Next gen digital state research group
Research classification (Frascati)
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public sector digital transformation
development of public services
data exchange platforms and automation
The Next Gen Digital State (NGDS) researchgroup addresses the technological complexitiesof how governments can satisfy the currentand future needs of their citizens. We focus ondigital government ecosystems by investigatingtechnologies that support digital transformation,innovation and implementation.Our research group collaborates with Estonianand international public sector agencies, ministries, and departments for developing nextgeneration government technology throughcutting edge research topics focused on artificialintelligence architecture, requirements engineering, data analytics, and understanding thesocio-economic effects of technological implementation. We strive to be on the forefront of publicsector innovation research.
Period of activity of the research group
Teadusgrupiga seotud publikatsioonid
- Weck, M., Gelashvili, T., Pappel, I., Ferreira, F. Supporting collaboration and knowledge sharing in building SLEs for ageing well : using cognitive mapping in KMS design // Knowledge management research & practice (2022) vol. 20, 6, p. 865-877.
- Weck, M., Jackson, E. B., Sihvonen, M., Pappel, I. Building smart living environments for ageing societies : decision support for cross-border e-services between Estonia and Finland // Technology in society (2022) vol. 71, art. 102066, 13 p..
- Pappel, I., Tsap, V., Draheim, D. The e-LocGov model for introducing e-governance into local governments : an Estonian case study // IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing (2021) vol. 9, 2, p. 597-611.
- Mærøe, A. R., Norta, A., Tsap, V., Pappel, I. Increasing citizen participation in e-participatory budgeting processes // Journal of Information Technology & Politics (2021) vol. 18, 2, p. 125-147.
- Ahmed, R., Muhammed, K., Pappel, I., Draheim, D. Impact of e-court systems implementation : a case study // Transforming Government : People, Process and Policy (2021) vol. 15, 1, p. 108-128 : ill.