Louise is a Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor in Sustainable Futures at the School of Business, Maynooth University. Louise holds a PhD in Anthropology from Maynooth, which was awarded without corrections in March 2022. Her PhD examined the role of AI and robots in society, and the relationship between society, technology and nature. As part of her PhD, she was awarded a Wenner-Gren research scholarship (2019) for carrying out fieldwork in the US. She also holds an MSc in Multimedia Technology from University College Cork (UCC) and an MA in English Literature from University College Dublin (UCD).
Louise’s teaching experience includes undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education programs in social theory, design methods, organisational change, entrepreneurship, and innovation. She has held research positions focused on leadership, human-centred design and sociotechnical systems. Prior to moving to academia, she held management positions in digital media companies.
Louise’s current research is focused on responsible innovation, sustainable transformation, design for sustainability and ecological existentialism.
Peer Reviewed Journal
|2023||Fleres, A.; Veling, L.; Broz, F.; Damiano, L. (2023) 'Integrative Robo-Ethics: Uncovering Roboticists’ Attitudes to Ethics and Moving Forward'. International Journal of Social Robotics, . [Link] [DOI]|
|2021||Veling, L; McGinn, C (2021) 'Qualitative Research in HRI: A Review and Taxonomy'. International Journal of Social Robotics, . [DOI] [Full-Text]|
|2018||Thornley C.; Murnane S.; McLoughlin S.; Carcary M.; Doherty E.; Veling L. (2018) 'The role of ethics in developing professionalism within the global ict community'. International Journal of Human Capital and Information Technology Professionals, 9 (4):56-71. [DOI]|
|2017||Veling L. (2017) Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) Becoming Real: An Anthropological Approach to Evaluating Robots in the Real World [DOI] [Full-Text]|
|2016||Veling L.; McQuillan L.; Browne A.; Craig M.; Pinkster M. (2016) 2016 International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS 2016 Use IT or lose IT: Embodying practice in Action Design Research (ADR)|
|2016||Thornley, C; Murnane, S; Veling, L; McLaughlin, S; Carcary, M; Doherty, E (2016) Irish Academy of Management Conference Professional identity and ethical engagement in the international ICT community University College Dublin,|
|2015||Veling, L; Thornley, C; Murnane, S; Browne, A; McQuillan, L (2015) Irish Academy of Management Conference Selecting a Suitable Methodology for Designing Innovative Solutions to Support Capability Improvement in a Complex Organisational Context as part of an Industry- Academic Collaboration [Link] [Full-Text]|
|2014||Veling, L; Murnane, S (2014) Developing a Demand-Drive Framework for European ICT Professionalism. IVI White Paper Series, . [Link]|