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ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership for Social Sciences

 

Emerging technologies, human behaviour and productivity Cluster

This thematic cluster incorporates multidisciplinary themes revolving around the relationship between emerging technologies and economic and social behaviours. In the training pathway this cluster will include the study of the role of these emerging technologies in securing improved productivity and sustainable economic growth. Yet new technologies, including communication technologies can also carry perceived threats to both society and individuals. Emergent technologies are indeed changing the nature of society, as well as the nature of economic and social interactions. Research themes in this cluster and supervision of doctoral students will therefore also focus on the challenges posed by new technologies and their likely huge impacts. 

Students within this cluster are:

 

Surname First Name CRSID Department
Aitkenhead Sam sa952 Architecture
Bock Julius jb2250 Engineering
Brandim-Howson Joseph jb2145 Latin American Studies
Eireiner Anna Verena ave23  Sociology 
Felsberger Stefanie sf658 Gender Studies
Forde Hannah  hf332  MRC Epidemiology Unit
Grimmel Jessica jg772 Psychology 
Higgins Isabelle irth2 Sociology 
Kaur Amarpreet ak997  Sociology 
Lodge Jan jsl61 Business & Management Studies
Maertens Rakoen rm938  Psychology 
Margeloiu Andrei am2770 Computer Science and Technology
McMaster Jessica jm2309 Psychology
Olesen Cecilie cso35 Psychology 
Parry Charles cp649 Economics
Shields Gavin gos25 Psychology 
Simpson Rachel rs2056   MRC Epidemiology Unit
Suali Arunpreet ass52 Engineering (IfM)
Szypula Joanna js2351  Psychology