2022 Publications

2022 Publications

Please find below a listing of some of the Horizon CDT PhD student academic publications that have been accepted/published during 2022. 

Boyes, P., Sharples, S., Tennent, P., Priestnall, G., Morley, J. (2022). The Role of People and Data in Complex Spatial-Related Long-Term Decisions: A Case Study of Capital Project Management Groups. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology International Journal of Industrial and Systems Engineering Vol:16, No:2, 2022.

Bryce, V., Leach, T., Stahl, B., and Brooks, L. (2022). Broadening our horizons – digital technology, metatechnologies, and their implications for responsible innovation. Novation. ISSN 2562-7147.

Bryce, V., Stahl, B., and Brooks, L. (2022). We need to talk about digital HR ethics! A review of the academic literature on ethical aspects of algorithmic Human Resource Management (HRM) technologies. Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development Applied Research Conference (CIPD ARC 2022), 26-27 January 2022, Manchester, United Kingdom. doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.26318.38726

Benford, S., Sundnes Løvlie, A., Ryding, K., Rajkowska, P., Bodiaj, E., Darzentas, D. P., Cameron, H. R., Spence, J., Egede, J., Spanjevic, B. (2022), “Sensitive Pictures: Emotional Interpretation in the Museum”. ACM SIGCHI Human Computer Interaction Conference, April 30-May 6, New Orleans, USA. doi.org/10.1145/3491102.3502080

Dionysis, S., Chesney, T. and McAuley, D. (2022), Examining the influential factors of consumer purchase intentions for blockchain traceable coffee using the theory of planned behaviourBritish Food Journal, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. doi.org/10.1108/BFJ-05-2021-0541.

Midha, S., Wilson, M.L. and Sharples, S. (2022), “Lived Experiences of Mental Workload in Everyday Life“. In: CHI’22: Proceedings of the 2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, April 30-May 6, New Orleans, USA. doi.org/10.1145/3491102.3517690

Wilson, M.L., Midha, S., Maior, H.A., Cox, A.L., Chuang, L. and Urquhart, L.D. (2022) “SIG: Moving from Brain-Computer Interfaces to Personal Cognitive Informatics”. In: CHI’22 Extended Abstracts, April 30-May 6, New Orleans, USA (in press)

Piasecki, S., Chen, J., (2022), Complying with the GDPR when vulnerable people use smart devices, International Data Privacy Law, doi.org/10.1093/idpl/ipac001.