V. Palacin, M. Nelimarkka, P. Reynolds-Cuellar, C. Becker
Victoria Palacin is a doctoral student at LUT University and a research affiliate at the University of Helsinki. Her work focuses on participatory technology design, the creation of data experiences, and the development of new mechanisms to amplify people’s agency and voices in the development of their societies.
Matti Nelimarkka is a University lecturer at the Faculty of Social Science, University of Helsinki. His research explores the intersections of political science and social computing.
Pedro Reynolds-Cuéllar is a doctoral student at the MIT Media Lab. His work focuses on participatory technology design, the development of new design frameworks, and the study of ancestral technologies in Latin America.
Christoph Becker is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Information, University of Toronto. His research examines the role of human values in computing, the politics of systems design, and the social and cognitive processes of judgment and decision making in systems design.