2008-2012: Dr Carsten Sørensen, Dr Silvia Elaluf-Calderwood, Dr Daniele Pica, Ben Eaton, Jan Herzhoff. User Interactions for Breakthrough Services. Funded by £3.5million strategic partnership between Mobile VCE Ltd and EPSRC

2010-: Reuel Ocho. Platform Innovation. PhD project at LSE supervised by Dr Carsten Sørensen

2008-: Dr David Tilson, Prof Kalle Lyytinen and Dr Carsten Sørensen. Understanding Digital Convergence. Internally funded project between the Simon Graduate School of Business, University of Rochester, the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, USA, and the mobility@lse research unit at LSE.

2007-: Dr Jan Kietzmann and Dr Carsten Sørensen. Conceptualising Mobile Communities of Practice. Internally funded project between the Faculty of Business Administration, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada and the mobility@lse research unit at LSE.

2001-: Dr Carsten Sørensen, Prof Lars Mathiassen. Towards a Theory of Organisational Information Services. Internally financed project between the mobility@lse research unit at LSE and Center for Process Innovation at Georgia State University.

2001-: Dr Carsten Sørensen. Mobile services innovation & management. Internally financed research project within the mobility@lse research unit

2009-: Siobhan Thomas. Embodying Innovation: An Investigation of the Corporeal Generativity of Open Source Hardware Innovation. PhD project at LSE supervised by Dr Carsten Sørensen

2008-: Ben Eaton. Presence technology in teamworking. PhD project at LSE supervised by Dr Carsten Sørensen

2008-: Jan Herzhoff. Convergence in wireless services. PhD project at LSE supervised by Prof Ian Angell

2007-: Ofer Engel. Social Networking Services. PhD project at LSE supervised by Dr Carsten Sørensen and Prof Peter Abell

2006-: Dimitris Kallergis. Enterprise Resource Planning Systems and the Paradox of Organisational Flexibility: a Study of Continuous Organisational Change in Regard to ERP Evolution. PhD project at LSE supervised by Dr Carsten Sørensen

2005-: Patrick Kärreberg: Mobile payment systems as indicator of innovation, comparative Japan and UK. PhD project at LSE supervised by Dr Jonathan Liebenau and with Dr Carsten Sørensen as second-supervisor

COMPLETED:

2008-2010: Dr Carsten Sørensen, Dr Silvia Elaluf-Calderwood, Dr Daniele Pica, Jan Herzhoff. Enabling Flexible Networks. Funded by £3.5million strategic partnership between Mobile VCE Ltd and EPSRC

2008-2010: Dr Carsten Sørensen, Prof James E. Katz & Prof Ronald E. Rice. Understanding The Mobile Life. Internally funded project between the mobility@lse research unit at LSE and The Center for Mobile Communication Studies at Rutgers University, USA.

2005-2009: Dr Arianna Bassoli: Design For Everyday Urban Life: Conceptualising the socio-technical challenges of ubiquitous computing. PhD project at LSE supervised by Dr Carsten Sørensen

2005-2009: Dr Kofi Boateng: Contemporary Work Practices: On the Dynamics of Control in Technology Mediated Interaction. PhD project at LSE supervised by Dr Carsten Sørensen

2006-2010: Dr Carsten Sørensen, Rob Gear, David Elton. Innovating with ICT. Joint LSE – PA Consulting project.

2006-2008: Dr Carsten Sørensen, Alice Cartner-Morely and Lord Philip Gould. Mobile Life – surveys of over 30.000 adults, teenagers and children in Britain USA, France, Germany, Sweden and Spain from 2006-2008. Joint project between Enterprise LSE and The Carphone Warehouse.

2004-2008: Dr Katerina Voutsina. IT Experts in Flexible Forms of Employment. PhD project at LSE supervised by Prof Jannis Kallinikos with Dr Carsten Sørensen as second-supervisor

2003-2008: Dr Silvia Elaluf-Calderwood. Organizing Situated Choice and Sedimented Practices: The emergence of new working practices and routines following IT interventions. PhD project at LSE supervised by Dr Carsten Sørensen

2005-2008: Dr David Tilson. The Interrelationships Between Technical Standards and Industry Structures: Actor-Network Based Case Studies Of The Mobile Wireless and Television Industries in the US and the UK. PhD project at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, USA, supervised by Prof Kalle Lyytinen. Mobility@lse supported the UK fieldwork

2003-2006: Dr Jan Kietzmann. Conceptualising Mobile Communities of Practice. PhD project at LSE supervised by Dr Carsten Sørensen

2002-2006: Dr Daniele Pica. The Rhythms of Interaction with Mobile Technologies: Tales from the Police. PhD project at LSE supervised by Prof Ian Angell with Dr Carsten Sørensen as second-supervisor

2002-2005: Dr Adel Al-Taitoon. Making Sense of Mobile ICT-Enabled Trading in Fast Moving Financial Markets as Volatility-Control Ambivalence: case study on the organisation of off-premises foreign exchange at a Middle East bank. PhD project at LSE supervised by Dr Carsten Sørensen

2002-2004: Dr Gamel Wiredu. Mobile Computing in Work-Integrated Learning: problems of remotely-distributed activities and technology use. PhD project at LSE supervised by Dr Carsten Sørensen

2000-2003: Dr Masao Kakihara. Emerging Work Practices of ICT-Enabled Mobile Professionals. PhD project at LSE supervised by Dr Carsten Sørensen