Doctoral Studies Programme: 2022 recipients announced
- Hien Thu Dao, AMBS, Manchester University. PhD title: Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled innovation and the changing nature of Organisational Learning;
- Alejandra Andrea Navea Parra, AMBS, Manchester University. PhD title: Start-ups, IP contractual provisions and securing Venture Capital funding;
- Tommaso Portaluri, Sussex University. PhD title: Opening-up technology futures. A case study on R&D practices and future-oriented technology analysis at the European Innovation Council;
- Jana Leonora Strauss, Institute for Manufacturing, Cambridge University. PhD title: The Role of Technology for Frugal Service Innovation: A Manufacturing Perspective;
- Mohammed Ali, Institute for Manufacturing, Cambridge University. PhD title: Influence of information of management practice-based and open innovation on resource efficiency to better inform sustainable industrial policy;
- Simon Frederic Dietlmeier, Institute for Manufacturing, Cambridge University. PhD title: Policy-Driven Industrial Ecosystems: Industry Collaborations in the Quest for Technological Sovereignty & Prosperity.
The Doctoral Studies Programme award provides up to three years funding to talented prospective or mid-study PhD students, offering an opportunity to concentrate on the studentship for the period of the award. The expectation is that candidates will have a Masters degree in a relevant field or an excellent first degree or equivalent. Candidates are expected to complete yearly progress reports and to make a copy of their thesis available to RADMA upon its completion. Find out more about awarded funding