The concept of ‘identity’ underpins many aspects of trusted and trustworthy secure digital systems. In a partnership between the Trustworthy Digital Infrastructure for Identity Systems programme at the Alan Turing Institute (ATI) and SPRITE+ we will support the development of a global community of interest in digital identity. Leveraging the strengths and connections of the existing ATI programme (including their Gates Foundation grant), this community will develop and share research and practice relating to understanding and mitigating the technical, social, and other risks of/to digital identity.
The project will coordinate a range of activity including a rapid evidence review to identify good practice and gaps and set the research agenda for future work. The research questions that will define the basis for the review are:
The deadline for applications 4th December 2023.
We are expecting to identify and notify the person/team to carry out the review by the 15th December 2023 and for the review to be completed by 31st March 2024.
A report describing the review: the methods; results and analysis thereof.
Presentation of review findings to an international workshop in April/May 2024'.
A fee of £5,000 will be paid on delivery of the report. Travel and subsistence expenses for attending the workshop will also be covered.
Applications should be submitted via the Alan Turing Institute’s flexigrant system by 4th December 2023.
The submission should consist of:
Call for Events is now open! We're supporting Members and Expert Fellows to lead activities that explore aspects of TIPS in the Digital Economy. We will help to organise the activity with up to £5,000 to cover the associated costs.