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Dr. Hung-Yi Chen, Zhejiang University (#45 QS World University Rankings)

Higher education
Home country
China
Type of research activities
Applied research, Basic research
Fields of research
Economics and Business, Sociology, Law
Specialisation and expertise

Dr. Hung-Yi Chen is Assistant Dean, Academic Director (Master of Finance Program) & Asst. Professor at Zhejiang University International Business School. Dr. Chen is the founding academic director of their Master of Finance programme at International Business School, Zhejiang University (QS World Rankings #45). Prior to his career at Zhejiang University, He served as Asia-Pacific Region Manager for Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF), Judge Business School at University of Cambridge. At CCAF, he managed FinTech research activities and expanded international outreach across Asia-Pacific countries. Dr. Chen co-authored six impactful reports published by CCAF to review FinTech development and regulation in the region.

Language(s)
English, Chinese

Adams, Andrew

Individual
Home country
United Kingdom
Type of research activities
Applied research, Basic research
Fields of research
Economics and Business, Sociology, Law, Media and communications, Engineering and technology, Humanities and the arts
Specialisation and expertise

I have broad experience of interdisciplinary work, from computing and mathematics in my PhD and post-doctoral work, to psychology, sociology, applied philosophy and communications studies in considering the social, legal and ethical impacts of computer and communications technology. I recently also starting collaborating with a film studies scholar on the impact of films and television on public perception of social issues such as security, surveillance and AI. I have published work relating to copyright, security, surveillance, privacy, responsible research and innovation, ubiquitous computing (aka Internet of Things), medical technology. I am interested in too many things.

Language(s)
English, Japanese
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