Hamid‘s research focus is on mediation, that is, on the processes through which objects and meanings are transformed in hybrid networks of interaction. In particular, he is interested in how technologies mediate interactions among individuals, organizations, and collectives.
Inna is interested in Documentation and information, science communication, emerging technologies, social theory and modernity.
Ali is currently interested in agent-based modeling of social phenomena, as well as epistemology of computer simulations and data-driven sciences.
Danial is interested in the phenomenological and sociopolitical aspects of various human-machine (re)configurations.
Dahee is interested in medical informatics and health information, with special emphasis on health information technology (HIT) infrastructure for the healthcare.