Five new PhDs in three days: congratulations to Ana, Champika, Guiying, Mehrnaz and Shivam!
On Thursday, Friday and Monday, five candidates from ifgi successfully defended their theses and became the most recent PhD graduates at ifgi. Ana Maria Bustamante defended her work on “Participation & (Re)Settlement: Envisioning Mobile Services with Young Forced Migrants”. Champika Ranasinghe did the same for her topic “Adapting Navigation Support to Positional Information of Varying Quality”. Guiying Du’s defence centred on her topic of “Supporting Public Participation through Interactive Immersive Public Displays”. Mehrnaz Ataei publicly defended her thesis on “Location Data Privacy: Principles to Practice” and Shivam Gupta did the same for his thesis on “Spatial Modelling of Air Pollution for Open Smart Cities”. Ana, Guiying, Mehrnaz and Shivam were the first four out of thirteen early stage researchers on the ITN GEO-C to defend their thesis - the remaining nine candidates will defend their work in the coming two weeks.
Congratulations to the five new PhDs!