Airi Lampinen

Airi Lampinen

Associate Professor / Docent

Airi Lampinen is an Associate Professor (Docent) in Human-Computer Interaction. Her research interests include interpersonal and economic encounters, peer-to-peer exchange, and algorithmic systems. She has published extensively in the areas of human-computer interaction and computer-supported cooperative work. Currently, Airi is the PI of the projects Economic Encounters for Human-Computer Interaction and Algorithmic Systems, Power, and Interaction, and co-PI of Ethics as Enacted through Movement – Shaping and Being Shaped by Autonomous Systems. She is part of the Digital Futures faculty and co-leads two projects within the centre: Layering Trust in Intimate Digital Health Technologies and the Digital Futures Drone Arena. Airi is also a Docent in Social Psychology at the University of Helsinki and serves on the steering committee of the ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing.