My research is supported by the following institutions and companies. I am deeply grateful for their help and sponsorship, without which I would not be able to do what I am doing.

If you would like to have your logo and name in the following list by supporting the research, please let me know.

Lero — the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre Lero — the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre gives me office space and (not only) academic support whenever I want to work there. They also cover almost all of my travel expenses to and from Ireland.
Nokia Nokia donated 7 N900 Internet Tablets to be given to study participants.
Tuxbrain Tuxbrain offered six special OpenMoko FreeRunner developer packs at a discounted price.
Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard donated US$ 1'000 to buy rewards for study participants.
Thecus Thecus donated a N2100 digital media centre to be given to one of the study participants.
Krafft IT Solutions Ltd., Ireland Krafft IT Solutions Ltd., Ireland, funds the remaining rewards.

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