Elif is researching the pragmatics of behavioural nudging in the platform economy, drawing on economic and organisational sociology.

Isadora is interested in digital identity wallets (self-sovereign identities), the discourse around these technologies, and the ideas about power that are inscribed in them.

Stella investigates sociomaterial sensemaking and identity construction in platform work.

Addie studies the sharing economy in the city by way of exploring how home sharing platforms like Airbnb (co)produce urban knowledge of place via their digital and social infrastructures.

Joe‘s research relates to the ethical and social implications of increasingly data-driven universities and the changing role and activities of universities in digital society.