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.

PhD graduates

Consult 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

Alfred Chikomba

Data governance in crisis and change

Ba Xuan Nguyen

International Research Collaboration Measurement

Nancy Li

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

Ngoc An Vu

Optimizing the relevance of online recommendation systems through customer participation

Patricia Mariel Velasquez

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

Hassan Mustafa

Platform Power and Politics of Information in the Global South

Alan Samuel

AI-human Collaboration in Leadership Coaching: Towards A Leadership Capability Development Framework

Rebecca Mines

Experiencing technologies in learning: a Higher Education student perspective

Nastaran Mohammadhossein

Value of using augmented reality in organizational settings

Ishara Kandane Arachchige Don

How can leaders support readiness to cope with challenges related to forced adoption of digital work environment?

Wanxuan Lin

AI technology and team creativity

Chloe Latto

Digital technologies impact on organisational structures

Jingyu Zheng

Shafiqul Alam

Humans and AI collaboration in manufacturing organizations

Bayu Nuswantoro

Exploring the impact of visibility on work processes in hybrid work environments

Sadia Afroze

AI in academic libraries

Michael Miller

Mathematically modelling Māori language revitalisation.

Alison Day (she/they)

Collecting and Connecting: The experiences of queer communities and queer independent archives with GLAM institutions and universities in Aotearoa New Zealand