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Research Fellows

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The University of Nottingham
MSc (Amsterdam), PhD (Nottingham)

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Orestis was a Research Fellow at the University of Nottigham 2018 to 2020.  He has recently taken a post at the Technical University of Munich. 
Ashley Luckman from Warwick Business School

The University of Warwick
PhD (University of New South Wales)

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Ashley is a Research Fellow at the University of Warwick, Warwick Business School.

"My research focuses on human decision making, in particular decisions involving risks, time delays or combinations of the two. I’m interested in investigating these areas of decision making using both experimental approaches, and by developing and testing cognitive models, including models which incorporate response times."

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The University of East Anglia
MSc (Essex), PhD (East Anglia)

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Mengjie is a Research Fellow at the University of East Anglia

"My research focuses on individual decision-making, in particular consumer behaviour. I am also interested in fairness considerations in competitions."


PhD Students 

The following PhD students are associated with NIBS, although they are not directly funded from our ESRC grant.

  • Malte Baader (Nottingham) - commenced 2017/18
  • Sarah Bowen (Nottingham) - commenced 2017/18
  • Prachi Hejib (UEA) - commenced 2018/19
  • Yu-Chun Huang (Warwick) - commenced 2018/19
  • Richard Mills (Nottingham) - commenced 2018/19
  • Neo Poon (Warwick) - commenced 2017/18
  • Sid Sherborne (Warwick) - commenced 2018/19
  • Lara Suraci (Nottingham) - commenced 2019/20
  • Merle van den Akker (Warwick) - commenced 2017/18
  • Carla Wei (Warwick) - commenced 2019/20



You can still view the group of NIBS1 research fellows and PhD students funded by (and associated with) the grant which ran from December 2012 to September 2017.



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