The Networked Mobilities Lab (NML) at NC State University (NCSU) promotes interdisciplinary and inter-institutional research on mobilities enabled by mobile and networked technologies. With a special focus on urban settings, we aim at understanding the different ways people, spaces and mobile networked technologies are interconnected in contemporary society.
This focus includes, but is not limited to exploring how urban mobilities are intertwined with, differential and sustainable mobilities. We also focus on locative media, mobile creativity, mobile art, mobile games, and histories of mobile technologies.
- Contribute to the interdisciplinary and inter-institutional research on networked mobilities and mobile communication with a particular focus on global and intercultural practices;
- Offer interdisciplinary graduate and undergraduate courses about networked mobilities and mobile communication cultures;
- Develop open-access research projects that increase awareness for both public and academic audiences about the significance of networked mobilities and mobile communication cultures;
- Foster global and/or inter-institutional collaborations with scholars interested in networked mobilities and mobile cultures.
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Announcement: Spring '23 Lecture Series
The Networked Mobilities Lab presents Dr. Eric Gordon, Professor and Director of the Engagement Lab at Emerson College, who will headline our 2023 Spring Lecture Series as part of the 2023 CRDM Research Symposium on Civic Engagement, Games, & the Smart City.
Dr. Gordon's lecture will examine trends in technology-augmented proxies, including AI, web3 technologies such as blockchain, as well as novel data practices, and artificial intelligence.
If you are interested in attending, visit the lecture's description page and RSVP.