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Profiles of people associated with EPSRC including Fellows, Council members and EPSRC staff. Please use the filters to customise the listing on this page.

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Mark is CEO of BT's security enterprise, which brings together experts from several parts of BT. Mark started in April 2002. He reports to the Global Services CEO.

Alex joined EPSRC in 2002 and has worked in the ICT Theme as a Senior Portfolio Manager since 2009.

Sophie is a Capability Engineer for Airborne Communications and Identification at Leonardo. In her role she defines future Communications and Identification products, ensuring there is a technology roadmap to back up the strategy. She also manages low technology readiness level applied research projects, working with a number of universities to mature ideas. Sophie has a Masters Degree in Physics from Durham University and previously worked as an Antenna Engineer at Leonardo before her current role. Sophie is an active STEM ambassador and member of Women’s Engineering Society where she chairs the Younger Members Board. She is passionate about promoting careers in STEM to future generations.

David graduated from Imperial College London with a PhD in Chemistry in 1988. He has worked for 25 years in R&D with Procter & Gamble (based in the UK and the USA) in their Beauty, Health and Grooming businesses, leading R&D programmes in Europe, North America and globally.

Izzy is a UKRI Future Leader Fellow based in the University of Sheffield and develops new optical microscopy methods to visualise the building blocks of life at single-molecule detail.

Gareth Jenkins is Chief Scientific Officer for Arcinova, an agile contract research and development organisation based in Alnwick, Northumberland where he champions the use of transformational technology for innovation in high value chemicals and medicines manufacturing.  With over 20 years of industrial experience, his interests cover synthetic organic chemistry, chemo- and bio- catalysis, reaction and process engineering, process modelling and simulation.

Paul Jenkins has worked for Unilever for 21 years.  In that time he has worked on technology for numerous different categories including Deo, Hair, Household Care, Laundry, Oral and Skin.

Professor Jennings is responsible for promoting, supporting and facilitating Imperial College London's research performance and for leading on the delivery of the Research and Enterprise Strategy.

Professor Dame Jane Jiang holds a UK Royal Academy of Engineering/Renishaw Research Chair in Precision Metrology and is the Director of the EPSRC Future Metrology Hub.  She obtained her PhD in measurement science in 1995, and a DSc for precision engineering in 2007.

Dr Jun Jiang is a Lecturer in Mech. Eng. Dept. at Imperial College London, researching and developing future intelligent metal manufacturing techniques. In the past 5 years, Jun published ~50 top journal papers with >1000 citations (h-index 22). Jun obtained his DPhil from the Materials Dept. at Oxford University in 2013, developing micromechanical characterization technique for studying the plasticity in metals. He then moved to Imperial, Materials Dept. as a post-doc to study the fatigue problem in the aero engine components. In 2016, he started a new journey in the Mech. Eng. Dept. as a Research Fellow to research metal manufacturing process. In 2017, he was appointed as a Lecturer and established his Intelligent metal forming group. In 2018, Jun won the Imperial President’s Award for Excellence in Research. He is working on a range of metal manufacturing techniques such as hybrid additive manufacturing, solid-state additive manufacturing, intelligent rolling, robotic blacksmith.

Yan is a senior lecturer in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Queen's University Belfast.

Siân is Director of Security Business Development and Strategic Growth for Microsoft. She has worked in Cybersecurity for nearly 25 years working in strategy, business risk, privacy and technology.

After becoming one of the youngest Senior Principal Scientists with Individual Merit from the UK Civil Service, whilst working at the Defence Evaluation and Research Agency (previously RSRE) Cliff Jones founded the successful spin-out company Displaydata to commercialise one of his inventions in LCD.

Martin Jones is a Principal Scientist in Pharmaceutical Technology and Development at AstraZeneca.

Richard Jones has a first degree and PhD in Physics from Cambridge University, and following postdoctoral work at Cornell University, USA, he was a lecturer at the University of Cambridge’s Cavendish Laboratory. In 1998 he moved to the University of Sheffield, and in 2006 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society.

Victoria joined Mondelēz International 16 years ago where, having run both analytical laboratories and a research team with a focus on the Physical Sciences, she now has responsibility for the Open Innovation Agenda for Europe.

Matthew Juniper is Professor of Thermofluid Dynamics at the University of Cambridge. He received his PhD from Ecole Centrale de Paris in 2001 and, after a period as an Associate at McKinsey & Co., joined Cambridge as a lecturer in 2003. From 2011-2015 he was a member of the EPSRC Strategic Advisory Team for Engineering. He is Associate Editor of the Journal of Fluid Mechanics and Principal Investigator of the UK Fluids Network. His research interests are Fluid Dynamics, Thermoacoustics, Flow Instability, Data Assimilation, and Physics-Informed Machine Learning in Fluid Dynamics.

Dr Laura Justham completed her first degree in Physics in June 2003 and moved into a PhD in Manufacturing Engineering and more specifically in Integrated Manufacturing Systems, which she graduated from in 2007. She undertook a number of PDRA positions in manufacturing systems research; electronics manufacturing and embedded technologies, before the commencement of her lectureship at Loughborough University in 2012.

Dr Robert Kay obtained an honours degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and a PhD in Microsystems Engineering from Heriot-Watt University. During the course of his Doctorate studies he developed a novel microfabrication manufacturing process for the manufacture of precision electroformed stencils used mainly for the deposition of interconnects for electronic packaging.

Ruth is Deputy Director for International, and leads EPSRC’s international portfolio providing strategic direction. Ruth works with the research community in the UK and overseas, research funders in other countries, and colleagues across EPSRC and UKRI to identify and develop opportunities for international collaborations.

Dr Emma Kendrick is a materials chemist at WMG, University of Warwick.

Tony Kenyon is the Vice Dean Research in the Faculty of Engineering Sciences at UCL, and Professor of Nanoelectronic and Nanophotonic Materials in the Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering, UCL. Prior to joining the SAN, he was Chair of the EPSRC ICT SAT. He sits on the Executive Committee of the European Materials Research Society. His research interests include memristive devices for neuromorphic systems, silicon photonics and nanomaterials for novel electronic and photonic applications. He is a founder and director of Intrinsic Semiconductor Technologies Ltd, a spin-out form UCL set up to commercialise his silicon oxide memristive device work.

Cay Kielty is a cell-matrix and regenerative medicine scientist studying the assembly, structure and function of extracellular matrix (ECM), and the biology and therapeutic applications of mesenchymal progenitor cells (MSCs). She is Professor of Medical Biochemistry within the Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell-Matrix Research in Manchester.

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