248 pages
Published 2013
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan

 

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Review by Fahri Yetim

 

Interviewees:

Vint Cerf
Henry Chesbrough
Douglas Engelbart
Judy Estrin
Caterina Fake
BJ Fogg
Hector Garcia-Molina
Mark Granovetter
Reid Hoffman
John Lilly
Mårten Mickos
Ted Nelson
Tim O’Reilly
Paul Saffo
Neal Sample
AnnaLee Saxenian
Ben Shneiderman
Jimmy Wales
Bebo White
Terry Winograd

People

Scientific leader of the OASIS research group

Oinas-Kukkonen, Harri

Ph.D, Professor
Scientific Leader of the OASIS research group, Principal Investigator

Related interests: Persuasive systems design, Behavior change support systems, Webflow user experience, Social web, Innovation creation, Organizational and social knowledge, History of computing, Next generation of the web

 

 

Principal Investigators


Oinas-Kukkonen, Henry

Ph.D., Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Humanities, Adjunct Professor
Associate Scientific Leader of the OASIS Research Group, Principal Investigator

Related Interests: History of computing, Social web and innovation, International relations and information networks

 

Pulli, Petri

Ph.D., Professor, Education Dean, Dept. of Information Processing Science
Principal Investigator

 

 

Affiliated Adjunct Professors and Researchers


Lehto, Tuomas

PhD, Post doc researcher

Related interests: Persuasive systems analysis, design & evaluation, Behavior change support systems

 

Mäntymäki, Matti

PhD

 

 

Yetim, Fahri

Ph.D., Professor of Information Systems, FOM University of Applied Sciences, Cologne, Germany

Related Interests: Human - Centered Information Systems Design, in Particular Value Sensitive and Motivational Design. Persuasive Systems Design and Behavior Change, Discourse and Participation Support Technology, Personalization, Cultural Aspects of Information Systems

 

Öörni, Anssi

D.Sc., Professor
Principal Investigator

Related Interests: Non-conscious influences on information technology acceptance and use, social cognition in social media

 

Postdoc Researchers


Juntunen, Kaisu

PhD

 

Karppinen, Pasi

PhD

Related interests: Webflow user experience, Qualitative research

 

 

Tikka, Piiastiina

PhD

Related interests: Persuasive technology and behaviour change, Cognitive and social psychology, Persuasive user experience

 

Zhao, Li

PhD, Assistant Professor

Related Interests: Knowledge management, social web, social network, social media, online communities, virtual world, online privacy, and research methodology

 

Doctoral Students


Alahäivälä, Tuomas

Related Interests: Persuasive web design patterns, Persuasive games, Gamification

 

Asghar, Zeeshan

Related interests: Developing ICT solutions to assist elderly in their daily activities and supporting caregivers to monitor and assist elderly at home

 

Chaudary, Babar Shahzad

 

 

Firouzian, Aryan

Related interests: Health monitoring systems, Assistive user interface, Prototyping

 

Halttu, Kirsi

Related interests: Contextual elements in persuasive systems and behaviour change in general, Affective computing and neuroIS, Persuasion as user experience

 

Honkamäkilä, Hanna

Related interests: Innovation policy, Regional development, History of science

 

Kuonanoja, Liisa

Related interests: Persuasive Systems, Unintended consequences

 

Leinonen, Eeva

 

 

Mian, Salman Qayyum

Related interests: Empowering individuals for healthcare and wellness through persuasion, the role of Affective Computing in Persuasive Technologies, Mobile health, Sensors and the Social Web.

 

Oduor, Michael

Related interests: Persuasive systems design and evaluation, Behavior change, Social web, Social Psychology, Social networks

 

Paajala, Iikka

 

 

Shevchuk, Nataliya

Related interests: behavioral economics

 

Steiny, Donald

Related interests: Social networks

 

Doctoral Graduates


Karppinen, Pasi (2016)

Doctoral dissertation: Studying user experience of health behavior change support systems : a qualitative approach to individuals’ perceptions of web-based interventions

 

Hyry, Jaakko (2015)

Doctoral dissertation: Designing projected user interfaces as assistive technology for the elderly

 

Pouke, Matti (2015)

Doctoral dissertation: Augmented virtuality. Transforming real human activity into virtual environments

 

Niskanen, Ilkka (2015)

Doctoral dissertation: Semantic visualization for smart spaces – merging the material and digital worlds

 

Harjumaa, Marja (2014)

Doctoral dissertation: On the Development of Persuasive Systems: A framework for designing and evaluating behavior change support systems and its applicability for e-Health

 

Stibe, Agnis (2014)

Doctoral dissertation: Socially influencing systems: persuading people to engage with publicly displayed Twitter-based systems

 

Langrial, Sitwat (2014)

Doctoral dissertation: Exploring the influence of persuasive reminders and virtual rehearsal on the efficacy of health behavior change support system

 

Lehto, Tuomas (2013)

Doctoral dissertation: The importance of persuasive systems design in enhancing consumers’ perceptions and adoption of health behavior change support systems

 

 

Segerståhl, Katarina (2011)

Doctoral dissertation: Cross-platform functionality in practice: exploring the influence of system composition on user experiences of personal exercise monitoring

 

Alahuhta, Petteri (2011)

Doctoral dissertation: Technologies in mobile terminals enabling ubiquitous services

 

Räisänen, Teppo (2010)

Doctoral dissertation: All for one, one for all: organizational knowledge creation and utilization using a new generation of IT tools

 

Pahnila, Seppo (2006)

Doctoral dissertation: Assessing the usage of personalized web information systems

 

Siponen, Mikko (2002)

Doctoral dissertation: Designing secure information systems and software: critical evaluation of the existing approaches and a new paradigm