Dr. I. (Iryna) Susha


Dr. Iryna Susha is a guest researcher at section ICT of the TPM and a postdoc researcher at the Department of Informatics of Örebro University in Sweden.


My research focuses on cross sector partnerships to leverage data for societal impact. Many complex challenges of today, such as climate change, poverty, disease outbreaks, require collaborative and coordinated efforts in which the action of non-governmental actors is equally vital. Strategic datasets crucial for addressing these complex problems are not only held by governments, but also rest in private hands. Companies around the world, as part of their corporate social responsibility, have also begun to explore opportunities to contribute to addressing societal problems by sharing some of their data. My research focuses on these novel forms of partnerships between public, private, academic, and NGO actors to share data and use data science for addressing pressing public problems. In my research I study data sharing and collaboration mechanisms of such partnerships. My research is funded by a personal grant from the Swedish Research Council and is carried out in collaboration between TU Delft and Örebro University in Sweden.

  • Susha, I., Janssen, M. & Verhulst, S. (2017). Data Collaboratives as a New Frontier of Cross-Sector Partnerships in the Age of Open Data: Taxonomy Development. Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2017), Waikoloa, USA, January 4-7, 2691-2700 (2017)
  • Susha, I., Janssen, M., & Verhulst, S. (2017). Data collaboratives as “bazaars”? A review of coordination problems and mechanisms to match demand for data with supply. Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, 11 (1), 157-172 (2017)
  • Track chair dg.o conference
  • PC Member of CEDEM conference, dg.o conference, IFIP WG 8.5

Iryna Susha

Guest Researcher

  • i.susha@tudelft.nl
  • Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management

    Building 31

    Room: B3.210

Engineering Systems and Services

Information and Communication Technology


Research interests:
Data for societal impact
Data driven partnerships
Data sharing
Inter-organizational collaboration

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