Sarah Pink's project summaries
2014 Lead CI, Ethnographic Future-Making, funded by Halmstad University, Sweden, $20,056
2014 Lead CI, Design+Ethnography+Futures, with Yoko Akama, funded by the Design Research Institute, RMIT University $30,000
2014 RMIT EU Centre Visiting Fellowship grant to fund the visit of Dr Elisenda Ardevol to RMIT for 30 days. $7450.
2013–2014 CI ‘Domestic Kitchen Practices: Consolidating understanding, informing intervention’ UK Food Standards Agency, with Lydia Martens, Keele University UK. $45,000
2013–2016 CI ‘Locating the mobile: intergenerational locative media practices in Tokyo, Melbourne and Shanghai’ ARC Linkage with Intel, Hjorth, A/Prof Larissa; Horst, Dr Heather A; Pink, Prof Sarah; Bell, Dr Genevieve; Zhou, A/Prof Baohua; Kato, Dr Fumitoshi, $232,160.00.
2013–2014 Lead CI, ‘Complex, Clever, Cool: understanding and imagining smart, sustainable, laundry’ funded by Unilever UK, with John Postill and Yolande Strengers, $45,000
2013–2014 Lead CI ‘On/Off/Standby: understanding the ambiguous states of everyday energy consumption’, DRI Inter-Institute seed-corn funding, RMIT University. $3000. With Yolande Strengers.
2013–2014 Partner Investigator to ‘SMEs and micro organisations engagement with occupational safety and health’funded by IOSH, UK, as part of my Professorship at Loughborough University, UK (Principal Investigator Professor Alistair Gibb, School of Civil and Building Engineering, Loughborough University)
2011–2014 Co-Investigator ‘Management of OSH in Networked Systems of Production or Service Delivery: Comparisons between Healthcare, Construction and Logistics’, funded by IOSH, total funding £299,633 (Principal Investigator Professor Alistair Gibb, School of Civil and Building Engineering, Loughborough University)
2010–2014 Co-investigator ‘Lower effort energy demand reduction’ part of the EPSRC Transforming Energy Demand through Digital Innovation Programme (total project funding of £1.7m). Leading ethnographic strand of research into digital media and domestic energy consumption practices and participant engagements with digital design interventions. LEEDR: Low effort energy demand reduction