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Martin Berg
Associate Professor

Martin Berg is Associate Professor of Sociology and Media Technology at Malmö University, Sweden. His research engages with processes of datafication and digitalisation through ethnographies with devices and systems. He has published on topics such as online ethnography, wearable technologies, self-tracking, and digital health. Currently, he coordinates the international research network Re-humanising Automated-Decision Making funded by the Swedish Foundation for Humanities and Social Sciences (Riksbankens Jubileumsfond).

Forthcoming publications

  • Berg, M. & Engberg, M. (2021). "Beräkningsmedier: ett nyckelbegrepp för framtida medieteknisk forskning” i P. Josefsson & M. Wiberg (red). En introduktion till medieteknik. Lund: Studentlitteratur.

Research programme

Data Society pil show

Faculties and departments

Department of Computer Science and Media Technology pil show
Faculty of Technology and Society pil show

Contact details

E-mail:martin.berg@mau.se
Telephone:040-6658060
Visiting address: Nordenskiöldsgatan 1, Niagara, B0613
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Postal address:Malmö universitet, 205 06 Malmö
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Publications on SwePub
  • Övriga uppdrag och meriter

  • Member of the advisory and assessment board for the Flexit research programme. The Swedish Foundation for the Humanities and Social Sciences. (2016 - 2021).

    Member of the Board of the Swedish Sociological Association.

    Member of the advisory board for the Centre for Sexology and Sexuality Studies, Malmö University. (2017-2019)

    Member of the Board of Research and Research education at the Faculty of Technology and Society.

    Research affiliate at the Digital Ethnography Research Centre, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.

    Member of the Australian Digital Data & Society Consortium

    Main supervisor for PhD student Johan Salo, Malmö University (Computer Science).

    Supervisor for PhD student Thomas Lindgren, Halmstad University (Informatics).

    Supervisor for PhD student Christopher Martin, Halmstad University and Lund University (Ethnology with a orientation towards applied cultural analysis).

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MARTIN BERG
PROFESSOR, BITRÄDANDE
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Malmö högskola
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Institutionen för datavetenskap och medieteknik DM1
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