Decoding value for the digital era
INDEX is a Faculty of Environment, Science and Economy (ESE) Research Centre at the Univerity of Exeter. Our multidisciplinary team looks at the coalescing of data with value, and its implication upon individuals, organisations, innovation and society. Our team brings together computer science, social science and engineering design perspectives.
We are a research centre. We have
11 funded projects running at the moment and 18 researchers on our team.
We share our knowledge, through
teaching and executive education. We also take part in conferences, panels and roundtables.
We work with organisations to ensure that they are skilled for a digitally transformed future. We have worked with 20+ elite organisations. Why not engage with us?
INCLUsive Digital Economy Network+: INCLUDE+
Tackling inequalities; imagining and building a future that takes different core values and practices as central.
Next Stage Digital Economy Centre
Our DIGIT Lab research project has a £3.6m investment from EPSRC.
Executive Education Programme
We’re helping AWS to run a summer Executive Education Programme for local government.
Dstl’s new Defence Data Research Centre
University of Exeter leads consortium for Dstl’s new Defence Data Research Centre, with Zena Wood as Director
Professor Saeema Ahmed-Kristensen
Saeema’s research focuses on design engineering including the impact and integration of digital technologies on: creativity and cognition, data and knowledge structuring, data-driven design process to customise products and quantifying and predicting user experiences.
Professor Alan Brown
Alan’s research is focused on agile approaches to business transformation, and the relationship between technology innovation and business innovation in today’s rapidly-evolving digital economy.
Professor Roger Maull
Roger’s initial research interest focused on Operations Management, specifically in the services sector and he has continued to publish widely on that topic.
Professor Mark Thompson
Mark’s research draws on practice-based theories to investigate the intersection between emerging digital business models, and organisational innovation and transformation.