Research students at SIM

Meet our multi-cultural cohort of current PhD thesis students at the School of Information Management, and learn about their research.

Alfred Chikomba

Data governance in crisis and change

Ba Xuan Nguyen

Performing time-series analyses on trade data and bibliographic data to describe the relationship between international collaboration and trade flows.

Cameron Pierson

Public Librarians: Toward a typology of professional identity

Iva Seto

Expert advisory groups: Exploring the sensemaking process during a public health crisis response.

Julia Dakova

Measuring the value of information flows.

Kathryn Oxborrow

Non-Māori librarians’ approaches to Mātauranga Māori: A sense-making study.

Kingsley Ihejirika

Social media strategies for marketing library and information services: User behaviour and motivation for engagement.

Ngoc An Vu

Optimizing the relevance of online recommendation systems through customer participation

Niloofar Solhjoo

Information experiences and everyday pet care and management

Patricia Mariel Velasquez

Effect of the design of blended library on students’ learning motivation

Prem Khanal

IT-enabled frugal innovation.

Rodreck David

Formation of inter-organisational platforms.

Talitakuum A.T. Ekandjo

Enterprise Intelligent Applications and Work Practices: An Exploratory Study

Yevgeniya (Jane) Li

Co-evolution of social media crises.

PhD Graduates

Below is the list of completed theses by PhD research students in the School of Information Management.

Ahmad Nadzri Mohamad

Data-driven Innovation with Open Government Data

Nancy Li

Investigating the interface between public policy and science using computational modelling and the analysis of complex systems.