Valeria Borsotti

Valeria Borsotti

PhD Student

I draw on ethnographic methods to study the interplay of people and technology. I am especially interested in how socio-technical systems shape opportunities and constraints for equity, particularly in the domain of computing education.

My research focuses on CSCW (computer-supported cooperative work), feminist/queer HCI and exploring experimental ethnographic methods.

I am a member of the Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) research group, and I am affiliated with the Center for Digital Education at UCPH.

My research is part of the FemTech program directed by professor Pernille Bjørn. FemTech is a practice-based research programme that addresses the problem of how to facilitate inclusion in computing.

I am also interested in physical computing (especially anything involving electronic textiles, digital fabrication and biomaterials).

You can find more information about previous projects I worked on here:

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