Research and publications Interdisziplinary research project "FoodCoach" Current research project (2020 - 2024) The interdisciplinary research project FoodCoach aims to make a research-based contribution to the reduction of diet-related diseases. FoodCoach develops an automated approach for the analysis of digital shopping data - based on customer cards of food retailers - and makes this information accessible to users via a mobile app. In parallel to the technical development and implementation, sociological research is being conducted to gather the lived experiences of users and the reservations of non-users towards digital nutrition monitoring and intervention. The findings gained in the form of surveys, focus group discussions and interviews are continuously incorporated into the research project. Further information you find on the project website. Food research at HSG I: Why and what we research Food research at HSG II: Food consumption in the 21st century Food research at HSG III: Nutrition in the digital age Published 10.03.2021 Die Datafizierung von Alltagspraktiken: Datenaktivismus als neue Verantwortung? Publications of Prof. Dr. Tanja Schneider Brenninkmeijer, J., Schneider, T. and S. Woolgar (2020) Witness and silence in neuromarketing: Managing the gap between science and its application.Science, Technology& Human Values, 65(1) 62–86. Schneider, T., Eli, K., McLennan, A., Dolan, C., Lezaun, J. and S. Ulijazsek (2019) Governance by campaign. The co-constitution of food issues, publics and expertise.Information, Communication & Society, 22(2): 172-192. Schneider, T., Eli, K., Dolan, C. and Ulijaszek, S. (eds.) (2018) Digital Food Activism.London: Routledge Further publications you find on the research platform Alexandria and Researchgate.