Digital Technologies Policy Laboratory
New and emerging digital technologies are reshaping the ways that we interact, work, and govern. They have profound implications for the promotion of justice and equity, for economic growth, for the provision of public goods, and for international affairs and security. Due to the pace of change as well as the scale and scope of these transformations, the formulation of policies that effectively address these issues is particularly difficult. In order to support sound policy solutions in this context, the Digital Technologies Policy Lab works closely with the national and international policy community to understand their goals and challenges and to develop research projects that provide solutions.
We have a number of projects underway in STEaPP that have been co-designed with policy makers. These are typically oriented around specific research questions that have been developed collaboratively - with real attention to the specific needs of those who work to design and implement innovative policy approaches to the deeply challenging problems as well as the unprecedented opportunities brought about by technological change.
- Other Projects
International Cooperation on the IoT Violence, Abuse and Mental Health Network (VAMHN)
- STEaPP Contributors
Professor Madeline Carr, Principal Investigator and Director of the Digital Policy Laboratory; she is also Professor of Global Politics and Cybersecurity Dr Uchenna Ani, Research Associate, PETRAS Centre of Excellence Dr Irina Brass, Associate Professor in Regulation, Innovation and Public Policy Dr Kruakae Pothong, Research Associate, PETRAS Centre of Excellence Dr Ine Steenmans, Lecturer in Futures, Analysis and Policy Dr Leonie Tanczer, Lecturer in International Security and Emerging Technologies Professor Jeremy Watson CBE, Professor of Engineering Systems and Director and PI of the PETRAS Centre of Excellence Srinidhi Vasudevan, Research Fellow, Cyber Readiness for Boards Dr Jose Llanos, Research Fellow, Privacy Awareness Cloud Ecosystems Dr Saheli Datta Burton, Research Fellow, GiST