Kasper Rodil


is currently employed as Assistant Professor at the Dept. of Architecture and Media Technology, Aalborg University, Denmark. His central focus is that of design and development of technology with an emancipatory perspective manifested through the application of a Participatory Design methodology. His projects are primarily orbiting the concept of design for diversity. Whether being social robots for cognitively impaired citizens in Denmark or digital systems design for intangible cultural heritage preservation among indigenous communities in Namibia – his focus is to co-design and co-construct technology and knowledge with inside actors and future users. Kasper has published more than 40 peer-reviewed papers and articles together with people from across the globe. He has chaired and organized a number of conferences such as the Participatory Design Conference, International Conference on Culture & Computer Science etc.


last update: February 2018

Articles published on IXD&A: 

'Transitioning Towards a Smart Learning Ecosystem: Designing for Intersubjective Interactions between Cognitively Impaired Adolescents', N. 35, 2017, pp. 75 - 99, abstractdownload