Photograph of Søren Knudsen

I am an Assistant Professor at the Digital Design Department at the IT University of Copenhagen and a Marie Curie Postdoctoral scholar at the Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen.

My research focuses on information visualization and human-computer interaction. I am interested in supporting people in understanding, making sense of, and discussing data in face-to-face and online contexts, for example supported by large or multiple displays and social media.

During my Marie Curie Postdoctoral project, I worked with

Biography

2020 | Marie Curie Postdoctoral scholar

With Dr. Kasper Hornbæk in the Human-Centered Computing group
University of Copenhagen, Denmark

2020 | Marie Curie Postdoctoral scholar

With Hude Quan and Catherine Eastwood in the Centre for Health Informatics
University of Calgary, Canada

2018-2019 | Marie Curie Postdoctoral scholar

With Sheelagh Carpendale in InnoVis / Interactions Lab. University of Calgary, Canada

2017 | Postdoctoral scholar

With Sheelagh Carpendale in InnoVis / Interactions Lab. University of Calgary, Canada

2016 | Postdoctoral scholar

With Mikkel Jakobsen, part of BIOPRO research project. Human Centered Computing at University of Copenhagen, Denmark

2015 | Postdoctoral scholar

With teaching obligations at the Communication and IT study programme. Human Centered Computing at University of Copenhagen, Denmark

2011-2015 | Ph.D. student

Supervised by Kasper Hornbæk WallViz research project. Human Centered Computing at University of Copenhagen, Denmark

2009-2010 | Research Proposal Writer

targeting the 7th EU framework programme for research and development. Danish Innovation Institute — part of the Pera Innovation Network, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark

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Recent Publications

Distributed Synchronous Visualization Design: Challenges and Strategies

We reflect on our experiences as designers of COVID-19 data visualizations working in a distributed synchronous design space during the pandemic. This is especially relevant as the pandemic posed new challenges to distributed collaboration amidst civic lockdown measures and an increased dependency on spatially distributed teamwork across almost all sectors.