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INUSE Research Projects

Current and past projects of the INUSE research group.
INUSE Research group exhibition space in a bright room with lighting tripods set up, some green branches and 5 people viewing.
INUSE group visiting the Open Forest Exhibition (2021)

Current Projects

Intimacy in Data Driven Culture (IDA) -2nd phase (2022 -2025)

Experimental methods for studying the effects of digitalization.

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Methodology for HCI evaluations of possible futures (2020 -2024)

Human-Computer Interaction for studying possible futures.

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DigiDecarbon-hanke tutkii digitaalisia kansalaisten energiayhteisöjä

DigiDecarbon (2022-2024)

Future energy communities and energy self-sufficiency

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Studio|Lab|Forest project by INUSE research group: image of area within forest with various planting and netting overhead

Studio | Lab | Forest (2019-2024)

From the Lab and the Studio to the Forest, the Garden and back

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Care spaces- A play street in Mexico city, with a young girl playing with a hula hoop
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DIY-DIT-youth-energy- A solar panel powered cart at a school yard

From Do-it-yourself to Do it ourselves (2020-2023)

A participatory design intervention for youth empowerment and energy commons.

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Creatures project logo

CreaTures (2020-2023)

Creative practices for transformational futures (INUSE/ENCORE)

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A workshop in the Ecuadorian Amazon.

Designing with indigenous communities (2020-2024)

Designing with indigenous communities: participatory interventions to support resistance and intercultural communication in the Global South

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Recent and past projects

Find out more about INUSE

Marttila, Botero & Hyysalo: Openness turn in co-design

INUSE Publications

Recent publications from the INUSE research group.

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Professor Sampsa Hyysalo writing on a whiteboard displaying the murros areena toolkit

INUSE People

The current and former members of INUSE research group.

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INUSE - The Users and Innovation Research Group
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