My research interests are on combining technology and behavioral science. I am currently working on a project called ‘Wearable group data’ in cooperation with Dr. E.G. Ufkes and Dr. M.D. Endedijk. In this project we research the use of wearable sociometric and WiFi badges to measure group interactions. These badges register patterns of human behavior by collecting data on location, movement, face-to-face interaction and speech characteristics. The goal of our project is to determine how these badges can best be integrated in behavioral research. We intend to create protocols for their use, and for analyses and visualizations of the raw data.
Endedijk, M. D., de Laat, S., & Ufkes, E. G. (2016). Opening the black box: experiencing the use of sensor technology to continuously monitor social interaction at the workplace as a proxy for informal social learning. Paper presented at EARLI SIG 27 , Oulu, Finland.
Endedijk, M. D., de Laat, S., & Ufkes, E. G. (2016). Opening the black box: using sensor technology to continuously monitor social interaction at the workplace as a proxy for informal social learning.. Paper presented at 8th EARLI SIG 14 International Conference, Regensburg, Germany.
Endedijk, M. D., Ufkes, E. G., & de Laat, S. (2015). Studying work as it is: using sensor technology to describe the temporal and spatial nature of interactions at work. Paper presented at EAWOP Small Group Meeting, Brussels, .