My current research interests are primarily in personal information management (overlapping info organisation and retrieval) and the philosophy of information (especially info ethics). In short, I seek to understand fundamental interactions with and conceptions of information so that we can better support people in their everyday lives in the information society (e.g., through improved systems and services), which necessarily requires integrating technical, social, and philosophical research methods.
A complete list of my publications can be found on my Google Scholar page.
- Data-driven file management tools: info organisation and retrieval, personal information management, human-computer interaction
- Embedding LIS values in AI-powered info services: libraries & AI, info ethics, history and identity of LIS & GLAMR
- Hidden Heritage: cultural heritage, information behaviour, personal information management
- AI Future Lab @ L3S: AI & data ethics, health info seeking, AI for personalised medicine