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Dr. Marina Trkman, Assistant Professor

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  • Dr. Marina Trkman, Assistant Professor
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    COURSE: guest lecturer at the Social Science and Information Practicum (Business Process Management module; emphasis on BPMN modelling). 2022/23, 2023/24.

    Jonathan, Michael (2022). Antecedents of Instagram users' intention to click on brand advertisement post: the impact of perceived intrusiveness
    Hudobivnik, Živa (2023). Načrtovanje pogovornega robota za pomoč zaposlenim v podjetju Elektro Ljubljana, d. d.

    RESEARCH PROGRAMME:Internet Research, P5-0399
    RESEARCH CENTRE: Centre for Social Informatics (CDI)

    BOOK: Trkman, Marina (2023). Uporabiti ali ne uporabiti #OstaniZdrav. Založba UL.


    TRKMAN, Marina, POPOVIČ, Aleš, TRKMAN, Peter. The roles of privacy concerns and trust in voluntary use of governmental proximity tracking applications, Government Information Quarterly, Volume 40, Issue 1, 2023, 101787, ISSN 0740-624X, 10.1016/j.giq.2022.101787.

    PREVODNIK, Katja, TRKMAN, Marina, GROŠELJ, Darja, BARTOL, Jošt, PETROVČIČ, Andraž. An assessment of the structural validity and measurement invariance of the web-use skills scale for aging internet users. Cyberpsychology, behaviour and social networking. 2022, vol. 25, no. 10, pp. 657-665, tables. ISSN 2152-2715. DOI: 10.1089/cyber.2022.0023.

    HVALIČ TOUZERY, Simona, TRKMAN, Marina, DOLNIČAR, Vesna. Caregiving situation as a predictor of subjective caregiver burden : informal caregivers of older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic. International journal of environmental research and public health. 2022, vol. 19, no. 21, pp. 1-21, DOI: 10.3390/ijerph192114496.

    TRKMAN, Marina, POPOVIČ, Aleš, TRKMAN, Peter. The impact of perceived crisis severity on intention to use voluntary proximity tracing applications. International journal of information management Dec. 2021, vol. 61, pp. 1-16, doi: 10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2021.102395

    TRKMAN, Marina, MENDLING, Jan, TRKMAN, Peter, KRISPER, Marjan. Impact of the conceptual model's representation format on identifying and understanding user stories. Information and software technology, ISSN 0950-5849. [Print ed.], Dec. 2019, vol. 116, art. 106168, pp. 1-7, doi: 10.1016/j.infsof.2019.08.001.

    Current projects:
    1. Global Entrepreneurial Talent Management 4 (HORIZON-GETM4-101130572) 2023-2027
    2. Transparency and Digitisation in Supply Chains (J7-50185) 2023-2025

    Past projects:
    1. Technological and Business Aspects of the Future Ecosystem for eHealth (Assoc. Prof. Dr. Marina Trkman as project leader, funded by the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport of the Republic of Slovenia; 146 000 €; project successfully completed in 2020)
    2. Implications of indirect internet use for the internet skills of the elderly, J5-2558
    3. Factors influencing the intention to use smart technology-enabled care services among family caregivers of older people in the context of telecare, J5-17855.
    4. Business analytics and business models in supply chains, J5-9329
    5. Future Internet technologies: concepts, architectures, services and socio-economic aspects, P2-0037

  • Marina Trkman, PhD, is a research associate at the Centre for Social Informatics and a lecturer at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Faculty of public administration, University of Ljubljana. Her previous positions include: Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana as a researcher, Jožef Stefan Institute as a postdoctoral researcher and Faculty of Computer Science and Informatics, University of Ljubljana as a young researcher.

    She received her PhD from the Faculty of Computer Science and Informatics, University of Ljubljana. In her PhD thesis she optimised the understanding of user requirements by linking them to the activities of business process models. She gained experience in designing, organising and conducting experiments.

    As part of a postdoctoral project at the Jožef Stefan Institute, she led the project "Technological and business aspects of the future healthcare ecosystem" in collaboration with Better (a leading vendor of e-health services worldwide). We organised data collection through two months of observations of patients on a ward at a hospital in Plymouth, England, and a review of the hospital's IT system files. The aim of the observations was to understand the performance of the patient discharge process and the opportunities for improving it with a new electronic prescribing application offered by Better.

    She was then invited to join the Faculty of Economics at the University of Ljubljana, where she took on an important research role on the project "Business analytics and business models in supply chains".

    Her work on the adoption of eHealth applications contributed to the identification of factors that have a significant impact on the intended use of a contact tracing application. These factors are: benefits to the individual, benefits to society and perceived severity of the crisis.

    She has received several awards for her research work, including prizes from companies and public and academic organisations, such as the Ad Futurina Award for Sustainable Development, the Faculty of Computer Science and Informatics Award for promising PhD students, the Trimo Award, and the ARRS Award for completing her PhD thesis 6 months ahead of schedule.

    [Last edited: 26.1.2024]

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