tenure Track assistant professor.
Collaboration & Communication
AI & Machine learning
Web and Content Management
Search and Information retrieval
Learning Management Systems (LMS)
EduTech - learning