The Digital Organisation and Society (DOS) Research Centre is an interdisciplinary group of researchers whose work focuses on developing a critical understanding of the implications of digital technologies for work, organisations and society. DOS regularly organises seminars, workshops and mini-conferences details of this can be found in the events page.

DOS Impact Event and moving forward

As we start the new academic year, we are very thankful to all colleagues, speakers and companies who joined and presented their work during the last academic year. We look forward to similar events and new opportunities for further impactful research this year. Here is a video summarising the highlights of the Impact Event last July:

Latest Blog Posts

  • IoT in Agriculture: Trust Matters
    Author’s his next leg of research trip to Sicily, where he interviewed Maria Luisa Cinquerrui, Founder and CEO of Smartisland Group and her colleagues. Read to learn about the challenges faced and strategies developed by this startup company for SmartAgriculture in Italy.
  • IoT in Agriculture: Why Technology Is Not Enough for Success
    Read the first part of author’s blog series where he shares some snippets of his field trip to Novi Sad telling the DunavNET story based on first-hand experiences from the field to inform the development and adoption of smart agriculture in Serbia.

Upcoming Events

21 JUNE 2023, 3PM-4PM GMT

Social Intermediation – Role of ICTs

Digital Organisation and Society (DOS) research centre upcoming research seminar with Professor Israr Qureshi, Professor of Social Entrepreneurship and ICT for Development at Australian National University, who will be delivering a talk on Social Intermediation…

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28 JUNE 2023, 9:45AM-12:15PM | 29 JUNE 2023, 10AM-4PM

DOS 2023 Impact Event

We are delighted to announce the 2023 DOS impact event. This is the time of the year when we celebrate the impactful research of our DOS members and engage with industry experts and Editors of top journals for new research ideas and potential future collaborations.   This year’s DOS impact event will be taking place…

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