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Completing a PHD with the Emerging Technologies Research Lab will see you housed in an intellectually rigorous community who focus on the social, cultural and experiential aspects of technology and design.
The Emerging Technologies Research Lab hosts visiting researchers and academic scholars (from PhD students and postdoctoral researchers to senior academics) at Monash University’s Caulfield campus. The visits are designed to encourage international research networks and collaboration and are a great way to work alongside the internationally acclaimed research lab.
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Kaspar is an industrial PhD candidate at Volvo Cars and Halmstad University Sweden. He will visit the Lab from the 20th November - 20 December 2019.
PhD Candidate Kaspar Raats
Maria Schlechter is a PhD Candidate visiting form the University of Vienna from November 2019 - June 2020.
PhD Candidate Maria Schlecter
Associate Professor Mikkel Bille, University of Roskilde is light-culture expert. In December he will join the lab to speak as part of public panel at MPavilion on 'Living in a Lit World'.
Associate Professor Mikkel Bille
Assistant Professor Karen Waltorp will visit the Lab in Feb - March and launch her new book 'Why Muslim Women and Smartphones: Mirror Images' on Wednesday 18 March.
Assistant Professor Karen Waltorp
Simon Peter Larsen is a PhD-student in the Sustainable Cities and Everyday Practices research group (SCEP) at Aalborg University, Denmark. He will visit the Lab from Feb - July 2020
PhD Candidate Simon Larsen
Lenneke Kuijer is Assistant Professor in the Future Everyday Group at the Industrial Design Department of Eindhoven University of Technology. Lenneke will be a guest of the lab in February 2020.
Assistant Professor Lenneke Kuijer