Anna Rudnicka

Anna Rudnicka
Honorary Research Fellow
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+44 (0)20 3108 6547 (x56547)
Room: 2.12
UCLIC, University College London
66 - 72 Gower Street
London, WC1E 6EA
United Kingdom

Brief biography

Anna Rudnicka was a Research Fellow at the UCL Interaction Centre and a member of the GetaMoveOn fellowship program. Her PhD, also at UCLIC, investigated what motivates citizen scientists to disclose or withhold data within the projects they participate in. She holds a BSc in Psychology and a Foundation degree in Digital Film Production. Her research interests include remote work, data privacy and disclosure, and citizen science.

Research Publications

Sandy Gould, Anna Rudnicka, D Cook, Marta Cecchinato, Joseph Newbold, Anna Cox Remote Work, Work Measurement and the State of Work Research in Human-Centred Computing 2023 INTERACTING WITH COMPUTERS, Journal article
Anna Rudnicka, Sandy Gould, Anna Cox Citizen scientists are not just quiz takers: Information about project type influences data disclosure in online psychological surveys 2022 Citizen Science: Theory and Practice, Journal article
Anna Rudnicka, D Cook, Marta Cecchinato, Sandy Gould, Joseph Newbold, Anna Cox The end of the active work break? Remote work, sedentariness and the role of technology in creating active break-taking norms 2022 CHIWORK 2022: 2022 Symposium on Human-Computer Interaction for Work, Conference paper (text)
Joseph Newbold, Anna Rudnicka, D Cook, Marta Cecchinato, Sandy Gould, Anna Cox The new normals of work: a framework for understanding responses to disruptions created by new futures of work 2021 Human–Computer Interaction, Journal article
Joseph Newbold, Anna Rudnicka, Anna Cox Staying Active While Staying Home: The Use of Physical Activity Technologies During Life Disruptions 2021 Frontiers in Digital Health, Journal article
Anna Rudnicka, Joseph Newbold, D Cook, Marta Cecchinato, Sandy Gould, Anna Cox Eworklife: developing effective strategies for remote working during the COVID-19 pandemic 2020 The New Future of Work Symposium, Conference abstract/presentation slides, Virtual
Anna Rudnicka, Anna Cox, Sandy Gould Why Do You Need This? Selective Disclosure of Data Among Citizen Scientists 2019 CHI 2019, Conference paper (text), Glasgow
R Brigham, J Grau-Bové, Anna Rudnicka, M Cassar, M Strlic Crowdsourcing as an Analytical Method: Metrology of Smartphone Measurements in Heritage Science 2018 Angewandte Chemie - International Edition, Journal article
AD Smith, L Kenny, Anna Rudnicka, J Briscoe, E Pellicano Drawing Firmer Conclusions: Autistic Children Show No Evidence of a Local Processing Bias in a Controlled Copying Task 2016 Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, Journal article
Anna Rudnicka Disclosure of Personal Data in Citizen Science Settings 1900 Thesis / Dissertation