Research overview

Publications

For an overview of my research, go up, for current research projects.

Journal articles

Book items

Proceedings

  • Cañibano, A., Curto-Millet, D. (2013). ‘Balancing Unintended Consequences of Organisational Innovations on the Employment Relationship’, Proceedings of the European Forum for Studies of Policies for Research and Innovation, Madrid

  • Curto-Millet, D. (2010). ‘The Role of Requirements in Open Source IT Innovation’, Proceedings of the Open Source Systems Conference 2010 Doctoral Consortium, Collocated with the International Conference on Open Source Systems (OSS 2010), Notre Dame, IN, USA

Refereed conference papers

  • Pujadas, R., Curto-Millet, D. (2017), The visibility of digital platforms as infrastructures of the gig economy, (2017), Sub-theme 63: Thinking infrastructures, with Roser Pujadas, 33rd EGOS Colloquium, Copenhaguen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark

  • Curto-Millet, D., Pujadas, R., (2016), Reconceptualising sharing in the digital economy’, Research Group on Collaborative Spaces (RGCS) International Symposium, Paris, France

  • Curto-Millet, D. (2015), ‘The Being Multiple: The Becoming of an Open Source Project’ European Group for Organisational Studies (EGOS), Athens

  • Cañibano, A., Curto-Millet, D. (2013), ‘Balancing Unintended Consequences of Organisational Innovations on the Employment Relationship’, Eu-SPRI, Madrid, Spain 2013

  • Curto-Millet, D., Shaikh, M., Cornford, T., (2012), ‘Dialectic of Requirements in Open Source Software: ‘Rigour-Engagement, and Trust’’ Academy of Management Conference, Boston, USA

  • Curto-Millet, D., (2012), ‘IT Innovation and Open Source Requirements Processes: A Problematisation’, Open and User Innovation, Harvard University, USA

  • Curto-Millet, D., (2012), ‘Requirements in Open Source Health IT: A Study of Innovation in becoming’ European Conference on Information Systems, Doctoral Consortium, Barcelona, Spain

  • Curto-Millet, D., (2012), ‘Requirements in Open Source Health IT: A Study of Innovation in becoming’, Social Study of IT, Open Research Forum, London School of Economics, London, UK

  • Curto-Millet, D., (2010), ‘The Role of Requirements in Open Source IT Innovation’, Open Source Software conference, Notre Dame University, Illinois, US

Projects

I have successfully applied for competitive funding for a number of projects. For a brief summary of my research, go up. You can also have a look at my publications.

Current projects

  • Marie Curie Fellowship (€170K)

    • Starting in September
    • Studying sustainability in open source

Past projects

  • Stars4All

    • Citizen-science project to study, measure, and regulate light-pollution
    • Wrote and developed ESCP Europe’s work packages
    • Responsible for the implementation of a sustainable and participative community of engaged citizens
    • European project (eight institutions from five different EU countries)
    • Funded by the European Union (ca. 2 million €) under the H2020 programme in the CAPS2020 call on Collective Awareness Platforms for Sustainability and Social Innovation
  • PhD

    • Researched how requirements are understood and managed in open source
    • Studied openEHR, a formal, open source, health IS
    • Funded by the UK EPSRC (3 years, 45000£) and Fundación Ramón Areces (2 years, 45000€)