My work discussed the political psychology of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It focused on the narratives of victimhood in light of the in-group’s collective memory, conflict ethos, and collective emotional orientations.
The research reveals that in the long-term, the success of projects goes beyond the ‘iron triangle' measurement; instead, success is a process of stakeholder’s satisfaction that involves successive inter-exchanges.
Justyna's PhD focsed on investigating the linkages and misalighnments between the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees' (UNHCR) 'top-down' policy development on durable solutions with a detailed exploration of the ‘bottom-up’ views of actual refugees and displaced migrants.
My PhD research explored systematic approaches and methodologies that support business process improvement. From this a novel approach called SNACH framework was developed to support the actual act of process improvement in collaborative environments.
In this research, a novel assessment method for online social transparency was developed to assist system analysts and enterprise management in identifying and assessing the impact of online social transparency in their work environment.
Tom's thesis, Computational Fluid Dynamics Modelling of Dissolved Oxygen in Oxidation Ditches, develops numerical computational fluid dynamics (CFD) models to provide detailed understanding of the performance of Wessex Water's aeration systems.