Jordan Crawford


  • Doctoral Researcher


After graduating from college with triple distinction in 2013, Jordan began work for a data security firm, DigitalDefence as the lead in the company’s CRM system projects for two years. He then attended the University of East Anglia to receive a 1.1 bachelor’s degree in Management in 2017.

Jordan is now a part of the Intelligent Automation Centre’s research team at Loughborough University, undertaking his PhD by combining engineering and psychology disciplines. This research attempts to solve mental health issues in the engineering context. His research is aligned with the EPSRC’s £1.9m DigiTOP project, which is developing a predictive toolkit to optimise productivity and communication between human workers and robots.


  • First class degree in multidisciplinary business management, University of East Anglia, 2017.

Key Awards

  • £3000 advanced scholarship to the University of East Anglia awarded for outstanding academic achievement.
  • First place Adnams Southwold Employability Prize, 2016.
  • Recipient of the Ede & Ravenscroft Post-Graduate Research Prize, 2019.

Research interests

  • Human-AS trust and reliance
  • Implicit attitudes
  • Mental health disorders


  • Human-AS trust and reliance
  • Common Mental Disorders (CMD)
  • Business