Lotte Wilms, Maastricht University/National Library of the Netherlands, provisional title: European Research Libraries in Digital Humanities – Roles and Responsibilities
Kathleen Gregory, Maastricht University/DANS, provisional title: Searching for Scientific Research Data (expected completion 2021) (funded by NWO Creative Industries Programme) (co-promoter: Andrea Scharnhorst).
Rachel Allison, Maastricht University, provisional title: Crafting Bodies: An ethnographic exploration of the entanglement of technology and the senses in 21st century medical education (expected completion: 2020) (funded by ERC Starting Grant ‘Digital Doctors’, awarded to co-promoter: Anna Harris)
Claudia Egher, Maastricht University, provisional title: Mental Health Expertise Online: The enactment of expertise on major depression and bipolar disorder on online platforms in English and French (expected completion: 2019) (recipient of NWO award for ‘PhDs in the humanities’, 2014) (co-promoter: Tamar Sharon)
Maarten van Wesel, Maastricht University, provisional title: Word processing and readability of academic texts (expected completion: 2020) (co-promoter: Jeroen den Haaf (deceased 2015); Alexandra Supper since 2017)
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 Universityof Technology; Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim; ITU Copenhagen; Universiteit Leuven; Universiteit Gent; University of Buffalo, US; Curtin University of Technology, Australia.
(Total of 51 – full list available upon request.)