Hanna Maurin Söderholm's research interests concern (future) technologies for collaboration and information sharing (computer-supported cooperative work, CSCW). She is particularly interested in visual technologies and challenging use contexts such as pre-hospital care, and use situations where people deal with many different types of information (tactile, visual, textual).
In 2013, she successfully defended her thesis, Emergency Visualized: Exploring Visual Technology for Paramedic-Physician Collaboration in Emergency Care, in which she explored the potential of 2D and 3D videofor paramedic-physician collaboration in emergency situations.
Scholarship from the Markussens Studiefond foundation, 2009
Emergency Visualized: Exploring Visual Technology for Paramedic-Physician Collaboration in Emergency Care
Researchers publications in DiVA (Digitala Vetenskapliga Arkivet)
Elected member of the department board at Swedish School of Library and Information Science 2008-2010