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Mandy Scheermesser

  Mandy Scheermesser

Mandy Scheermesser
ZHAW School of Health Professions
Institute of Physiotherapy
Technikumstrasse 71
8400 Winterthur

+41 (0) 58 934 63 49
mandy.scheermesser@zhaw.ch

Personal profile

Position at the ZHAW

Research Associate, School of Health Professions, Institute of Physiotherapy

http://www.gesundheit.zhaw.ch/

Expertise and research interests

interdependency of society, technology and health (e.g. quantified self, robotics, ehealth)
Actor-network-theory
qualitative and quantitative research methods

Educational background

PhD-Project "The socio-technical reconstruction of the acceptability of a wearable"
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Sabine Maasen, Munich Center for Technology in Society (MCTS), Technical University of Munich

1995-2000
M.A. in Social Sciences at Humboldt University of Berlin

Professional milestones

Since 2008 Research Associate, School of Health Professions, Institute of Physiotherapy

2001-2008 Research Associate at Institute for Futures Studies and Technology Assessment, Berlin (IZT)

Membership of networks

Projects

Publications

Articles in scientific journal, peer-reviewed Books and monographs, peer-reviewed Conference contributions, peer-reviewed Other publications Oral conference contributions and abstracts Publications before appointment at the ZHAW

Orwat, Carsten; Rashid, Asarnusch; Wölk, Michaela; Scheermesser, Mandy; Kosow, Hannah; Holtmann, Carsten; Graefe, Andreas (2010). Adopting Pervasive Computing for Routine Use in Healthcare. IEEE Pervasive Computing, 9, 2. 64-71.

Scheermesser, Mandy; Kosow, Hannah; Rashid, Asarnusch; Holtmann, Carsten (2008). User acceptance of pervasive computing in healthcare: Main findings of two case studies. IEEE Xplore digital library 205-213.

Hahn, Tobias; Scheermesser, Mandy (2006). Approaches to Corporate Sustainability among German Companies. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 13, 3. 150-165. onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/csr.100/abstract