Georgia Meyer

Georgia Meyer

PhD candidate in Information Systems and Innovation

Department of Management

Key Expertise
Privacy Enhancing Technologies, data classification

About me

Georgia researches Web 3.0 technologies. Her work is in part inspired by agential realism: the 'ethico-onto-epistem-ology' of theoretical physicist Karen Barad.

Her PhD research is focused on the Personal Data Store architecture of Inrupt and its counterpart in the Solid protocols - the web decentralisation project launched by Sir Tim Berners-Lee in 2016, originally in collaboration with MIT. This work is funded by LSE, with an additional grant awarded by the Hayek Programme in 2023.

She holds an MSc (Data & Society) from LSE, a BSc (Politics & Social Policy) from the University of Bristol and is a qualified teacher (PGCE).

Georgia (FRSA) joined the Open Data Institute fellowship programme in 2022 and is a Governor with the Harris Federation.

Expertise Details

Privacy Enhancing Technologies; data classification