Department of Digitalization
Kjeld Hansen is a PhD Fellow at the Mobile Technologies Lab of Westerdals-Oslo School of Arts, Communication and Technology, a PhD student at the Centre of Business Data Analytics of the Copenhagen Business School, and a PhD student at CopenRehab research unit of the University of Copenhagen.
Kjeld Hansen is interested in the interplay between social media, mobile computing and information management in relation to public health and cities. His PhD project is positioned in an interdisciplinary setting, and focuses on the organization of public health information on social media. His research focuses in particular on the challenges and opportunities in sharing information. His research is empirically driven and pursues qualitative and/or mixed methods approaches to inquiry. He works closely with the industry and presently serves as a council member of the European Lung Foundation, where he has predominantly advised on issues related with digital and social media as well as e-learning.
Kjeld Hansen is enrolled at the Business and Management PhD School of Copenhagen Business School. He holds a Master of Science in Information Technology from the IT University of Copenhagen and a Bachelor of Communication from Roskilde University.
- Big social data
- Social media management
- Social commerce
- Mobile computing and social cohesion
- Health information management
- Social designs in urban environments
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