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Top Influencers: 76 UK Lecturer’s To Follow in 2022

Lecturer in the Mathematics of Cities play a crucial role in any startup. It takes an extraordinary person to fulfil the Lecturer in the Mathematics of Cities role. We have selected these Lecturer in the Mathematics of Cities’s for this list as they are inspiring for a variety of reasons – whether that’s pushing boundaries, creating groundbreaking products, or doing their bit to save the world.

Our analysts did their best to select be best, and most innovative Lecturer in the Mathematics of Cities’s. The list is in no particular order!

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Hannah Fry

Lecturer in the Mathematics of Cities @ University College London (UCL)

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The sheer arrogance required to try and aggressively impose an ideology on the country that 5% of the population, at best, subscribe to is unreal. Democracy isn't just a series of institutional processes, it's a basic level of respect for the public.

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Dr Hannah Fry is a lecturer in the Mathematics of Cities at UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis in London. Despite having a master’s degree in maths and theoretical physics and a PhD in applied mathematics, Hannah is not the kind of mathematician to have posters of prime numbers on her wall. The maths Hannah uses revolves around looking at the patterns in human behaviour – in the study of complex social systems. By looking at the world from a mathematical perspective Hannah examines how the decisions that we make every day build up to cause housing crises and stock market crashes, and exploits the power of mathematics to help design a better society – from healthcare and transport to policing and everything in between. Learn more about Hannah Fry on Crunchbase…

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Jeanne Le Roux

Lecturer Associate @ Birkbeck, University of London

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Head of HR specialised in setting up diversity & inclusions programs, skilled in designing and implementing people management solutions, facilitating with impact and, building relationships & rapport. My purpose and aspiration is to enable others to have a great career within a business and to feel included, through talent development, great recruitment, reward and performance efficiency. Jeanne has a portfolio career: she is head of People at Adludio, Diversity & Inclusions consultant ( Birkbeck College and Tech Talent Charter) and Lecturer Associate in Entrepreneurship, Audit and HR ( Birkbeck College/Dauphine University) as well as advisor to several start ups Jeanne is an energetic, flexible, independent person with great commercial acumen. She has developed HR strategy for diverse organisation. Her innovative and big picture thinking enables to get a holistic and pragmatic approach to your firm’s need quickly. Learn more about Jeanne Le Roux on Crunchbase…

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Amanda Braden

Business Writer/ Lecturer @ The Open University

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Theo Tryfonas

Senior Lecturer in Systems Engineering Dept. of Civil Engineering @ University of Bristol

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Theo Tryfonas is an academic with the University of Bristol. He is a computer scientist and systems engineer working in the fields of Smart Cities, Internet of Things and Cybersecurity. He is interested in secure, energy-efficient and resilient urban applications of IoT, data driven models of civic innovation, privacy and technology policy. He teaches one of the first courses on smart cities in the UK and is currently involved with nationally and European funded research on smart buildings and resilient networks of smart connected objects. Learn more about Theo Tryfonas on Crunchbase…

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Hui Yu

Senior Lecturer @ University of Portsmouth

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Hui Yu is a Senior Lecturer with University of Portsmouth, UK. He received his PhD from Brunel University and previously held a research appointment with University of Glasgow, UK. He is a Senior Member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). He has won the Best PhD Thesis Prize for my PhD study, Outstanding Undergraduate Prize, EPSRC DHPA Awards and Vice Chancellor Travel Prize. He has involved in research projects supported by European Union FP7 Framework, The UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and other research fund resources in recent years. Dr. Hui Yu has acted as an editorial board member and guest editor for several international journals and severed as the program chair, session chairs/workshop organiser for some international conferences. He has published papers in many top group journals including IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine System, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS) and Computer & Graphics among others. Dr. Yu’s research interests include computer vision, computer graphics and application of machine learning to these areas, particularly in Imageideo processing and recognition, human computer interaction, human behaviour understanding, affective analysis and geometric processing of human/facial performances. His work on facial and human analysis has led to successful collaboration with top scientists and other national organizations. The 4D facial expression synthesis system he developed with colleagues has been used by many wold renowned research labs and institutions including Caltech, Princeton University, University of Montreal and Geneva University and so on. Learn more about Hui Yu on Crunchbase…

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Jenny Radcliffe

Honoury Lecturer – Management School @ University of Liverpool

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Jenny Radcliffe – aka “The People Hacker” is an expert in Social Engineering, negotiation, persuasion and influence, non-verbal communication and deception, using her skills to help clients from global corporations and law enforcement, to poker players, politicians and the security industry. Jenny speaks, consults and trains people in the skills of “people hacking” and explains how “Social Engineering” using psychological methods can be a huge threat to organisations of all sizes. She reveals how that same knowledge is a valuable tool for security professionals of all types in the prevention of these attacks, scams and cons of all kinds. Using a blend of anecdotes, science and humour, Jenny is an exceptional and highly impactful speaker. A regular keynote at major security events (Infosec, Rant, DISA, Nordic IT Security, ICS2, Trend Micro, Cisco, NTT, Bright talk, Cyber Security Week, London Fraud Forum, SC Congress,ITWeb) and multipleTEDx contributor, Jenny has been a guest expert on security, scams and social engineering for various television and radio shows as well as online media. Jenny is the host of the internationally successful podcast “The Human Factor” (Itunes) which interviews people from all walks of life about social engineering, security, business and life. Learn more about Jenny Radcliffe on Crunchbase…

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Stephen Carver

Senior Lecturer in Change Project & Programme Management @ Cranfield University

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Stephen is rated as one of the top 3 lecturers at one of Europe’s top MBA Business Schools. He has a reputation of taking complex management concepts such as Project, Programme Change and Crisis Management and being able to distil them down, into highly informative and fun lectures – often using “storytelling” techniques. His attitude is “if you haven’t done it – you shouldn’t be teaching it!” Unusually, for an academic, he has actually has spent most of his working life in real business and still runs his own, highly successful, Project Management Company. Stephen is an unusual blend of Academic, Businessman and Teller of Tales. He has lectured Worldwide and has worked with civilian and military organisations in the field of risk analysis and safety. Learn more about Stephen Carver on Crunchbase…

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Angus Kidd

Associate Lecturer @ Northumbria University Newcastle Business School

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Angus Kidd has had a 25 year career in Financial Services mostly with Credit Suisse in Compliance and Risk Management. He has worked extensively in Asia Pacific – Sydney, Tokyo and Singapore – as well as being based in Wroclaw, Poland for the last 4 years running Credit Suisse in Poland, responsible for 5000 staff in Wroclaw and Warsaw. He has a wide range of corporate governance experience and developed a great many relevant skills and industry contacts for Wolves Summit.He is now based in the Newcastle, UK providing consulting and advisory services to a wide range of clients.Key achievements include:• setting up and running a 700 person outsourced team in Singapore, India and Poland for a variety of Risk Management functions• President of Credit Suisse Poland, responsible for all activities across two offices and 5000 staff providing services to London and Zurich primarily• partnering with Wroclaw City, Wroclaw Airport and Swiss Air to start a new direct flight from Zurich to Wroclaw, started in Oct 2017• head of Credit Suisse Compliance Global Efficiency & Effectiveness programme Learn more about Angus Kidd on Crunchbase…

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Madeleine Flanagan

Pricipal Lecturer – Dermatology @ University of Hertfordshire

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Madeleine Flanagan RN, MSc is the Member of the Scientific Advisory Board at Kerecis. Madeleine is also a Principal Lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire, Programme director, MSc Skin Integrity Skills / MSc Dermatology Skills & Treatment with expertise in developing inter-professional curricula to support specialist clinical practice. Madeleine is the Author of the book “Wound Healing and Skin Integrity: Principles and Practice,” published in 2013. The author of more than 100 articles on wounds in peer-reviewed publications Editorial advisor in several wound related journals including:” “Journal of Community Nursing” and “Wounds UK“. Learn more about Madeleine Flanagan on Crunchbase…

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Danielle Khayat Saikaly

Senior Lecturer @ ESCP

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Sandi Balendra

Business & Enterprise Lecturer @ University of the Arts London

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Sandi Gollen Balendra is a Media and Entertainment lawyer by background and an Advisory Committee Member & Lecturer (Business and Innovation) at the London College of Fashion (University of the Arts London). She is also the founder of VMM Music & Fashion which is an industry based powerhouse which manages and connects artists and investors to collaborate live music tours and fashion runway shows in renowned venues across Europe. Her latest music tour was conducted in Ibiza this year which picked up much momentum in the business of fashion technology in the luxury media and entertainment arena within the broadcast of film, television content, advertising and new media space. Learn more about Sandi Balendra on Crunchbase…

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Mark Campbell

Guest Lecturer @ Leeds Beckett University

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Vihar Georgiev

Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) & Deputy Group Leader of Device Modelling Group @ University of Glasgow

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Tex Dunstan

Senior Lecturer @ Anglia Ruskin University

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Tex is co founder of Mental Snapp and also runs Barrage Media in conjunction with Hannah Chamberlain, he has responsibility for strategic direction of the project and a special interest in how research and academia can be applied to the data that Mental Snapp creates. Learn more about Tex Dunstan on Crunchbase…

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Mark Connor

Lecturer In Sport Performance Analysis @ Suffolk University

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Ferenc Huszar

senior lecturer in machine learning @ University of Cambridge

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Textbooks introduce DNS as the phone book of the internet, and authors clearly expect this analogy to go a long way explaining what it’s useful for, but

Teenagers have never seen a phone book in their lives except in “old movies”.

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Steve May Russell

Guest Lecturer @ Warwick Business School

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Steve May-Russell is a leading Industrial Design and Innovation Consultant and the CEO of the renowned Smallfry, based in Coventry, England. Steve is a graduate in Industrial Design and Engineering from Leicester De Montfort University. Following a condensed MBA at Warwick University Steve studied consumer marketing under renowned 1980’s marketing guru Philip Kotler at the JL Kellogg Graduate Management School in Chicago. Steve has represented the creative industries on the UK Trade & Investment’s bi-lateral partnerships in the Far East and is regularly invited to speak to international audiences on Innovation and using Design to develop brands. Steve lectures to academic institutions, including Cranfield MBA students, Cambridge University, Coventry University and Loughborough University. Learn more about Steve May Russell on Crunchbase…

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Peter Leek

Lecturer @ University of Oxford

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Ash Mosahebi

Senior lecturer @ University College London (UCL)

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Mosahebi qualified at Guy’s & St Thomas Medical school in London. His Plastic surgical training was in London Deanery in some of the largest & busiest hospitals in UK. He has had further specialist training in reconstructive & aesthetic surgery in New York & Belgium. He is a Consultant & Honorary senior lecturer at Royal Free Hospital, University College Medical School, London. He is an author a number of publications & has lectured extensively worldwide. He is involved in pioneering research work on regenerating new tissues through new biomaterials & tissue engineering. He is on editorial board of Aesthetic surgery Journal, council member of BAAPS, President of Royal Society of Medicine (plastic surgery section), on United Kingdom specialist advisory committee for plastic surgery. He is also on advisory panel for Health education England regulation on non-invasive aesthetic treatments. His specialist interest is congenital, cosmetic & reconstructive breast surgery. He is also an active member of the regional skin cancer network. In addition to his specialist area, Ash has expertise in all aspects of cosmetic & laser surgery as well as non-surgical rejuvenation. Ash also deals with complex soft tissue reconstruction following accident or cancer surgery. Learn more about Ash Mosahebi on Crunchbase…

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Dan Mercea

Senior Lecturer in Sociology @ City University London

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Dan Mercea is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at City, University of London and associate editor of the journal Information, Communication & Society. He has a lasting interest in the implications flowing from the adoption and repurposing of Internet technologies in various domains of social and political activity. Over the course of this decade, his empirical research has focused on the impact of Internet-enabled networked communication on participation in protest politics. More recently, he has started to examine disruptive political communication on social media. He has published widely in academic journals, is regularly interviewed as a subject expert and has been a contributor on popular science outlets such as the Washington Post’ Monkey Cage. He is the author of ‘Civic Participation in Contentious Politics: The Digital Foreshadowing of Protest” (2016, Palgrave Macmillan). Learn more about Dan Mercea on Crunchbase…

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John Kelly

Lecturer Electrical Engineering @ Kendall College

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Hannah Dawson

Lecturer, History of Political Thought @ King’s College London

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And the IHR History of Political Ideas Early Career seminar too! Behaviourism, Leveller martyrology, sex strikes, south Asian 'world religioning', Guillaume Postel, & Simone de Beauvoir with @OByrska - it's all going on at the @ihr_history 💥💥
https://www.history.ac.uk/seminars/history-political-ideasearly-career-seminar

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Hannah took a double first in History from the University of Cambridge. She went on to do her MPhil and PhD there, working on early-modern theories of language, and their relationship to natural, moral and political philosophy, especially in the work of John Locke. She was elected to a Junior Research Fellowship at Queens’ College, Cambridge, and taught at the University of Edinburgh, and then New College of the Humanities, before arriving at King’s. She received a major British Academy Research Development Award for her Clarendon Edition of Locke’s Disputations on the law nature, and held the inaugural Balzan-Skinner Lectureship at the University of Cambridge to work on the normativity of nature in early-modern thought. She is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. Learn more about Hannah Dawson on Crunchbase…

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Gavin Brown

Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Financial Technology @ University of Liverpool

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Carl Michel

Visiting Lecturer @ City University London

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Richard Mead

Senior Lecturer @ University of Sheffield

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Richard Mead is a Senior Lecturer (associate professor) at the Sheffield Institute for Translational Neuroscience. He has 16 years’ experience in preclinical drug discovery in academia and industry and has a track record of taking compounds through preclinical programs to nomination for clinical development. He has worked on the target pathway (NRF2-KEAP1) for over 8 years and taken a reactive Nrf2 activator from screening to orphan designation with the EMA for MND. He is a named inventor on 4 patents and has attracted funding of £7.4M as primary investigator and co-investigator. Learn more about Richard Mead on Crunchbase…

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Yuhong Zhou

Senior Lecturer @ University College London (UCL)

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Honglei Li

Senior Lecturer @ Northumbria University

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ICEB2019 Deadline extended to30th September. We have five keynote speakers, I&M Editor in Chief Patrick Chau, EJIS Editor in Chief Pär Ågerfalk, Professor Feng Li from City University of London, Eddy Yin, Chief Digital Officer if Microsoft Enterprise Services, and Laura Patridge

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Honglei Li is currently a senior lecturer in Enterprise Information Systems at Department of Computing & Information Sciences, Northumbria University. Holding a PhD and M.Phil in Management Information Systems and a BSC in computational mathematics, she is enthusiastic about transforming our life through new technologies. She has been working on several research projects including Improving Shopping Experience with Image Processing Technology, Creating Digital Government Platform for Better Public Engagement, Smart City, and Virtual Community Participation through Interpersonal Relationships. She is an active researcher publishing papers in top journals such as Information & Management and Internet Research. Learn more about Honglei Li on Crunchbase…

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Mario Giardini

Senior Lecturer @ University of Strathclyde

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Mario Ettore Giardini has a background in electronic engineering, and has been working for the last 20 years on biomedical instrumentation and technology, as Research Scientist at the Italian National Institute for Physics of Matter, as Director of R&D for a leading European microscope manufacturer, and currently as Lecturer in Digital Health at the University of Strathclyde, in Scotland, where he develops technologies, devices and instruments for global healthcare, for field and point-of-care medicine and for medical robotics. Devices deriving from his research are sold worldwide. Learn more about Mario Giardini on Crunchbase…

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Patrick McLaughlin

Lecturer @ Cranfield University

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Patrick McLaughlin is the Course Director for the Operations Excellence MSc at Cranfield University. He has worked at director level in the manufacturing industry for over twenty years and has been responsible for several plant-wide lean manufacturing implementations. His experiences with a range of manufacturing processes and working for a number of different companies in several industries has provided him with a strong background in managing manufacturing operations, including managing growth, downturn, restructuring and relocation of manufacturing facilities. Learn more about Patrick McLaughlin on Crunchbase…

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Susanne Ross

Lecturer in Business @ Queen Margaret University

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George Adamopoulos

Senior Lecturer in Electronic Materials and Devices @ Lancaster University

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Dr. Daniele Magazzeni

Artificial Intelligence Lecturer @ King’s College London @ The Medic App

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Dr Daniele Magazzeni is leading the Trusted Autonomous Systems Hub at King’s College London. His research is in Explainable AI for safe control of autonomous robots and trustable human-autonomy teaming. He is a frequent tutorial speaker at AI conferences. He is scientific advisor and has collaborations and consultancy projects with a number of companies and organisations. He recently founded the advisory company AIDEAS. Learn more about Dr. Daniele Magazzeni on Crunchbase…

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Jerry Luo

Lecturer in Energy Storage and Harvesting @ Cranfield University

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Robin Bradley

Visiting Lecturer @ University of Hertfordshire

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UK CEO, AI Thought leader and Lecturer at University of Hertfordshire. Robin helps businesses transform their customer journeys and drive increased ROI using AI and Emerging Technology. Lecturer and public speaker in Emerging Technology and AI Providing Thought leadership on how to use AI/RPA and make it work for your company. Working with C-suite and Senior management teams to reduce the risk of AI and Emerging Tech adoption and scale out during this 4th Industrial Revolution. Robin has 18 years of programme management and transformation experience working in industry transforming businesses. Working for IBM, Citi, Cisco and SmartCo. Learn more about Robin Bradley on Crunchbase…

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Mark McGlashan

Lecturer @ Birmingham City University

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My new research article, 'Using Worthiness, Unity, Numbers and Commitment to Analyse Reported Speech in the Pro- and Anti-Brexit Press', is now available to read open access on @CadaadJournal: https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/fass/journals/cadaad/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/14.1-Kennedy.pdf

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Christopher Tennant

Guest Lecturer: Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science @ London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

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Christopher is a Director and Head of Planning in the London office and has a detailed knowledge and experience of planning, mixed use urban regeneration, masterplanning, economic development, and related planning and development issues including current legislative and planning practice. Christopher has provided town planning advice to a wide range of public and private clients, in sectors such as urban regeneration, commercial, residential, defence, retail, leisure and education and has over 15 years’ experience leading teams on the delivery of complex mixed use projects, masterplans and area-based regeneration schemes in towns and cities across the UK. Learn more about Christopher Tennant on Crunchbase…

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Jackie Barker

Lecturer in strategy and operations management @ University of the West of England

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Simone Dimartino

Lecturer in Chemical Engineering @ University of Edinburgh

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Gregory Offer

Senior Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering @ Imperial College London

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Dr Gregory Offer manages a group of ~20 researchers and PhD students. Greg’s group work at the interface between the science and engineering of electrochemical devices. His research portfolio focuses on understanding the limits of operation, degradation mechanisms and failure modes of batteries, supercapacitors and fuel cells in real world applications, and the impacts and consequences on system design, integration and control. Greg has published 49 peer reviewed journal papers, 8 patents and 5 technical reports. Greg also has experience working outside academia as a management consultant in 2002-2003 and a government advisor in 2009-2010. Learn more about Gregory Offer on Crunchbase…

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MariCarmen Gil Ortega

Senior Lecturer, Education Innovation Centre @ University of the West of England

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Maria del Carmen Gil Ortega, Senior teaching fellow of the Higher Education Academy in the UK, Senior Lecturer in Innovative Pedagogy and Programme Leader for the Masters in Education in Virtual Worlds at the Education Innovation Centre of the University of the West of England. Her background is in Languages and Linguistics with a strong emphasis in technology enhanced teaching and learning. Fascinated by the opportunities that immersive virtual environments offer to enhance the learning experiences of students, and in order to provide valid and innovative alternative solutions to some of the challenges encountered in traditional educational practices, for the last eight years Maria del Carmen has been undertaking research on the affordances that these technologies have for teaching and learning and designing learning experiences that would be difficult, dangerous, financially costly, in some cases unethical or just impossible to recreate in a face-to-face educational environment. Learn more about MariCarmen Gil Ortega on Crunchbase…

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Tara Swart

Senior Lecturer @ MIT – Sloan School of Management

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Tara Swart is an executive leadership coach, medical doctor, neuroscientist and frequent keynote speaker. She is passionate about disseminating simple, pragmatic neuroscience-based messages that change the way people work and sustainably translate to tangible improvement in their business and their lives. Swart has authored or co-authored over 20 articles in journals of neuroscience and coaching. She speaks globally on the brain in business at international conferences, corporations and at top business schools including Oxford, Stanford and MIT. Learn more about Tara Swart on Crunchbase…

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Steve Amara

Part-Time Lecturer @ Groupe SupDeco Dakar

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Gareth Mitchell

Lecturer, Broadcast & Science Communication @ Imperial College London

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Active science journalist, presenting a weekly technology programme, BBC World Service; reports regularly for science programmes, BBC Radio 4. Also writes each month for BBC Focus magazine as the technology expert on the publication’s Q&A pages. Lectures in broadcast and written journalism, Science Communication and Science Media Production MSc courses, Imperial College London. Learn more about Gareth Mitchell on Crunchbase…

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Andy Cobley

Senior Lecturer @ University of Dundee

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Andy Cobley is Senior Lecturer at University of Dundee, Scotland. Learn more about Andy Cobley on Crunchbase…

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Benny Lo

Lecturer @ Imperial College London

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Benny Lo Lecturer currently working as a lecturer at Imperial College London. Working as a researcher and academic for many years, I have extensive knowledge and experience in research and project management. My research interests mainly focus on investigating and developing novel technological approaches for improving health and wellbeing; in particular in areas such as Body Sensor Networks, Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics, Machine Learning, Computer Vision ,Microelectronics, Pervasive Sensing, etc. With postgraduate degrees and experience in both electronics and computer science, I have introduced a number of novel hardware, software and algorithms for healthcare, wellbeing and sports applications. Learn more about Benny Lo on Crunchbase…

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Sabine Hauert

Lecturer in Robotics @ University of Bristol

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Looking forward to giving a keynote on hourglass emergence + collective computation @ The 16th International Symposium on Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems org by @sabinehauert+Benoît Piranda et al. "Robotic systems are at a tipping point."

Register: https://dars2022.org/

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Nanoparticles for cancer applications are increasingly able to move, sense, and interact the body in a controlled fashion, an affordance that has led them to be called robots. The challenge is to discover how trillions of nanobots can work together to improve the detection and treatment of tumors. Towards this end, the field of swarm robotics offers tools and techniques for controlling large numbers of robots with limited capabilities. Our swarm strategies are designed in realistic simulators using bio-inspiration, machine learning and crowdsourcing (NanoDoc: http://nanodoc.org). Strategies are then translated to large swarms of robots or preliminary tissue-on-a-chip devices. Sabine Hauert is Lecturer at the University of Bristol where she designs swarm of nanobots for biomedical applications. Swarm strategies are either inspired from nature or are automatically designed in simulation using machine learning and crowdsourcing. (NanoDoc – http://nanodoc.org). Before joining the University of Bristol, Sabine was a Human Frontier Science Program Cross-Disciplinary Fellow at the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT where she designed cooperative nanoparticles for cancer treatment. Her passion for swarm engineering started in 2006 as a PhD student at EPFL- Switzerland making swarms of flying robots for rescue operations. Passionate about science communication, Sabine is the Co-founder and President of the Robots Association, Co-founder of the ROBOTS Podcast (http://robotspodcast.com) and Robohub (http://robohub.org), as well as Media Editor for the journal Autonomous Robots. Learn more about Sabine Hauert on Crunchbase…

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Nigel Moore

Lecturer in Architecture Technology @ University of Wolverhampton

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Tae-Kyun Kim

Lecturer @ Imperial College London

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T-K Kim is Associate Professor and the leader of Computer Vision and Learning Lab at Imperial College London, UK. He obtained his PhD and Junior Research Fellowship, from Univ. of Cambridge, in 2008 and for 2007-2010 respectively. His research interests primarily lie in tree-structure classifiers for articulated hand pose estimation, face recognition by image sets and videos, and 6D object pose estimation. He has co-authored over 40 papers in top-tier conferences and journals, his co-authored algorithm for face image retrieval is MPEG-7 ISO/IEC standard. He is co-recipient of the KUKA best paper award at ICRA14, and general co-chair of CVPR15/16 workshop on HANDS and ICCV15 workshop on Object Pose. Learn more about Tae-Kyun Kim on Crunchbase…

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Angela Gallo

Lecturer in Finance @ Cass Business School London

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Angela Gallo joined Cass in 2016 as a Marie Curie Fellow at the Centre for Banking Research. The funded project was on Shadow Banking and its implications for the real economy. Angela’s research interests are in the areas of banking, structured finance and corporate governance. Her research has been published in international peer-reviewed journals as Corporate Governance: International Review, International Review of Financial Analysis, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money. Angela has teaching experience at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. She has designed and delivered modules for the Italian Banking Association, international banks and financial advisors in London. She has delivered seminars and talks for industry events and policy-makers. As a member of the Centre for Banking Research, she is involved in the consulting works of the Centre. She is currently a member of the Board of Studies at Cass Business School. Learn more about Angela Gallo on Crunchbase…

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Verity McIntosh

Senior Lecturer in Virtual & Extended Realities @ University of the West of England

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Jim Warwicker

Senior Lecturer @ University of Manchester

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Agostino Stilli

Lecturer (Assistant Professor) @ UCL

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Jeremy Singer

Senior Lecturer @ University of Glasgow

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Jeremy Singer is a lecturer in the School of Computing Science. His particular focus is in the area of complex systems engineering. His current research investigates the application of mathematical models to runtime system behaviour. Previously, Jeremy was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Manchester, where he worked on Java runtime systems for speculative parallelism on multicore architectures. Jeremy obtained his PhD in 2006 from the University of Cambridge. His thesis topic was Static Program Analysis based on Virtual Register Renaming. Learn more about Jeremy Singer on Crunchbase…

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Kate Lancaster

Lecturer @ University of York

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Roderich Gross

Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) & Head of Natural Robotics Lab @ University of Sheffield

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Roderich Gross received a Diploma degree (summa cum laude) in computer science in 2001 from Dortmund University of Technology (Germany) and a Ph.D. degree in engineering sciences in 2007 from the Universite Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium). From 2005-2007, he was a JSPS research fellow at the Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan), a research associate with the School of Biological Sciences, University of Bristol (UK), and a Marie Curie Research Fellow at Unilever R&D Port Sunlight (UK). From 2008-2009 he was a Marie Curie Intra-European Fellow at the EPFL (Switzerland). From 2010-2013, he was a Lecturer and since January 2014, he has been a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in the Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering of the University of Sheffield. Learn more about Roderich Gross on Crunchbase…

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Nicolas Courtois

Senior Lecturer @ University College London (UCL)

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Mark R Johnson

Lecturer in Digital Cultures @ University of Sydney

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Larisa Soldatova

Lecturer @ Brunel University

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Dr Larisa Soldatova is an internationally recognised expert in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its applications to the Life Sciences. She is co-leading ACTION on cancer (2017-2021), a project funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), UK. The project aims to develop an AI system to assist in personalised treatments of cancer. Larisa is involved to the high-profile Robot Scientist project for over 15 years, the AI system that made the first ever automated scientific discovery. Larisa led the European project AdaLab (2014-2018) that focused on AI for automated experimentation for systems biology, and also was involved in many other international research projects. The results of her work are published in such high-profile journals as Science, Nature Biotechnology, Journal of the Royal Society Interface. Learn more about Larisa Soldatova on Crunchbase…

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Rebecca Stewart

Soft Circuits Engineer & Lecturer @ Queen Mary University of London

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Karen Ciclitira

Senior Lecturer @ Middlesex University

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Frank Baganz

Senior Lecturer @ University College London (UCL)

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Stuart Howarth

HPL Lecturer @ Nottingham Trent University

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Angela Attwood

Researcher and Lecturer @ University of Bristol

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Peter Hubbard

Senior ITSM Consultant & Lecturer @ Pink Elephant

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Change Management is one of the most critical ITSM processes for any organization, but it’s worryingly easy to get it wrong! All too many organizations try to deploy or improve in this key area and struggle to gain adoption from those it’s designed to support. ITIL is a great starting point but where is a poor Change Manager to turn when confronted with these questions that aren’t covered in the books: “Do Incidents really require changes to resolve them?”; “How do I make sure a CAB does not turn into a technical torture chamber?”; “What happens when Change Management goes home in the evening?”; “How do I stop people abusing my emergency change process?”; and of course “Just what is a change anyway?!” Join Peter as he shares practical solutions and tips gathered in his almost 20 years’ experience working within ITSM across all industry sectors. Learn more about Peter Hubbard on Crunchbase…

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Stephanie Hussels

Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship, Full-time MBA Director & Co-Director, BGP @ Fabnami

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Andres Guadamuz

Senior Lecturer @ University of Sussex

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Andres Guadamuz is a Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law at the University of Sussex and an international consultant for the World Intellectual Property Organization. His main research areas are open licensing, software protection, digital copyright, and complexity in networks. Andres has published two books, the most recent is “Networks, Complexity and Internet Regulation” with the British publisher Edward Elgar, and regularly blogs at Technollama.co.uk. Since 2005, he has been involved with Creative Commons Scotland (while lecturer at University of Edinburgh and Associate Director of SCRIPT Centre), Costa Rica and now UK. Learn more about Andres Guadamuz on Crunchbase…

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Kate Devlin

Senior Lecturer @ Goldsmiths, University of London

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Kate Devlin is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Computing at Goldsmiths, University of London. Coming from an Arts and Humanities background and now working in STEM, Kate investigates how people interact with and react to technologies, both past and future. She works in the fields of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and Artificial Intelligence (AI), focusing on cognition, sex, gender and sexuality. She was Co-Chair of the widely reported Love and Sex with Robots 2016 and ran the UK’s first sex tech hackathon. Kate is a campaigner for gender equality and is involved in national initiatives to improve opportunities for women in tech. Learn more about Kate Devlin on Crunchbase…

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Stamatia Giannarou

Lecturer in Surgical Cancer Technology and Imaging @ Imperial College London

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Vasilis Pavlidis

Lecturer @ University of Manchester

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Robert Watson

Senior Lecturer in Systems, Security, and Architecture @ University of Cambridge

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Janet Murray

Visiting lecturer @ Goldsmiths, University of London

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Janet Murray is an award-winning British journalist, author and PR coach who helps businesses and brands tell their story in the media. She’s written and edited for countless national publications (including the Guardian, Huffington Post, Daily Telegraph, Entrepreneur, Independent, Daily Mail and The Sun), many consumer titles and made dozens of appearances on radio and TV. Janet lives near London with her husband and 11-year-old daughter and runs her business from her garden ‘shedquarters’, local coffee shop or wherever she happens to be in the world (and thanks her lucky stars for it every day). She has a popular PR blog, podcast and is the author of Your Press Release Is Breaking My Heart: A Totally Unconventional Guide To Telling Your Story In The Media. Learn more about Janet Murray on Crunchbase…

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Arne Hintz

Senior Lecturer @ Cardiff University

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“’Data Justice’ will be the foundational text for studies on the intersection of data and social justice.”

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Arne Hintz is Senior Lecturer at the Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, Cardiff University. His research connects communication policy, media activism and technological change. He has led the collaborative research project ‘Digital Citizenship and Surveillance Society’. His publications include the co-edited volume ‘Beyond WikiLeaks’ (2013). Learn more about Arne Hintz on Crunchbase…

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Achim Brucker

Senior Lecturer @ University of Sheffield

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Ruth Massey

Senior Lecturer @ University of Bath

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Catherine Flick

Senior Lecturer in Computing and Social Responsibility @ De Montfort University

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Catherine Flick is a Senior Lecturer in Computing and Social Responsibility at the Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility at De Montfort University. Areas of research have involved responsible research and innovation in health and ageing, online child protection, trusted computing, ethics and video games, ethics in AI, anonymous technologies and the darknet, and informed consent in ICT. She holds a number of EU grants on responsible research and innovation and is a member of the ACM’s Committee on Professional Ethics, and is a steering committee member of the ACM’s Code of Ethics refresh team. She teaches computer ethics and research methods to business computing and computer science students. Learn more about Catherine Flick on Crunchbase…

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Ernest Adams

Senior Lecturer @ Uppsala University

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Ernest Adams is a freelance game designer currently based in England, and a member of the International Hobo game design consortium. He was most recently employed as a lead designer at Bullfrog Productions, and for several years before that he was the audio/video producer on the Madden NFL Football product line. In a much earlier life he was a software engineer. He has developed on-line, computer, and console games for everything from the IBM 360 mainframe to the Playstation 2. He was a founder of the International Game Developer’s Association, and is a frequent lecturer at the Game Developer’s Conference. Learn more about Ernest Adams on Crunchbase…

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