Doctoral Studies Programme: 2021 recipients announced

September 2, 2020

  • Christian Bucker, University of Cambridge, PhD title: Open innovation and the role of consumer involvement in the implementation of the circular economy;
  • Nopparuj Chindasombatcharoen, University of Cambridge, PhD title:  Behavioural Economics Aspects of Industrial Policy and Technology Transfer: Evidence from the Agri-food Industry;
  • Soo Young Choi, City University of London, PhD title: Knowledge creation with AI technology: Exploring human-AI interactions for knowledge creation and digital product innovation
  • Leon Pietschmann, University of Cambridge, PhD title: Managing Mixed Reality in Manufacturing Environments: Potentials for Technology Transfer and Impact Assessment;
  • Anisha Varughese, University of Lancaster, PhD title: Adoption of Digital Technologies by Non-Digital Sectors for R&D Functions: Evidence from the Aerospace

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