Dr Annamaria Carusi
Annamaria Carusi is at the Oxford University Computing Laboratory. She has interests in philosophy of science and technology, social studies of science and technology, and computing and information ethics.
Dr Annamaria Carusi has a dual background in literary and cultural studies and in philosophy. She is currently conducting research into social, ethical and institutional aspects of e-science, and has done extensive research in e-learning. She has designed and taught several online courses.
philosophy of science and technology, social studies of science and technology, computing and information ethics
Positions held at the OII
- Research Associate, November 2006 - September 2009
September 2010 - July 2011
Exploring the information seeking, organizing, archiving and communicating capacities of physical sciences communities as a study case (and role model) for effective information processing regimes and behaviours in complex problem-solving tasks.
February - November 2010
Many humanities scholars are enthusiastic users of digital resources, however there is a potential mismatch between what (and how) resources are offered, and how scholars might use them. How should they be designed to ensure maximum use by scholars?
October 2005 - March 2012
The Oxford e-Social Science project aims to understand how e-Research projects negotiate various social, ethical, legal and organizational forces and constraints, in order to help researchers avoid these problems when building scientific collaborations.
- Carusi, A. and Jirotka, M. (2009) From data archive to ethical labyrinth. Qualitative Research 9 (3) 285-298.
- Carusi, A. (2009) Implicit Trust in the Space of Reasons and Implications for Technology Design: A Response to Justine Pila. Journal of Social Epistemology 23 (1) 25-43.
- Carusi, A. (2008) Scientific visualisations and aesthetic grounds for trust. Ethics and Information Technology 4: 243-254.
- Carusi (2008) Data as Representation: Beyond Anonymity in e-Research Ethics. International Journal of Internet Research Ethics 1 (1) 37-65.
- Dutton, W.H., Carusi, A. and Peltu, M. (2006) Fostering Multidisciplinary Engagement: Communication Challenges for Social Research on Emerging Digital Technologies. Prometheus 24 (2) 129-149.
- Carusi, A. and Jirotka, M. (2008) Parameters and visions: dataflows in computational and mathematical biology. eResearch08 Conference, University of Oxford, 11-13 September 2008.
- Darch, P., Carusi, A. and Jirotka, M. (2008) A climate of trust: perceptions of legitimate authority in a volunteer computing project. eResearch08 Conference, University of Oxford, 11-13 September 2008.
- Carusi, A. and Jirotka, M. (2007) From data archive to ethical labyrinth. 3rd International Conference on e-Social Science, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 7-9 October 2007.
- Carusi, A. (2006) The Ethical Implications of Data as Representation. European Computing and Philosophy Conference, Trondheim, Norway, 22-24 June 2006.
- Carusi, A. and Jirotka, M. (2006) Building Virtual Research Environments and User Engagement. NCeSS Second International Conference on e-Social Science, Manchester, UK, 28-30 June 2006.
- Carusi, A. (2006) Multi-disciplinary research into new technologies: collaboration and breakdown. NCeSS 2nd International Conference on e-Social Science, Manchester, UK, 28-30 June 2006.
- Carusi, A. (2006) Data as representation and its ethical implications. European Computing and Philosophy Conference, Trondheim, Norway, 22-24 June 2006.
- Carusi, A., Jirotka, M. and Parker, M. (2006) Trust and Ethics in e-Science: Agenda Setting Workshop Report. Trust and Ethics in e-Science: Agenda-Setting Workshop, St Cross College, University of Oxford, 11 September 2006.
- Carusi, A. (2005) Ethics in e-Science. Summary Report of Ethics in e-Science Workshop, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, 12 December 2005.