- Adam Williams, Swansea University, College of Engineering
- Ahmed Kharrufa, Newcastle University, Human Computer Interaction
- Jing Wu, Cardiff University, Computer Science
- Eddy Borges-Rey, University of Stirling, Media and Communications
- Elvira Perez Vallejos, Nottingham University, Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute
- Emma Slade, Swansea University, Digital Services & Technology Adoption
- Enrico Andreoli, Swansea University, College of Engineering
- Eugene Miakinkov, Swansea University, Political and Cultural Studies
- Grant Gibson, University of Stirling, Social Gerontology
- Jamie Woodcock, City University London, Management
- Jonathan Jones, Swansea University, Computer Science
- Kyle Montague, Newcastle University, Human Computer Interaction
- Lella Nouri-Bennet, Swansea University, College of Law and Criminology
- Mark R Johnson, York University, Sociology
- Murray Evans, Bath University, Computer Science – Motion Capture, CAMERA
- Murray Goulden, Nottingham University, STS/ Sociology
- Paolo Simonetto, Swansea University, Information Visualisation
- Pey Fen Eng (Connie), Swansea University, College of Engineering
- Priyanka Chaurasia, Ulster University, Computer Science
- Rob Wortham, University of Bath, AI for Domestic Applications
- Roisin McNaney, Newcastle University, Human Computer Interaction
The Digital Economy Crucible is a unique leadership and development journey, formed of three intensive two day ‘labs’ held at Swansea (May), York (June) and London (July).
A dynamic, transformative programme of events awaits the participants – with sessions on:
- engaging with the media (BBC and Channel 4),
- inspirational leadership,
- research commercialisation,
- grant capture,
- effective collaboration,and
- achieving impact.
Time will also be spent with representatives from EPSRC and AHRC, and industry partners.
We are delighted to have drawn such a rich combination of talented Early Careers Researchers for the 2016 events from across the UK.