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Lucienne Abrahams (Dr)

Lucienne Abrahams (Dr)

Director, LINK Centre, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

Luci Abrahams (PhD, Wits) is Director of the LINK Centre at Wits University, building research on digital innovation, how digital technologies and processes influence change, and on human-centered digital transformation. Research studies include: digital skills gap analysis and implementation; digital government strategy; scaling up innovation in tech hubs, and open access in scholarly publishing (OpenAIR). Dr Abrahams supervises research topics on applications of dynamic software (in mathematics education), biopower, cybersecurity, digitalisation in public services, digitalisation in universities, fintech, smart environments and other topics. She participates in The Open African Innovation Research network (Open AIR) and is a CyberBRICS associated scholar. Dr Abrahams is Corresponding Editor for The African Journal of Information and Communication, indexed in the SciELO Citation Index. She currently serves on the Board of TENET. She has previously served on various Boards and Committees, including the Board of the National Research Foundation and the Ministerial Review Panel on the Science Technology and Innovation Institutional Landscape

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