Start Date: September 15, 2021
This doctoral thesis will revolve around the study of enabling technologies (Big data, AI, and knowledge management) to support evidence-based co-creation for health promotion. The research will aim to develop technology prototypes, to facilitate evidence-based co-creation practices. We will also, experiment and validate open-source disruptive technologies, platforms, and tools. The research will be conducted as part of a multidisciplinary and multi-environment training will be offered, featuring complimentary joint education activities with other ESRs, and local/individual activities.