Giorgio Micheletti, Campus Brussels, Maastricht University, provisional title: The EU Digital Policy and the turbulent road to digital sovereignty – An initial evaluation (co-supervisor: Eliyahu Sapir)
Cecilia Schenetti, Maastricht University, provisional title: EU soft borders in Africa. How migration campaigns affect Senegalese youth’smigration imaginaries and sense of social justice (co-promoters: Valentina Mazzucato and Djamila Schans)
Lotte Wilms, Maastricht University/National Library of the Netherlands, provisional title: European Research Libraries in Digital Humanities – Roles and Responsibilities
Rachel Allison, Maastricht University, provisional title: Crafting Bodies: An ethnographic exploration of the entanglement of technology and the senses in 21st century medical education (funded by ERC Starting Grant ‘Digital Doctors’, awarded to co-promoter: Anna Harris)
Maarten van Wesel, Maastricht University, provisional title: Word processing and readability of academic texts (co-promoter: Jeroen den Haaf (deceased 2015); Alexandra Supper since 2017)
Sytze van Herck, Centre for Contemporary Digital History, University of Luxemburg, Re/constructing Computing Experiences. From punch girls in the 1940s to computer boys in the 1980s (awarded January 2022) (main supervisor: Andreas Fickers. I was a member of the supervisory committee together with Martin Theobald).
Kathleen Gregory, Maastricht University/DANS, Findable and Reusable? Data Discovery Practices in Research (awarded cum laude March 2021) (funded by NWO Creative Industries Programme) (co-promoters: Paul Groth and Andrea Scharnhorst).
Anna Bon, Maastricht University, Intervention or Collaboration? Redesigning Information and Communication Technologies for Development (awarded December 2020) (co-promoter: Hans Akkermans)
Claudia Egher, Maastricht University, Mental Health Expertise Online: The enactment of expertise on major depression and bipolar disorder on online platforms in English and French (awarded December 2019) (recipient of NWO award for ‘PhDs in the humanities’, 2014) (co-promoter: Tamar Sharon)
Rafael Bienia, Maastricht University, Role Playing Materials (awarded April 2016) (co-promoter: Karin Wenz) (funded by NWO)
Jess Bier, Maastricht University: Mapping Israel, Mapping Palestine: How Segregated Landscapes Shape Scientific Knowledge (awarded April 2014) (co-promoter: Bas van Heur) (winner of Maastricht University Best Dissertation Prize, 2016 – for dissertations completed in 2014 & 2015)
Matthijs Kouw, Maastricht University, Pragmatic constructions. Simulation and the vulnerability of technological culture (awarded December 2012) (co-promoter: Wiebe Bijker)
Niels van Doorn, ASCoR, UvA, Digital Spaces, Material Traces. Investigating the performance of gender, sexuality, and embodiment on internet platforms that feature user-generated content (awarded February 2010) (promoter: Liesbet van Zoonen) (awarded NWO Rubicon Award in 2010, and ERC starter grant in 2017)
Vanessa Dirksen, FEE, UvA, Social imaginaries of technology and work. A Connective ethnography (awarded September 2007) (promoter: Rik Maes)
Tamara Witschge, ASCoR, UvA, In/difference online: The issue of immigration on the Internet (awarded May 2007) (promoter: Kees Brants) (awarded NWO Vidi grant in 2015)
Caroline Nevejan, ASCoR, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Presence and the design of trust (awarded April 2007) (promoter: Cees Hamelink)
Helen Kennedy, School of Media and Cultural Studies, University of East London, Digits and subjects: Autobiographies of multimedia and identity (awarded 2003) (co-supervisor: Nod Miller)
Member of examining committees of PhD dissertations at: University of Manchester; University of Sussex; Lancaster University; Universiteit van Amsterdam; Maastricht University; Universiteit Twente; Leiden University; Utrecht University; Erasmus University Rotterdam; Eindhoven University of Technology; Tilburg University; Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim; ITU Copenhagen; Universiteit Leuven; Universiteit Gent; University of Buffalo, US; VU University Asterdam; Curtin University of Technology, Australia.
(Total of 54 – full list available upon request.)