Professor Mark Lycett

Research interests

 

Mark Lycett is a Professor of Digital Innovation at Royal Holloway, University of London. His current research examines how novel technologies and work practices enable the creation and adoption of new business, technological and service delivery models alongside the new forms of value that may result from that. Mark has worked across many domains, from financial services to transportation, but his current (project) work is centred on the creative industries, applying his research interests in the context of immersive technology (e.g., mixed reality). Aside from project work, he has a particular personal interest in the music industry, which is a prime example of the (disruptive) impact of digital technology. Mark has published his work in a number of leading journals and conferences and is engaged in ongoing research with a number of organisations. Prior to returning to education, he spent a number of years in industry, primarily in project management and consulting.

 

Research interests (continued)

If you are interested in studying for a PhD, I am currently looking for students to work on topics related to digital innovation in the: (1) Music industry; and (2) the creative industries more generally (centred around immersive technology).

 

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