Where technology and humans meet
DSV has a broad research spanning over many ICT field. We have 15 different research areas. The research focuses on the design and development of information systems with the aim of creating functioning solutions to existing and future problems, including methods for analysis of complex systems, human-computer interaction and security management.
Our research focuses on the design and development of information systems to provide functioning solutions for the problems of today and tomorrow. This includes methods for the analysis of complex systems, interactions between people and IT systems and security management.
We apply our research to real-life, important problems. This might be disaster management on a large scale, support for efficient meeting management or lifelong learning.
As researchers, we are also interested in people’s lives, work, educational activities and leisure pursuits. We want to understand and affect how technology impacts and changes our daily lives.
The research at DSV is genuinely cross-disciplinary. It often spans several subject areas and incorporates perspectives and methods from other fields such as psychology, linguistics, philosophy, statistics and mathematics. Our research also contributes to these fields through methods and technologies for seeking new knowledge.
January 18, 2013
Source: DSV Research