Grace Eden is a Senior Research Associate at the University of Oxford Computer Science Department and leads ethnographic research for the EPSRC funded project ‘Framework for Responsible Research and Innovation in ICT’ where the first comprehensive study is underway to discover current positions within the UK ICT research community regarding the identification and management of potential societal risks and uncertainties in ICT research.
She engages in interdisciplinary research with a focus on understanding the ways in which technology effects communication, collaboration and knowledge exchange within scientific, work and home settings. Her research extends across three areas of social science research; the sociology of scientific knowledge (SSK), with its focus on how scientific knowledge is produced, shared and modified; computer supported cooperative work (CSCW), with its focus on understanding the details of day-to-day practices and collaboration; and the broader impacts of science and innovation upon wider society.
From Computer Ethics to Responsible Research and Innovation in ICT: The transition of reference discourses informing ethics−related research in information systems
Bernd Carsten Stahl‚ Grace Eden‚ Marina Jirotka and Mark Coeckelbergh
In Information & Management. 2014.
REVIEW: Special Eurobarometer 401: Survey Summary on Responsible Research and Innovation‚ Science and Technology
In Journal of Responsible Innovation. 2014.
Embedded Interaction: The Accomplishment of Actions in Everyday and Video−mediated Environments
Paul Luff‚ Marina Jirotka‚ Naomi Yamashita‚ Hideaki Kuzuoka‚ Christian Heath and Grace Eden
In Transactions on Computer−Human Interaction (TOCHI). Vol. 20. Pages 1−22. 2013.