Jason is a Research Associate in the Intelligent Interactive Systems group. Jason's research is focused on both the micro- and macro-impacts of digital technology on people and society, with extensive background in many areas of human-computer interaction. Research topics include economics, crowdsourcing, software development, ubiquitous computing, and interface design; including a focus on human-factors, engineering design, user behaviour, and digital markets at internet-scale, particularly as they extend and shape broader policy. His current work involves the investigation and application of mobile crowdsourcing.

Jason is a member of the Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP) network, and is interested in not only the application of emerging technologies but their impact on wider society. Jason undertook the first two years of his PhD study at the University of St Andrews, as a member of the SACHI research group. He completed his PhD at the University of Cambridge, supervised by Dr Per Ola Kristensson.


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For more information about Jason's education, please see the Education section on the Business page.