EREMCIS 2017 Proceedings

Thank you for attending EREMCIS 2017, the First Student Symposium on Empirical Research Methods in Computer Sciences and Information Systems! The symposium was held on May 2, 2017, at room EL1, NTNU Gløshaugen.

EREMCIS is a new series of symposiums presenting the final student project results from the NTNU course IT3010 Research Methodology in Computer and Information Sciences. The course trains students in empirical research methods, in preparation of a master’s degree project. The papers presented in EREMCIS were planned by the students, and are based on research done by the students. The students have written, reviewed and revised the papers in a realistic academic research process.

As course teachers, EREMCIS 2017 organizers and chairs, we welcome you on behalf of the students, to listen to the presentations and to discuss the papers. We hope EREMCIS will contribute to a community of researcher-students at IDI who can step into future research positions both at NTNU and other places!

Elena Parmiggiani and Babak Farshchian.

 

9:00 – 9:10 Intro and welcome

Babak Farshchian, Elena Parmiggiani (symposium and sessions chairs)

9:10 – 9:30 The use of sharing economy platforms impact on students’ economy

Didrik Pemmer Aalen, Dag Frode Solberg, Andreas Høgetveit Weisethaunet, Lars Moe Ellefsen, Mats Tostrup and Lauritz Prag Sømme

9:30 – 9:50 Investigate co-existence between humans and self-driven cars

Kathrine Løfqvist, Sondre Sæterli Hjetland, Håkon Solbjørg, Andreas Kjerstad, Nicklas Grimstad Nilsen and Ole Morten Helland Saggau

9:50 – 10:00 Coffee break
10:00 – 10:20 Supporting the Management of Software Development Processes in Startups

Petter Iversen, Petter Bakkan Johansen, Daphne Leebeek, Eivind Morch, Elise Fehn Olsen and Sindre Berntsen Skarås

10:20 – 10:40 Student Stress Relief by Awareness of Personal Finances

Gabriel Berthling-Hansen, Christian Duvholt, Geir Hide Forslund, Sigurd Haugen Grøneng, Sondre Steinsland Hegdal and Håkon Meyer Tørnquist

10:40 – 11:00 Improving Students’ Accessibility to City Bikes with Mobile Applications

Tommy Kristiansen, Martin Dørum, Jonas Jørgensen Husebø, Ken Are Andreassen Meisler, Caroline Odden and Jørgen Sirhaug

11:00 – 11:10 Coffee break
11:10 – 11:30 Internet of Things and Its Data Storage Models – A Benefit to Healthcare or a Privacy Concern?

Nils Herde, Minh Hai Pham, Marius I. Lundbø, Herman Myrbråten Karlsen, Diego Vicente Martin and Simon Slyngstad

11:30 – 11:50 Serious games in Norwegian education

Einar Hov, Michael McMillan, Ole M. Knurvik and Sondre T. Nystadnes

11:50 – 12:30 Lunch break (Lunch not supported by the symposium. Some refreshments available.)
12:30 – 12:50 Knowledge and Awareness of Smartphone Permissions Among Young Adults

Hege Louise Borge, Andrea Leikvold, Alexander Olav Gård, Eirik Fosse, Thomas Alm and Stian Dysthe

12:50 – 13:10 Study of Attitudes towards Privacy with Regards to Supermarket Data Tracking

Sarah Svedenborg, Håvard Tollefsen, Martin Brandtzæg Sundfør, Stian Torjussen, Erik Nilsen Torkildson and Per Magnus Veierland

13:10 – 13:30 Ethics involving autonomous vehicles and their effect on purchases

Trond Helge Følstad, Eirik Bertelsen, Lasse Drevland, Patrick Finseth and Stian Mahle

13:30 – 13:40 Coffee break
13:40 – 14:00 Marine Plastic Litter Monitoring and Documentation – Limitations, Challenges and Digitalization

Øyvind Bratvedt, Steffen Lorang Ekeberg, Eirik Hansen Asplem, Thomas Hagelien and Eirik Fosse

14:00 – 14:20 The Long-Term Health Effects of Serious Gaming Targeted at Children

Olav Fykse, Ole Halvor Dahl, Fredrik Bakken and Vegard Solheim Theriault

14:20 – 15:00 Q&A, concluding remarks