The Virtual Enterprises Management and Engineering Research Center at University Politehnica from Bucharest.
Visitor at the e-Humanities group between 18 August – 13 September 2013.
Diana Popa received her PhD in Sociology in 2012 from the National School of Political and Administrative Studies from Bucharest with a thesis on Trust and Social Capital in Virtual Multicultural Organizations. After finishing a mobility period of 8 months at the Utrecht University in the Netherlands in 2010 she decided to also study Dutch language and literature at the University of Bucharest, where she graduated a second BA study in 2013.
She conducts research and teaching activities at The Virtual Enterprises Management and Engineering Research Center at University Politehnica from Bucharest.
Her current research topics are online trust, e-health and technology and internet related ethics. She is visiting the e-Humanities group at the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences in Amsterdam through the Network of Excellence in Internet Science (EINS) project. During her 4 weeks stay she collaborates with Professor Sally Wyatt on e-Health topics.