Max Van Kleek
Topics: Personal Information Management, Long-term Data Management, Data-driven Personalised Medicine.
Fields: Human-Computer Interaction, Artificial Intelligence, Distributed and Decentralised Systems, Neuroeconomics, Behavioural Psychology.
Max Van Kleek is Associate Professor of Human-Computer Interaction with the Department of Computer Science, at the University of Oxford. He works in the Software Engineering Programme, to deliver course material related to interaction design, the design of secure systems, and usability. He also leads (as Co-Investigator) the EPSRC PETRAS project: ReTIPS, or Respectful Things in Private Spaces. Until 2017, he was interaction research theme in the EPSRC Project SOCIAM, and leads several SOCIAM projects at the intersection of personal and social data systems and architectures. His current project is designing new Web-architectures to help people re-gain control of information held about them "in the cloud", from fitness to medical records. He received his Ph.D. from MIT CSAIL in 2011.
Protection or punishment? relating the design space of parental control apps and perceptions about them to support parenting for online safety
Ge Wang‚ Jun Zhao‚ Max Van Kleek and Nigel Shadbolt
In Proceedings of the Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work Conference. Association for Computing Machinery. 2021.
I Want My App That Way: Reclaiming Sovereignty Over Personal Devices
Konrad Kollnig‚ Siddhartha Datta and Max Van Kleek
Pages 8. 2021.
Understanding Value and Design Choices Made by Android Family App Developers
Anirudh Ekambaranathan‚ Jun Zhao and Max Van Kleek
In CHI EA '20: Extended Abstracts of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Pages 1−10. 2020.