Annika Wolff is an assistant professor whose research is in the newly emerging field of human-data interaction, at the intersection between complex data, machine and human learning. Her research focuses on engaging people with data, such as from smart cities, and in supporting non-experts in designing products and services that use data. She has expertise in using inquiry-based methods and co-creation, in developing applications of data science and in the use of tangibles, creativity and games to support learning. She has previously led work in developing and piloting new methods for teaching data literacy skills in UK primary and secondary schools and in understanding how open data can be utilized in education. She has many years of experience working within UK and European funded projects, combining applications of data science to human understanding. She has published in a number of international journals and is an active member of research communities related to community-based innovation and HCI.
Hodson Elise, Vainio Teija, Sayun Michael Nader, Tomitsch Martin, Jones Ana, Jalonen Meri, Börütecene Ahmet, Hasan Md Tanvir, Paraschivoiu Irina, Wolff Annika, Yavo-Ayalo Sharon, Yli-Kauhaluoma Sari, Young Gareth W.
Roche J., Arias R., Bell L., Boscolo M., Fornetti A., Knutas A., Kupper F., Magalhães J., Mannino I., Mendoza I., Moreno-Castro C., Murphy K., Pridmore J., Smyth F., Tola E., Tulin M., Weitkamp E., Wolff A.