Pedro is a PhD candidate at KTH. Currently he is working at SICS in the Consider8 and ME3GAS projects.
Boman, Magnus and Sanches, Pedro (2015) Sensemaking in Intelligent Health Data Analytics. Künstliche Intelligenz . ISSN 0933-1875
Moore, Heather and Sanches, Pedro and Boman, Magnus (2014) Ethnographies of Practice, Visioning and Foresight in Future-Oriented Technology Analysis. In: Proc Future-Oriented Technology Analysis Conference: Engage today to shape tomorrow, Brussels.
Moore, Heather and Sanches, Pedro and Boman, Magnus (2014) Ethnographies of Practice, Visioning, and Foresight. In: Proc XXV ISPIM Conf, Innovation for Sustainable Economy & Society, Dublin.
Ferreira, Pedro and Sanches, Pedro and Weilenmann, Alexandra (2013) Awareness, Transience and Temporality: Design Opportunities from Rah Island. In: 14th IFIP TC13 Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (Interact'13), 2-6 September 2013, Cape Town, South Africa. (In Press)
Buscher, Monika and Bylund, Markus and Sanches, Pedro and Ramirez, Leonardo and Wood, Lisa (2013) A New Manhattan Project? Interoperability and Ethics in Emergency Response Systems of Systems. In: 10th International ISCRAM Conference , May 2013, Baden-Baden, Germany. (In Press)
Sanches, Pedro and Bylund, Markus (2011) Experiencing mobility data. In: Workshop on Values in Design - Building Bridges between RE, HCI & Ethics held in conjunction with INTERACT 2011 13th IFIP TC13 Conference on Human-Computer Interaction.. (In Press)
Sanches, Pedro and Vaara, Elsa and Sjölinder, Marie and Weymann, Claus and Höök, Kristina (2010) Affective Health – designing for empowerment rather than stress diagnosis. In: Know thyself: monitoring and reflecting on facets of one's life workshop at CHI 2010, 2010, Atlanta, GA, USA.
Sanches, Pedro and Höök, Kristina and Vaara, Elsa and Weymann, Claus and Ferreira, Pedro and Peira, Nathalie and Bylund, Markus and Sjölinder, Marie (2010) Mind the body! Designing a Mobile Stress Management Application Encouraging Personal Reflection. In: ACM DIS 2010 - Designing Interactive Systems Conference, 16 - 20 Aug 2010, Aarhus Universitet, Denmark. (In Press)
Svee, Eric-Oluf and Sanches, Pedro and Bylund, Markus (2009) Time Geography Rediscovered: A Common Language for Location-Oriented Services. In: Second International Workshop on Location and the Web, LocWeb 2009, 3 April 2009, Boston, MA, USA.
Ferreira, Pedro and Sanches, Pedro and Höök, Kristina and Jaensson, Tove (2008) License to chill!: how to empower users to cope with stress. In: NordiCHI 2008.
Bylund, Markus and Karlgren, Jussi and Olsson, Fredrik and Sanches, Pedro and Arvidsson, Carl-Henrik (2008) Mirroring your Web presence. In: CIKM 2008 Workshop on Search in Social Media (SSM 2008), 30 Oct 2008, Napa Valley, California. (In Press)
Pedro Sanches has successfully defendended his PhD thesis at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. Title: Health Data: Representation and (In)visibility Supervisor: Professor Magnus Boman, SICS Opponent: Mulligan, Catherine, Imperial College London, South Kensington Campus, London. Abstract Health data requires context to be understood. I show how, by examining two areas: self-surveillance, with a focus on representation of bodily data, and mass-surveillance, with a focus on representing...
A new research project, Consider8, has recently been launched. The project is a collaboration between SICS and Ericsson Research. SICS's participation is fully funded by VINNOVA. The Consider8 project will provide methods and algorithms for refining mobile communication traffic data into patterns of human mobility. The aim is to provide results that will assist in meeting existing market needs smarter and faster than current state-of-the-art, while adding great sensitivity to ethical...
Pedro Sanches has received a personal Ph.D grant from Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia, a Portuguese governmental research promoting organization. He will be enrolled at KTH supervised by Prof. Magnus Boman and will conduct work in the Userware lab together with Dr. Markus Bylund. His work, planned to start on March 2010, will be initially to develop methods for refining mobile communication traffic data into patterns of human mobility, focusing on privacy considerations. The focal point of...