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Spotlight on our researchers

Featured researchers at the centre

Ryan Southall – Improving the Environmental Performance of Buildings

Dr Ryan Southall researches the environmental impact and performance of buildings, developing tools, techniques and processes to make buildings more energy efficient. He’s worked in the field for twenty-five years, beginning with research into energy efficient windows. His current research… Continue Reading →

Carl Bonner-Thompson – Living queer with data

Dr Carl Bonner Thompson is a senior lecturer, working in the field of feminist and queer geographies. His recent research has explored the role of data extracted from digital devices and how this affects the lives, emotions and experiences of… Continue Reading →

Dave Harley – Delving into the digital self

Cyberpsychology is something that impacts all of us, given that digital devices and our use of them is part of most areas of our lives. Dr Dave Harley has been studying the subject of Cyberpsychology for more than fifteen years,… Continue Reading →

Linda Tip – Migration, integration and well-being in a digital world

Linda Tip is a Principal Lecturer in Psychology whose research is centred around the psychological side of migration; in particular, the social welfare of refugees and asylum seekers. Most recently, Linda has been exploring the use of digital technologies in… Continue Reading →

Khuong Nguyen – Digital health for future pandemics

Dr Khuong An Nguyen joined the University of Brighton as a Lecturer in Computer Science in 2020. He is the winner of several awards – ‘Most outstanding Vietnamese Student in the UK 2014’, ‘Most Inspirational Lecturer of the Year 2021’,… Continue Reading →

Marcus Winter – Building a digital world that’s fit for humans

Marcus Winter has not followed a typical route to his current role in academia. A self-confessed university drop-out, he worked as a professional software developer and later ran his own business, before moving into research at the University of Brighton… Continue Reading →

Spotlight on Judith Ricketts ECR with the Centre for Digital Cultures and Innovation

Judith Ricketts is an Early Career Researcher (ECR) who creates data-driven, screen-based art and technology for education and social change. She has a particular interest in researching data connected to the slave trade and Black History, which she analyses to… Continue Reading →

Siju Yusuf: PhD student with the centre for Digital Cultures and Innovation

Sijuade Yusuf is a PhD student researching the use of social media for addressing gender inequality in sub-Saharan Africa. Following her first degree in Agricultural Science, Sijuade spent eight years working in banking in Nigeria, where she became increasingly aware… Continue Reading →

Kelly Rebecca Prime: PhD Student with the Centre for Digital Cultures and Innovation

Smart meters, energy justice and cutting carbon emissions. Kelly is a PhD research student who is looking into the future of smart meters in the UK, and how policy around their introduction will impact on their effectiveness for creating energy… Continue Reading →

Caleb Madden: PhD student with the Centre for Digital Cultures and Innovation

Caleb Madden is an artist, lecturer, curator and noise theorist, in the final stages of completing his PhD with the Centre for Digital Cultures and Innovation (CDCI). His interest in noise theory began when he was a teenage musician, interested… Continue Reading →

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