Bart Hogeveen is leading ASPI's cyber capacity building efforts. His work focuses on international peace and security, international aid and national security aspects of cyber affairs. ASPI’s cyber capacity building program constitutes a comprehensive portfolio of initiatives that look at supporting States with the development of national cybersecurity strategies, strengthening ICT capabilities in developing nations and enhancing regional mechanisms for stability in cyberspace.
Baani Grewal is an analyst with ASPI. Her work focuses on Indian foreign and security policy, India’s domestic critical tech and cyber developments, the Quad, and India-China border tensions. She also researches broader issues of Indian Ocean security, South Asian regional dynamics and the Indo-Pacific.
Dr Huon Curtis is an analyst with ASPI. In his research, he explores the social and economic implications of new technology, particularly artificial intelligence. His research offers new ways to understand and respond to the workforce challenges posed by new technologies, with a particular focus on productivity, skills development and economic policy.
Arindrajit Basu is a Non-Resident Research Fellow at the Centre for Internet & Society, based in Bengaluru, India. His research focuses on the geopolitics and constitutionality of emerging technologies. He is a lawyer by training and holds a BA, LLB (Hons) degree from the National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata, and an LLM in public international law from the University of Cambridge, U.K.
Isha Suri is a Senior Researcher at the Centre for Internet and Society. Her areas of interest include telecom policy, competition law, internet governance, intellectual property rights, and privacy and data Protection. She holds an LL.B. (Hons.) with a specialisation in Intellectual Property Law from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur. She also has a degree in Electrical Engineering that often comes to her aid when grappling with complexities of the techno-legal domain.
Amrita is a Research and Programme Lead at CIS. Her research interests and work lie in the areas of gender and technology, digital cultures, ethics in research methods, digital access, algorithmic biases and tech design, and sustainability and tech. She holds an undergraduate degree in sociology from Miranda House, Delhi University and a post graduate degree in internet studies from the Oxford Internet Institute. Previously, Amrita worked in managing and implementing large scale people practices, diversity and inclusion in the workplace, as well as in conducting and leading long-form research on impacts of tech on businesses and society, with both quantitative and qualitative methodologies.
Abhishek is a researcher at the Centre for Internet and Society, India. He researches and writes on the policy issues concerning telecommunication, internet access and digital inclusion, artificial intelligence, and competition. He has a Masters in Regulatory Governance from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, where he was a gold medalist. He also has a degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering.
Shweta is a Researcher at the Centre for Internet and Society, India. Her areas of work and interests include artificial intelligence, privacy, and emerging technologies, and India’s policies surrounding them.
Updated: 19 Oct 2022