Timothy Charlton joined the Minderoo Centre for Technology and Democracy as a Research Associate in September 2023. His scholarly interests lie at the intersection between digital technology and society in the areas of work and emergency situations.
As a member of the Humanitarian Action Programme, he investigates digital issues in humanitarian situations, especially how neutrality, impartiality and independence can be warranted in the digital age. Before joining MCTD, Timothy worked in various roles for the UN World Food Programme.
During his PhD research at the Department of Digitalization, Copenhagen Business School, Timothy studied the changing nature of work on digital platforms. He previously completed MSc degrees at the University of Oxford and University College London.
Timothy has taught on undergraduate and graduate courses in programming and data visualisation at CBS and supervised various final thesis projects. His studies and research have been funded by the DAAD, Candys Foundation and OM Fonden.