PhD student Becca Coates is currently undertaking data collection. Her method is built on a social media framework, using a sample taken from London-based placement students from Loughborough.
Wider study here: http://tweetsinthestreets.org/people-2.php
People Researchers. Colin Robertson. Dr. Colin Robertson is an Associate Professor in the Geography and Environmental Studies Department at Wilfrid Laurier University.
- Former CIM PhD student Junior Onojeharho has joined the Centre as a Research Associate, having graduated in December 2015.
- PhD student Marzieh Talebpour presented work at the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell SUPERGEN research conference. The conference took place at The University of Bath, UK on the 14-16 December 2015.
- CIM PhD student Josh Morton was awarded joint SBE Doctoral Researcher of the Year for 2015.
- Several CIM PhD students presented their work at the 2nd International Data and Information Management Conference, 12-13 January 2016. Organised by CIM members, the 2016 conference focussed on the theme 'Exploring our digital shadow'. For details on the IDIMC, please visit: http://idimc.org/.
- PhD students Suzi Muchmore and Vipin Chauhan recently presented their work at the 16th European Conference on Knowledge Management (ECKM 2015). The conference took place at The University of Udine, Italy on the 3-4 September 2015.
- Six CIM PhD students (Ghosia Ahmed, Hilda Mwangakala, Josh Morton, Peggy A, Rebecca Coates and Rui Zhao) presented posters at the SBE Doctoral Conference 2015. The conference was a one-day event on the 16th September at Loughborough University (http://www.sbeconference2015.co.uk).
- PhD student Rebecca Coates has joined the organising committee for the 2nd International Data and Information Management Conference, 12-13 January 2016. Organised by CIM members, the 2016 conference will be focussed on the theme 'Exploring our digital shadow'. For details on the IDIMC, please visit: http://idimc.org/
Below is a list of our PhD students in alphabetical order.
Below is a list of our PhD students in alphabetical order.
Supervisor: Dr Gillian Ragsdell
Dissertation Topic: 'Knowledge security: Developing a framework to reduce the intrinsic clash between knowledge sharing and information security in project teams'
Supervisors: Dr Louise Cooke and Dr Andrew Rothwell
Dissertation Topic: 'The influence of personal connections on human resource management, knowledge sharing and innovation in Kuwait: The mediating role affective commitment'
Supervisors: Dr Gillian Ragsdell and Dr S Maynard (external)
Dissertation Topic: 'Using intellectual capital to support the electronic publishing processes in Jordanian newspapers: Designing and building an innovative framework'
Supervisors: Dr Donna Champion (external) and Dr Julie Holland (Nottingham Trent)
Dissertation Topic: 'Factors influencing information systems integration into SMEs in Saudi Arabia'
Abdullah Fahid A Altowayan
Supervisors: Dr Jonathan Seaton and Dr Louise Cooke
Dissertation Topic: ‘Methods and techniques that affect representative/consensual stakeholder participation in IS in Saudi Arabia’
Supervisors: Dr Gillian Ragsdell and Dr Donna Champion (external: Cranfield)
Dissertation Topic: 'Towards a conceptualisation of knowledge management and transfer within the community and voluntary sector: A case study of Charnwood Connect'
Dissertation Topic: 'Mental workload and performance in high-risk decision-making: A psycho-physiological study of the effects of human-computer interfaces in policing'
Supervisors: Prof Tom Jackson, Dr Martin Sykora and Dr S Summerskill (Design School)
Supervisors: Prof P Carillo (external) and Dr Gillian Ragsdell
Dissertation Topic: 'A framework for establishing knowledge transfer practice in the Nigerian construction sector'
Supervisor: Prof Tom Jackson
Dissertation Topic: 'CDT Embedded Intelligence'
Stephanie Anja Hills
Supervisors: Prof Tom Jackson, Dr Martin Sykora and Dr Ejovwoke Onojeharho
Dissertation Topic: 'Exploring emotive linguistic cues in social media and electronic communication for the detection of insider threat, terrorist activity, and bullying behaviour'
Supervisors: Prof Graham Matthews and Dr Gillian Ragsdell
Dissertation Topic: 'To develop effective knowledge management systems to improve the impact of international development of Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs)'
Supervisors: Dr Gillian Ragsdell and Prof Vicky Story
Dissertation Topic: 'From knowledge transfer to knowledge utilisation: The pursuit of impact within the UK low carbon innovation system'
Hilda Abraham Mwangakala
Supervisors: Dr Janet Harrison and Prof Mark Hepworth
Dissertation Topic: 'Use of mobile phones to promote women's utilization of maternal health services in rural Tanzania'
Supervisors: Prof Tom Jackson, Dr Gillian Ragsdell and Dr Kalawsky (external)
Dissertation Topic: 'Using Critical Systems Thinking in the provision of a theoretical foundation for Knowledge Management'
Supervisors: Dr Gillian Ragsdell, Prof Donald Hislop and Brown (external: EIS)
Dissertation Topic: 'Knowledge in high performance sport: Conducting a knowledge management audit at the English Institute of Sport (EIS)'
Supervisors: Dr Claire Creaser, Dr Probets (external) and Dr Fry (external)
Dissertation Topic: 'Disciplinary information practices and data curation: A study of music and sociology'
Supervisors: Dr Louise Cooke and Dr Nicola Bateman
Dissertation Topic: 'An investigation into the effect that visualising the file system of a user's PC based upon lexical analysis of content has on reducing the duplication of knowledge at a local and organisational level'
Doctoral students join a lively and supportive community of research students, becoming an integral part of the School’s research culture. We welcome approaches from suitably qualified graduates, particularly those with a relevant Masters degree and sufficient funding, who may wish to undertake research projects in the specialist areas of the group, leading to a PhD. As a research student, you will be encouraged to attend conferences to present your work and develop joint publications with your supervisors.
The Group has great supervisory experience and is keen to supervise high quality research students in members’ specialist research fields. Recognition of the quality of supervision offered by Group members has resulted in funding for doctoral students from Research Councils. For students interested in further information on potential PhD projects and supervisors, please look carefully through our webpages.
In addition, the Centre is part of the Centre for Doctoral Training in Embedded Intelligence and studentships are available each year.