Trine Rask Nielsen
Software, Data, People & Society
2200 København N.
I am a PhD student in the Software, Data, People and Society research section (SDPS) and part of the Confronting Data Co-lab. My PhD research is grounded in Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) and Critical Data Studies. I am is interested in understanding the computer-supported collaborative work practices that support the asylum system. In that case, I use qualitative ethnographic methods to achieve a deeper understanding of the context and to understand how data about the people applying for asylum are produced, stored, and shared across different asylum actors and used to inform the asylum decisions