Time: Tuesday 22 November 2016 at 15:00 - 17:00
Location: E3, Osquars backe
Teachers: Elina Eriksson (elina) , Daniel Pargman (pargman)
Student groups: TIMTM_1
A design perspective on sustainable practices and energy use
Lecturer: Cecilia Katzeff
Content: The lecture will circle around the general theme of sustainable practices, what is meant by sustainable practices in relation to energy consumption and especially in relation to electricity use. The lecture will also explore how interaction design may play a role in creating sustainable practices and examples of design concepts will be provided.
About: Cecilia Katzeff is an Associate Professor in Human-Computer Interaction at the KTH School of Architecture and the Built Environment and a project manager at the Centre for Sustainable Communications (CESC). She was previously the research director for the group Energy Design at the Interactive Institute Swedish ICT where she managed design research projects in the field of energy use. Currently, her research also focuses interaction design in relation to food practices.
Broms, L., Katzeff, C., Bång, M., Nyblom, Å., Ilstedt-Hjelm, S. and Ernberger, K. (2010): “Coffee maker patterns and the design of energy feedback artefacts”. Proceedings of DIS ’10, Århus, Denmark 2010, ACM.
Spagnolli, A., Corradi, N., Gamberini, L., Hoggan, E., Jacucci, G., Katzeff, C., Broms, L. and Jönsson, L.: “Eco-Feedback on the Go: Motivating Energy Awareness”. Computer, May 2011, pp 38-52. IEEE Computer Society, N.Y.