Since SCAUT started back in 2014 a lot of research has been conducted about Living Lab. SCAUT actively engage in research conversations at the intersection of design, technology and medicine. SCAUT values highly the research and publications that has been conducted and we share and publish our work at internationally recognised venues.
Our research and publications are shared her:
Christensen H. B, Hansen K. M, Kyng M. and Manikas, K (2014). Analysis and Design of Software Ecosystem Architectures – Towards the 4S Telemedicine Ecosystem. Journal of Information and Software Technology, 2014, Volume 56, Pages 1476 – 1492
Knodel J., Manikas K.. Towards Reference Architectures as an Enabler for Software Ecosystems. In the European Conference on Software Architecture Workshops (ECSAW 2016) and the 4th International Workshop on Ecosystem Architectures (WEA 2016), Copenhagen, Denmark.
Manikas, K., Hämäläinen, M. and Tyrväinen, P. (2016). Designing, Developing, and Implementing Software Ecosystems: Towards a Step-wise Guide. International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2016), December 2016, Dublin, Ireland.
Manikas, K. (2016). Supporting the Evolution of Research in Software Ecosystems: Reviewing the Empirical Literature. In the 7th International Conference on Software Business (ICSOB 2016), June 2016, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Hansen, K. M. and Manikas, K. (2016). On the Impact of Medical Device Regulations on Software Architecture. In the 9th International Conference of Health Informatics (HEALTHINF 2016) part of the 9th International Joint Conference on Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies (BIOSTEC 2016) , Rome, Italy.
Andersen, T., Kensing, F., Kjellberg, L., & Moll, J. (2015). From Research Prototypes to a Marketable eHealth System. Context Sensitive Health Informatics, August 2015, Curitiba, Brazil.
Manikas, K. and Kontogiorgos, D. (2015). Characterizing Software Activity: The Influence of Software to Ecosystem Health. In the 7th Workshop on Software Ecosystems (IWSECO 2015) and 3rd International Workshop on Ecosystem Architectures (WEA 2015), Cavtat, Croatia.
Andersen T, Bansler J, Kensing F, Moll J and Nielsen K.(2014). Alignment of Concerns: A Design Rationale for Patient Participation in eHealth. The 47th Hawaiian International Conference on System Science, pp. HICSS’47, USA, 2014. (2587-2596).
Manikas K, Hansen K. M, and Kyng M (2014). Governance Mechanisms for Healthcare Apps. In the 6th International Workshop on Software Ecosystems and 2nd International Workshop on Ecosystem Architectures (IWSECO-WEA), August 2014, Viena, Austria.
Manikas, K. (2015). Analyzing, Modelling, and Designing Software Ecosystems – Towards the Danish Telemedicine Software Ecosystem. Ph.D. Dissertation, PhD School of The Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen, February 2015, Copenhagen, Denmark. 160 pp.
Nielsen, K. D. (2015). Invited to Participate? An Ethnography of Patient-Involving E-health in Heart Care. PhD Dissertation. Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. 257 pp.
Thesis projects from master students working within SCAUT.
Gregersen, N. (2016). Conditions for Supporting Patient-Clinician Collaboration in Remote Monitoring – An Empirical Study. MSc thesis. Communication and IT, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. 74 pp. Supervisor: Tariq Osman Andersen.
Thiele, A. (2016). Toward automated detection of worsening in chronic cardiac patients using smartphone data. MSc thesis. Computer Science. University of Copenhagen, Denmark. 77 pp. Supervisor: Katarzyna Wac and Jonas Moll.
Kolling-Wedel, C & Johansen, L. (2015). Artikulering af patientviden - En undersøgelse af, hvordan it kan understøtte artikuleringen af ICD- patienters viden om symptomer. MSc thesis. Communication and IT, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. 109 pp. Supervisor: Tariq Osman Andersen.
Madsen, J. K. (2015). Participatory Design af SundhedsInformationsSystemer. MSc thesis. Health Informatics, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. 79 pp. Supervisor: Karen Dam Nielsen and Jonas Moll.
Tahirski, I. (2015). Component reusability in cross-platform mobile solutions. MSc thesis. Dept. of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen. 59 pp. Supervisor: Konstantinos Manikas.