I am Associate Professor at the IT University of Copenhagen (ITU), where I head the Digital Platforms and Data research group.

With an empirical focus on the media sector, I research how data traces constitute a strategic resource for business and management, and how digital platforms engage with, shape, and are shaped by organizations and society. My scientific keywords include datafication, digitalization, innovation, business models, and management. Some of my recent publications concern structural properties of digitalization, subscription on local news websites, news startups, and the theoretical concept of affordances.

I am also Head of Studies. In that capacity, I am in charge of the quality assurance and strategic development of ITU’s 10 study programs.

August 1, I will join the Danish School of Media and Journalism as Docent in Media Innovation.

This website is my online business card with information about my professional activities and a work-related (though very infrequently updated) blog. The website is also a way for myself to keep track of what I do. Do note, however, that the website deals mainly with my scholarly activities, less so with the managerial and administrative parts of my job.

I strongly believe in collaborations and in broadening my scope through interaction with practitioners, fellow researchers, the general public, and others. So do reach out – I look forward to hearing from you.