Urvashi Aneja is Founding Director of Tandem Research. She works on the governance and sociology of emerging technology; southern partnerships for humanitarian and development assistance; and the power and politics of global civil society. Urvashi is also Associate Fellow at Chatham House and a columnist for the Indian Express. She has a PhD from the Department of Politics & International Relations, University of Oxford. Previously, she was Associate Professor of International Relations at the OP Jindal Global University and Research Fellow at the Observer Research Foundation.
Vikrom is an anthropologist of science and technology. His diverse research interests include the governance of emerging technologies, social and cultural dimensions of technological transitions, political and social contingencies on the production of scientific knowledge about Nature, cultural perceptions of environmental risk, dynamics between science and policy, and Cultural Theory. He has a PhD from the Institute of Science, Society, and Innovation at the University of Oxford. Vikrom is a Senior Fellow of the Observer Research Foundation & Associate Fellow of the Stockholm Environment Institute.
Ira Anjali Anwar is a Research Fellow at Tandem Research. Having completed her masters in Psycho-Social Clinical studies, she worked with Aruna Roy, in collaboration with McGill University on the questions of Participatory Democracy and the role of Public Policy. She specializes in the politics of the Future of Work in the context of emerging technologies and labour markets in developing countries. She also leads Tandem's Research Program team.
Abishek Reddy K is a Research Fellow at Tandem Research. His current work is focused on the technological trajectories and social effects of Artificial Intelligence. He is interested in understanding the relationship between technology, society and behaviour, and how they shape each other. He also leads Tandem's Research Business Development. He has a MSc(Hons) in Biological Sciences and BE(Hons) in Mechanical Engineering from Birla Institute of Technological Sciences, Pilani
Pulkit Mogha is a Research Fellow at Tandem Research. He is working on the Future of Cities initiative presently focused on the nature of Climate Resilience in Informal Settlements in India. His interests foray into the intersection of gender, sexuality, caste, media, and technology through an urban lens. He is also responsible for the Communication and Outreach team at Tandem. He is an Architect by profession with a B. Arch. from the School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi, having previously worked on the Bhopal Gas Tragedy Museum and Memorial among other public institutional buildings.
Aishwarya Shridhar is a Research Fellow at Tandem Research. Her current work is focused on the narratives of workers in India’s digital platform economy. Aishwarya is interested in the intersection of social identities with experiences of work. Her Master’s thesis is centred on perspectives of labour and community among sex workers in Mumbai. She also leads Tandem's Research Learning & Development team. She has a MA in Social Work (Community Organisation and Development Practice) from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, and a BA in English Literature from Lady Shri Ram College for Women, New Delhi.