He is the incoming editor-in-chief of the European Journal of Information Systems and has chaired international conferences in his field.He is also on the board of the Irish Research Council, and has previously been Head of the School of Business as well as Dean of Business, Public Policy & Law.
He is looking to supervise projects on responsible AI or responsible tech generally. He is also interested in projects that critically evaluate emerging tech concepts such as digital transformation. He also welcome projects that look at time and technology and particularly the over-emphasis on speed, velocity and on society’s over-reliance on tech in an increasingly digital and accelerated and dynamic world. His team have many existing projects will collaborators such as Intel, SINTEF Norway, Fidelity Investments, Dell and others, as well as academic partners such as the University of Sydney, MIT, NTNU, the University of Agder. The recruited fellows are more than welcome to collaborate with these partners.
Responsible, analytics/AI, digital transformation, time and technology, development methods