Katja Neureiter


is Scientist at the AIT since October 2017. She has completed her Master's Degree in Sociology at the University of Salzburg with the focus on methods of empirical social research, and finished her PhD in Human-Computer Interaction at the University of Salzburg. Thereby, she investigated the interrelation between Social Presence and Social Capital and focused on the potential of (video-)mediated communication technologies to facilitate connectedness and the development of valuable and beneficial relationships among cooperating parties. Before she joined the AIT she was a postdoctoral research fellow at the Center for Human-Computer Interaction, University of Salzburg, where she was working on several national and European research projects in the field of Active and Assisted Living (AAL). Her main research interests are in the field of online collaboration, (video)-mediated communication, and user-centered design in AAL.


Last update: February 2019



Articles published on IXD&A:


Exploring Intended and Unintended Uses of (e)Books as Design Inspiration for Ambient Displays in the Home, N.37, 2018, pp.  21 - 46   abstractdownload


Exploring User Requirements for Online Cooperation through Social Capital Theory, N.34, 2017, pp. 187-206, abstractdownload


Mediating Informal Care Online: Findings from an Extensive Requirements Analysis, pp. 33 - 48, abstractdownload