Projects

Main research projects of Ina Wagner in the areas of design, participation, CSCW and gender studies:

  • FP6-2004-IST-4-27571 IP City – Integrated Project on Interaction and Presence in Urban Environments, 2006-2010, funded by the European Commission, Principal Contractor (link)
  • Action for Health, 2004-2008, funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Co-Lead (link)
  • IST-2001-34520 Project WWW-ICT Widening Women’s Work in Information and Communication Technology, 2002-2004, funded by the European Commission, Principal Contractor
  • IST-2000 ATELIER (Architecture and Technologies for Inspirational Learning Environments), 2002-2004, funded by the European Commission, Principal Contractor
  • Women in Innovative Firms – Case Studies on Environment, Work Practice, Qualifications and Coping Strategies, 2000-2002, in cooperation with the University of Technology in Cottbus, Germany, funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
  • SYSINT- Systemic Integration of Production and Services. Case Studies in the Software and Multimedia Industries, 2001-2002, in cooperation with the University of Technology in Cottbus and Deutsches Jugendforschungsinstitut, München, Germany, funded by the German Ministry of Research
  • ESPRIT-LTR Project Nr. 31.870 DESARTE – Computer-Supported Design of Artefacts and Spaces in Architecture & Landscape Architecture, 1999-2001, Co-ordinator
  • Working from Home – A Pilot Study at Hewlett Packard Austria, 1996, funded by HP
  • Teleworking in the City. Evaluating a Pilot Project at IBM Austria, 1994-96, funded by IBM
  • TECHKUL – Information Technology in the Arts. A Pilot Study of Changing Work Practices and Professional Cultures, 1993-95, FWF Project No. P09268-SOZ
  • SOCU – Software Cultures. The Influence of Work Organization, Management Style and Occupational Culture on Systems Designers’ Approaches in a Cross-Cultural Perspective, 1993-95, EU-COST A4 Project, funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Research and Transportation, Co-ordinator
  • COTERM – Computer-supported Time Planning in a Surgery Clinic, TU Wien, 1990-93, FWF Project No. P07743-PHY
  • The Nicaraguan Health Care System – Case Studies for Developing Guidelines for Cooperation in the Areas of Organization and Education, 1991, funded by the Commission for Development Policy, Austrian Academy of Science
  • COMPPFLEGE – De-Centralized Computer Applications in Hospital Wards, 1990-91, funded by Jubiläumsfonds of the Austrian National Bank
  • Work Organization and Technology Use. Case Studies on Computer-Support in the Service Sector and in Industry, 1987-88, FWF Project No. P6109S
  • The computerized hospital. Implications on the skills of nurses and medical-technical personnel, 1988-90, in cooperation with ISET, ÖAW, funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science and Research  and the Austrian Federal Ministry of Social Affairs.
  • Forgotten areas of women’s work. Career patters, working conditions, and life perspectives, 1988-89, funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Social Affairs.
  • Women in the Automated Office, 1983-85, funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Social Affairs.
  • Young Women in Non-Traditional Occupations, 1982-84, funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Social Affairs.