Student Research

Promote your research, take part in current research surveys and view other research projects below.

Current Student Research  

Supply Chain Resilience in the Grocery Sector and how prepared your firm is to various change scenarios (e.g. Brexit; Tech; Environmental) 

The survey questions revolve around key factors around your firm's supply chain resilience and how prepared your firm is to various change scenarios (e.g. Brexit; Tech; Environmental) and relate to potential infrastructure requirements or improvements that may mitigate against any risks. Your responses will be aggregated with other collaborating firms - upon which we will share our findings when our project is complete. 

To take part please click here

Can GIS as an evolving technology aid in the recovery process after a major emergency?

You are invited to participate in a survey, entitled “Can GIS as an evolving technology aid in the recovery process after a major emergency?". The study is being conducted by Karl Fagan, Data Centre Security Manager in part fulfilment of the MSc in Emergency Management, Dublin City University.

The purpose of this study is to examine the impact beneficial or otherwise of GIS (Geographic Information Services) in relation to emergency management (EM) from an Irish Perspective. The aim is that this study will provide the EM sector with feedback to assist future planning.

It is estimated to take approximately 6 to 8 minutes of your time to complete the survey and your participation will be completely anonymised, as will all results. 

Any identification kept during the data collection phase will be for tracking purposes only and this information will be stripped from the final dataset.

Your participation in this interview is voluntary. You may decline to take part and you have the right to withdraw from participation at any time.

For more information and to take part please click here

Submit Student Research 

The BCI is dedicated to assisting students entering the business continuity and resilience industry. Fill out the form below to promote your research to the BCI's audience and encourage participation in your survey.