Skip to main content


Search results for “”

Results 11 to 19 of 19

Dr Luca Sabini is elected onto the EURAM Project Organising SIG Board


Luca Sabini (Associate Professor in Project Management) has been elected onto the European Academy of Management (EURAM) Project Organising Special Interest Group (SIG) Board. He will initially take on the role of General Track Chair and will be on the Board for four years. [Luca Sabini at the moment of the election] He will join...

The LCP shows strong presence at EURAM 2023 in Dublin, Ireland


Last week one of the leading conferences in the field of business and management took place in Dublin, Ireland. Over 1,500 people attended the European Academy of Management (EURAM) annual conference to discuss latest research in the field across 14 different special interest groups (SIG). [left to right: Yazan Alzoubi, Joseph Watton, Dicle Kortantamer, Christine...

The Leeds Centre for Projects hosts its first Mini-Conference


“A strong sense of community”, and “a friendly environment” two comments that reflect the shared sentiment offered by the post graduate research (PGR) cohort within the Leeds Centre for Projects – attending the inaugural Mini-Conference on 1st June 2023. (left to right: Dr Mohammed Abdelmegid, Qinghao Wang, Ata Babaei, Joe Watton, Jadena Bechtel, Warren Beardall,...

Dr Dicle Kortantamer co-organises workshop on recovery and renewal of the region affected by the 2023 Turkey-Syria earthquake disaster


The devastating earthquakes on the Turkey-Syrian borders in February 2023, prompted the convening of a multidisciplinary and cross-sector team of experts and scholars in late May. This initiative was sponsored by the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences International Mobility fund, and co-organised by Dr. Dicle Kortantamer (Leeds Centre for Projects researcher and lecturer) with...

Warren Beardall talks about his career built on collaboration


Listen to a recent podcast guest appearance by Warren Beardall (first year PhD researcher at the Leeds Centre for Projects) as part of the Research Culture Uncovered podcast by the University of Leeds in series 4, episode 5. The podcast episode entitled A career built on collaboration - Warren Beardall in conversation with Ruth Winden...

Dr Christine Unterhitzenberger gives guest lecture for Riphah International University, Pakistan


Dr Christine Unterhitzenberger, Associate Professor in Project Management and Director of the LCP, was invited by fellow Project Management Journal Department Editor Prof Shazia Nauman to share her latest research on Fairness and Unfairness in Projects with their current cohort of project management PhD students. Riphah International University is the first university to offer a...

Dr Luca Sabini visits South Africa to kickstart interdisciplinary research


The Horizon Institute has awarded Dr Luca Sabini, Associate Professor in Project Management, to travel to South Africa in March 2023 to strengthen connection with Universities in the region.  In his trip Luca visited the institutions University of the Witwatersrand, University of Johannesburg, Gordon Institute of Business Science and the University of Pretoria. At the University of...

Joseph Watton attends IAEA’s International Conference on Nuclear Decommissioning in Vienna


Joseph Watton, PhD candidate at University of Leeds, recently attended the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA’s) International Conference on Nuclear Decommissioning, held in the Vienna International Centre from 15th–19th May 2023. [pictured Dr Diletta Invernizzi on a panel at the conference, former PhD candidate at the LCP and current collaborator] Joe’s research is focused on...

Dr Christine Unterhitzenberger visits the University of Iceland


Dr Christine Unterhitzenberger, Associate Professor in Project Management and Director of the LCP visited the University of Iceland from 15th to 18th May 2023. She was invited by Prof Inga Mingelaité from the School of Business within the School of Social Sciences. Christine is a member of the Doctoral Committee for the first PhD student...