Latest News

3rd February 2022

Registration now open: SPRITE+ Expert Fellows Meeting

Calling all SPRITE+ Expert Fellows! Join us at our next Fellows meeting in Holmes Chapel.
27th January 2022

SPRITE+ ‘Top Tips for ECRs: Applying for Academic Jobs’ Online Event

We present a summary of our recent ECR workshop, including useful resources and a summary of the discussion.
27th January 2022

Queen’s University Belfast and NVIDIA to invest £5.4million in R&D project

SPRITE+ Co-director and Principal Architect at NVIDIA announces investment of £5.4 million into a joint Research and Development project.
24th January 2022

Rising Star: Iman Naja

Learn more about Iman's work on the Realising Accountable Intelligent Systems (RAInS) project at the University of Aberdeen.
19th January 2022

SPRITE+ Expert Fellow Spotlight – Julie Gore

The spotlight today is on Julie Gore, Chartered Psychologist, Professor of Organizational Psychology and Director of the Professional Doctorate in Evidence Based Management at Birkbeck, University of London.
4th January 2022

IOTICS and Digital Twins

IOTICS introduces us to digital twins: what they are, how they work, and the challenges they have for digital trust, identity, privacy, and security.
15th December 2021

Registration open: Communicating cybersecurity event

Register to join our community building event to discuss key research challenges and future outputs.
13th December 2021

SPRITE+ Member Spotlight – Sotiris Moschoyiannis

The spotlight today is on Sotiris Moschoyiannis – Reader in Complex Systems at the University of Surrey, and a SPRITE+ member.
8th December 2021

‘Revealing Young Learners’ Mental Models’ project team publish white paper

In this paper, the team report on the literature related to understanding young learners’ mental models related to deceptive “dark patterns” used by malicious agents online.
30th November 2021

Digital Technologies, Power and Control Survey

Please take a few minutes to share your views about the digital divide, the COVID-19 pandemic and issues of power and control in digital technology use.

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.