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Web Science Institute

Our students

Human-Centred AI Doctoral Students come from a range of disciplinary backgrounds and carry out research in a range of fields related to AI and the impact on the future of our society.

Their training is tightly integrated with real world challenges in a broad application spectrum with strong social and economic impact.

If you would like to find out more about our students and their research, please email websciencecdt@soton.ac.uk.

 

Student Research Topic
Fahad Alhathal Using emerging technologies to enhance the customer experience for supermarkets in the UK
Supervisors: Dr Yuanyuan Yin (Winchester School of Art) and Dr Gary Wills (Electronics & Computer Science)
Malak Alsabban Comparing two sentiment analysis approaches by understand the hesitancy to COVID-19 vaccine based on Twitter data in two cultures
Supervisors: Professor Dame Wendy Hall (Electronics & Computer Science) and Dr Mark Weal (Electronics & Computer Science)
Areej Alzaidi Managing Health Crisis on Social Media: Studying COVID-19 Vaccine on Twitter as a Trust Issue
Supervisors: Professor Dame Wendy Hall (Electronics & Computer Science) and Professor Les Carr (Electronics & Computer Science)
Maria Brasoveanu Knowledge Disruptors and Thought Leaders
Supervisors: Professor Les Carr (Electronics & Computer Science) and Professor Jacek Brodzki (Mathematical Sciences)
Yu Cao Explanation of Machine Learning Model for Clinicians
Supervisors: Professor Dame Wendy Hall (Electronics & Computer Science), Dr Richard Giordano (Health Sciences), and Professor Adriane Chapman (Electronics & Computer Science) 
Rachel Hayward AI for the Future of Society: The intersection between gender, technology, and safety for active travel
Supervisors: Professor Dame Wendy Hall (Electronics & Computer Science) and Professor Pauline Leonard (Social Sciences)
Jianrui Kang The implications of GAN artworks for contemporary technoculture
Supervisors: Dr Seth Giddings (Winchester School of Art) and Dr Luci Eldridge (Winchester School of Art)
Kieron Owen AI in composition and culture: how automated artists impact the future of creative work
Supervisors: Dr Tom Irvine (Music) and Professor Pauline Leonard (Social Sciences)
Ashwathy Revi Automatic Summarization of Interactive Narratives as Intelligent Feedback to Assist its Authoring
Supervisors: Dr David Millard (Electronics & Computer Science) and Dr Stuart Middleton (Electronics & Computer Science)
Eryn Rigley Ethics of AI and Data Science
Supervisors: Professor Adriane Chapman (Electronics & Computer Science), Dr Christine Evers (Electronics & Computer Science) and Dr William McNeill (Philosophy)
Yadira Sanchez Benitez Digital exclusion as social harm: Co-designing digital tools with communities to support community-based algorithmic ecosystems
Supervisors: Dr Pamela Ugwudike (Social Sciences), Dr Anita Lavorgna (Social Sciences) and Dr Mark Weal (Electronics & Computer Science
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