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Current position

Education

Professional Appointments

Teaching  

Supervising students

Grants

Evaluation of Research Proposals

Reviewer Journals

Editorial Review and Advisory Boards

Programme Committees

Membership


Current position

I work as a researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, United Kingdom on the FASTPASS project (Principal Investigator), the Access Denied project (Principal Investigator), and EINS project (Co-chair JRA5) with colleagues from all over Europe. For more details see my research page.

 

Education

PhD. Social Informatics

Name of organization: University of Amsterdam & Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (2007)

Title of thesis: Context Matters. A Social Informatics Perspective on the Design and Implications of Large-Scale e-Government Systems.

Subject: I studied the social aspects and organisational consequences of the design and implementation of two large-scale e-government systems (one for services provision, one for e-voting).

 

M.A. Cultural Anthropology

Name of organization: University of Amsterdam (1997)

Title of thesis: Van jazz word je niet rijk. Een antropologisch onderzoek naar de sociaal-economische positie van professionele jazzmusici in het Amsterdamse informele circuit.

Subject: I conducted independent long-term qualitative ethnographic fieldwork, investigating the socio-economic position of professional jazz musicians in the Amsterdam informal scene.

 

 

Professional Appointments

2009 (Apr) – present
Research Fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), University of Oxford.

2007 (Apr) – 2009 (May)
Marie Curie Research Fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), University of Oxford.

2006 (May) – present
Co-founder & Board Member
Wij vertrouwen stemcomputers niet ('We do not trust voting computers') Foundation. Amsterdam, Netherlands.

2006 (March) – 2007 (March)
Researcher at the Rathenau Institute, The Hague.

2003 (Apr) – 2005 (Oct)
Researcher TruE-Vote project, NIWI Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, Amsterdam.

2001 (Oct) – 2003 (Mar)
Researcher TruE-Vote project, Department of Social Science Informatics, University of Amsterdam.

2000 (Feb) – 2001 (Sep)
Researcher FASME project, Department of Social Science Informatics, University of Amsterdam.

1999 (Apr) – 2000 (Jan)
Junior Researcher SOEIS project, Department of Social Science Informatics, University of Amsterdam.

1998 (Jul) – 1999
Research assistant / data-entry, CO-efficient, Bureau for Communication Research, Amsterdam.

1993 – 2000
Manager & Bartender, Jazzcafe ’t Geveltje, Amsterdam.

1992 – 1993
Bartender, Jazzcafe ’t Geveltje, Amsterdam.

1991 – 1992
Geurpanellid, Olfactomat, Amsterdam.

1991 – 1992
Student mentor, Department of Cultural Anthropology, University of Amsterdam.

1990 – 1992
Bartender, Common Room, Department of Cultural Anthropology, University of Amsterdam.

 

Teaching

2015
Lecturer, co-convenor
'Internet Technologies and Regulation' course. Oxford Internet Institute, Michaelmas Term 2015/2016.

2014
Lecturer, co-convenor
'Internet Technologies and Regulation' course. Oxford Internet Institute, Michaelmas Term 2014/2015.

2013
Lecturer, University of Oxford. Lecture '
Regulatory Responses to Public Debates on Emerging ICTs' for the Internet Technologies and Regulation course. Oxford Internet Institute, Michaelmas Term 2013/2014.

Lecturer, University of Oxford. Lecture ‘What do you ask? Talking to people is harder than you think’ for the Social Research Methods and the Internet: Advanced Qualitative Analysis course. Oxford Internet Institute, Hilary Term 2013/2014.

2011
Guest Lecturer, University of Oxford. Lecture 'The Value of Privacy in Flows of Information' for the Undergraduate Lecture Series. Oxford Internet Institute. 31 January 2011.

2009
Guest Lecturer, University of Oxford. Invited lecture for the 'ICTA Change Management' Course. Department of Continuing Education. 25 November 2009.

2006
Guest Lecturer, University of Konstanz. Invited lecture for the 'Sociology of the Internet' Course. Basismodul Spezielle Soziologie. 4 July 2006.

2001
Teaching Assistant, University of Amsterdam.
Bi-weekly lectures for the 'Innovation, Organisation and Information Systems' course. Department of Social Informatics.

 

Student Supervision

Current students

  • Dana Polatin-Reuben (DPhil Student in Cyber Security, 2014), co-supervision with Dr Joss Wright
  • Ellie Marshall (MSc in Social Science of the Internet, 2014/15)
  • Ashwin Menon (MSc in Social Science of the Internet, 2014/15)

Past Students

  • Dr Chrysanthi Papoutsi (DPhil in Information, Communication and the Social Sciences, 2008 - 2013), co-supervision with Prof Ian Brown
  • Hannah Kim (MSc in Social Science of the Internet, 2010/11)

 

Grants

  • University of Oxford Principal Investigator, John Fell Fund Small Award. Access Denied project, June 2014 - September 2015 (£ 5.616). A qualitative study investigating inadequate broadband access in rural Britain.

  • European Commission Principal Investigator, FastPass project, January 2013 – December 2016 (€ 15,612,002). A project developing a harmonized, modular reference system for European automatic border crossing points. FP7, Grant agreement no: 312583.

  • Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Named researcher and co-author, Privacy Values Network project (£ 1,553,090), Apr 2009 – Dec 2011. A project developing and applying new methodologies for the study of privacy to help government and business understand the value of personal data, as well as the value and risks for other stakeholders. Grant agreement: EP/G00260/1

  • European Commission Principal Investigator, Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship, April 2007 – May 2009 (€ 158.479). A project on e-democracy technologies and the problem of public trust. MEIF-CT-2006-04167

 

Evaluation of Research Proposals

  • European Commission: Evaluation of proposals submitted to the H2020-EURO-6-2015 call on Meeting new societal needs by using emerging technologies in the public sector, September 2015, Brussels.

  • European Commission: Evaluation of proposals submitted to the H2020-INSO-2014 call on ICT-enabled open government, June 2014, Brussels.

  • European Commission: Evaluation of proposals submitted to the Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion DG (DG EMPL-B.4/MM), June 2012, Brussels.

  • ESRC: Peer Review for the Knowledge Exchange Opportunities scheme, January 2012.

 

Reviewer International Journals

  • Science, Technology and Human Values Journal (STHV)
  • International Journal of Human-Computer Studies (IJHCS)
  • International Journal of Information Communication Technologies and Human Development (IJICTHD)
  • Information, Communication & Society Journal (iCS)
  • Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication (JCMC)
  • The European Journal of Communication Research (EJCR)
  • Journal of Public Policy (JPP)
  • Policy and Internet
  • International Journal of Information Technology and Management (IJITM)
  • International Journal of Electronic Government Research (IJEGR)
  • Government Information Quarterly
  • Philosophy and Technology
  • Politics Journal
  • Mind and Society. Cognitive Studies in Economics and Social Sciences
  • Communication & Society/ Comunicación y Sociedad (C&S)
  • IEEE Technology and Society Magazine

 

Editorial Review and Advisory Board Member

 

Conference Programme Committees / Reviewer

 

Other experience

  • Invited speaker at the LiveFriday Social Animals event at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. 15 May 2015.
  • Invited speaker at the ‘Indonesian Democracy in the 2014 Presidential Election’ event. Oxford Indonesian Talks (OX I-talks), 30 January 2015.
  • Invited speaker at the ‘Assessing the societal impact of automated border control gates’ panel at the Computers, Privacy & Data Protection Conference (CPDP2015), Brussels (Belgium). 21-23 January 2015.
  • Organiser EINS Workshop on Internet Trust, Reputation, Identity and Privacy at the Social Informatics Conference 2012, 4 December 2012, Lausanne.
  • Organiser Privacy, Identity, Reputation and Trust Session at the Amsterdam Privacy Conference (APC2012).
  • 'Language-buddy' for dyslexic or non-native Dutch Anthropology students, University of Amsterdam.
  • Organiser “The Future Internet: The Social Nature of Technical Choices” workshop. St Anne's College, Oxford. 28 June 2011. (70 participants)
  • Organiser debate “Will the Design of the Future Internet Be Driven by Technology or Societal Concerns?” St Anne's College, Oxford. 28 June 2011. (80 participants)
  • Invited speaker e-voting workshop for the Science Technology Options Assessment Panel (STOA). European Parliament, Brussels. 2011. <video>
  • Organiser Brown Bag Seminars 2010 - 2011, Oxford Internet Institute.
  • Judge for the ‘Debating Matters Competition’ organized by the Institute of Ideas and the Research Councils UK (RCUK), September 2010.
  • Member of the 8th and 9th Summer Doctoral Programme Review Committee (SDP2010, SDP2011), Oxford Internet Institute.
  • Invited speaker at E-PING (European Parliamentarians Internet Group) meeting on E-voting and the Democratic Process. European Parliament, Brussels. September 2002.
  • Organiser E-voting Expert Meeting 2002, Department of Social Informatics, University of Amsterdam.
  • Organiser SOEIS Expert Meeting 2000, Department of Social Informatics, University of Amsterdam.

 

Membership

 

   
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