Rob Gleasure (Founder/Director)
Rob Gleasure is an Associate Professor at the Department of Digitalization at Copenhagen Business School. He received his PhD from University College Cork in 2013 and his interests include crowds/online communities, distributed collaboration, design, and neuroIS. Rob employs a range of qualitative and quantitative methods and is especially interested in exploring how systems can be designed to leverage intuition and interpersonal learning for social good.
Ioanna Constantiou (Mood synchronicity, online altruism, online dating)
Ioanna Constantiou is a Professor with special responsibilities at the Department of Digitalization at Copenhagen Business School. Her primary research areas are big data and strategy-making in digital environments, business analytics, and organizational decision-making, sharing economy, new business models and socio-economic impacts, user behavior in digital products and services markets, and strategy-making in digital ecosystems and platforms.
Kieran Conboy (Techno-Cognitive Adaptation)
Kieran Conboy is a Professor in the School of Business & Economics at the University of Galway, co-principal Investigator in the Lero Irish Software research centre, and incoming editor-in-chief of the European Journal of Information Systems. Kieran's work focuses on the way people adapt their behaviors and beliefs as they interact with digital technologies.
Qiqi Jiang (Techno-Cognitive Adaption, Green Futures)
Qiqi Jiang is an Associate Professor in the Department of Digitalization, at Copenhagen Business School. He obtained his Ph.D. degree from the Department of Information Systems, City University of Hong Kong, Master's degree from ETH Zurich, and Bachelor's degree from Nankai University. He is interested in understanding how human beings interact with emerging technologies like mobile technology, blockchain, AI, etc.
Daniel Barratt (Cognition and visual attention)
Daniel Barratt is an Associate Professor at the Department of Management, Society and Communication (MSC), Copenhagen Business School. His research interests include visual communication and film, visual attention and eye movements, theories and models of emotion, and cultural influences on cognitive processes. He is the director of CogLab, a facility for conducting experimental research based at MSC.
Andreas Blicher (Online altruism, online dating, online disclosure)
Andreas Blicher is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Digitalization at Copenhagen Business School. He holds a Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Copenhagen. His current research investigates the interplay between information systems and emotional contagion employing eye tracking, biosensors, and virtual reality. He is also working on studies that relate to the digital transformation of work and digital platforms, as well as more specific topics such as privacy, cybersecurity, and online altruism.
Tawfiq Alashoor (Online disclosure)
Tawfiq Alashoor is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Digitalization at Copenhagen Business School. He concentrates his research on privacy decision-making and cybersecurity. Utilizing lab and online behavioral experiments, he provides valuable insights to individuals, organizations, and policymakers on effective privacy practices. His academic contributions aim to enhance personal and organizational privacy protocols in an increasingly interconnected digital landscape.
Maylis Saigot (Mood synchronicity)
Maylis Saigot is a Ph.D. Fellow at the Department of Digitalization at Copenhagen Business School. Her current research focuses on the emergence of collective moods during online team collaboration and the technological features that mediate this phenomenon. She uses a variety of research methods, including lab and online experiments. More broadly, her interests include team collaboration, neuroIS, organizational UX, and design science.
Angela Kensy Tziatziou (Online Dating)
Angela Kensy Tziatziou is a Research and Teaching Assistant at the Department of Digitalization and a Master's Student in Administration & Digital Business at Copenhagen Business School. Her research on Neuromarketing included facial coding (AUs) and quantifying Ads performance. Currently, she assists during experiment procedures with the use of biosensors and eye-tracking. Her interests include analyzing and interpreting human behavior, conducting research, and finding how neuroscience in general may profit society.