Dr. Duquenoy is Associate Professor of ICT ethics. Recent research projects co-funded by UK research councils and the EU investigate how to consider ethical and social impacts of ICT during the project design and development stage. She is an expert evaluator and reviewer for the EU, Norwegian Research Council, The Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development, and member of the EPSRC College. Other roles include independent ethics expert and advisory board member for a number of EU projects.
BA (Hons), PhD.
Duquenoy, Penny, Simon Jones, Barry Blundell (2008) Ethical, Legal and Professional Issues in Computing. Thomson Learning.
Kurt, Aygen and Duquenoy, Penny (2013) Governance in technology development. In: Ethical governance of emerging technologies development. Doridot, Fernand and Duquenoy, Penny and Goujon, Philippe and Kurt, Aygen and Lavelle, Sylvain and Patrignani, Norberto and Rainey, Stephen and Santuccio, Alessia , eds. IGI Global, Hershey, pp. 149-165. ISBN 9781466636705
George, Carlisle (2013) The Internet and pharmaceutical drugs in the era of interoperable eHealth systems across the European Union. In: eHealth: Legal, Ethical and Governance Challenges. George, Carlisle and Whitehouse, Diane and Duquenoy, Penny , eds. Springer, Berlin, Germany, pp. 135-164. ISBN 9783642224737
George, Carlisle and Whitehouse, Diane and Duquenoy, Penny (2013) Assessing legal, ethical and governance challenges in eHealth. In: eHealth: Legal, Ethical and Governance Challenges. George, Carlisle and Whitehouse, Diane and Duquenoy, Penny , eds. Springer, Berlin, Germany, pp. 3-22. ISBN 9783642224737
Duquenoy, Penny and George, Carlisle and Solomonides, Anthony (2008) Considering something ELSE: ethical, legal and socio-economic factors in medical imaging and medical informatics. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 92 (3). pp. 227-237. ISSN 0169-2607
Flick, Catherine and Duquenoy, Penny and Jones, Matt (2012) Designing for child resilience. In: CHI '12 extended abstracts on human factors in computing systems. Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), pp. 761-764. ISBN 9781450310161