Future-forming interdisciplinary research

Developing the right theories and methods that allow us to study social futures is a key part of our work. In 2017, research training includes two doctoral students: Georgia Newmarch who is working on ‘Disruptions to infrastructure and power’ and Matthew Pilling who is working on ‘Makers and new forms of manufacturing’.

Our ISF Associate Directors are involved in a range of projects, which draw on a range of disciplines and approaches to understanding social futures.