Brown Bag: Preliminary Results from the AirCiF pilot study in CPH Airport

This Brown Bag present the preliminary results from a pilot study conducted at Copenhagen Airport in December 2017 under the auspices of the research project ‘Airport City Futures’ (AirCiF). The pilot study in question was a first attempt to coordinate a complex, multi-methods mapping of passengers and their spatial perception through Copenhagen Airport. The pilot study is part of the work package ‘Becoming a Passenger’ under AirCiF. This WP put focus on passenger experiences and ‘how one becomes a passenger’ within the complex socio-technical system of the contemporary airport. The WP works with a multi-method set-up drawing upon architectural mappings, thermal camera tracking, eye-tracking, qualitative interviews, and ethnographic observations. The pilot study was a first attempt to orchestrate and coordinate this multi-methods approach as a collaboration exercise with the airport. The presentation will discuss preliminary results as well as it will discuss the challenges of in-situ multi-methods research and recommendations for pairing data collection and analyses strategies

Time

14.03.2018 kl. 12.00 - 14.03.2018 kl. 13.00

Description

Speaker: PhD Student, Andrea Victoria Hernandez Bueno, Dept. of Architecture, Design & Media Technology

Abstract: This Brown Bag present the preliminary results from a pilot study conducted at Copenhagen Airport in December 2017 under the auspices of the research project ‘Airport City Futures’ (AirCiF). The pilot study in question was a first attempt to coordinate a complex, multi-methods mapping of passengers and their spatial perception through Copenhagen Airport. The pilot study is part of the work package ‘Becoming a Passenger’ under AirCiF. This WP put focus on passenger experiences and ‘how one becomes a passenger’ within the complex socio-technical system of the contemporary airport. The WP works with a multi-method set-up drawing upon architectural mappings, thermal camera tracking, eye-tracking, qualitative interviews, and ethnographic observations. The pilot study was a first attempt to orchestrate and coordinate this multi-methods approach as a collaboration exercise with the airport. The presentation will discuss preliminary results as well as it will discuss the challenges of in-situ multi-methods research and recommendations for pairing data collection and analyses strategies.

Place and time: Rendsburggade 14, room (TBA), March 14, 12:00-13:00

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