About Jack Jamieson

I am a PhD candidate at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Information. My research investigates how underlying infrastructures and platforms affect online communication. Specifically, I am interested in how web developers shape the direction of the Internet by creating, contesting, co-opting and compromising with platforms and standards.

Additionally, I am a member of the E-Rhythms project, where I have developed software for data collection and analysis (using sonification) as well as performed other research roles.

In 2016 I was a research intern at NTT Communication Science laboratories in Japan, where I carried out a study of international students to identify ways to support their adaptation to a new country.

Contact: jack [dot] jamieson [at] mail.utoronto.ca