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Jeremy Frey is Professor of Physical Chemistry and head of the Computational Systems Chemistry Group at the University of Southampton. 

Professor Sir Richard is the Cavendish Professor of Physics at the University of Cambridge and has considerable experience both within academia and also the world of business. He has pioneered the physics, materials science and engineering of semiconductor devices made with carbon-based semiconducting polymers.

I graduated in 2000 with a Master of Science degree in mathematics from Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland. I then obtained a doctorate in statistics from the University of Bristol in 2003. Since then, I have worked at Imperial College London, the University of Bristol, Winton Capital Management and, most recently, the London School of Economics. In 2013, I was awarded a Guy Medal in Bronze by the Royal Statistical Society. In 2014-17, I served as Joint Editor of the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series B.

I am a Reader in Chemistry at Imperial College London. My research concerns the development of chemistry-led approaches to interrogate function in chemistry, materials and medicine.

Carmen is currently an EPSRC Career Acceleration Fellow since 2012 and a Reader from August 2015. Prior to that she held a Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship. Carmen did her PhD with Professor G J Boons (CCRC, USA) and postdoctoral work with Professor C H Wong (Scripps, USA) in the area of oligosaccharide chemistry, which was followed by postdoctoral research in biosynthesis with Professor S E O’Connor (MIT, USA).

Yue is a Reader in the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science at Queen Mary University of London, where he leads the Whitespace Machine Communication Lab. His research focuses on developing theoretical research into practice in the interdisciplinary area among smart antennas, signal processing, spectrum sharing, internet of things.

I am a lecturer in electrochemistry at Southampton. I have a multidisciplinary background on fundamental electrochemistry and in-situ characterisation techniques and her current interests are the development of the next generation of rechargeable batteries, with focus on lithium-oxygen and lithium-sulphur batteries, and new methods of lithium production and recycling.

Antonio M. Garcia-Garcia joined the Cavendish Laboratory in 2011 as an EPSRC career acceleration fellow. Previously he held appointments in Lisbon University, Paris University and Princeton University (2004-2009). His research group, two PhD and two postdocs, is currently supported by the European Commission, EPSRC and Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia grants.

I am a robotics PhD student at the University of Bristol. I've just completed my masters year, during which I was researching Machine Learning on crowdsourced data. Specifically around designing nanoparticles (tiny, tiny particles which can carry chemotherapy drugs directly to tumours) which is very expensive and time consuming. Thus finding a way to automate this would be invaluable to the research.

Dr Georgiev has BSc and MSc degrees in chemistry and computational chemistry from Sofia University, Bulgaria in 2004 and 2006, correspondingly. He received the PhD degree from the University of Oxford in 2011. In 2011, he joined the Device Modelling Group (DevMod) he was a Research Associate until 2015. 

Dr. Abhijeet Ghosh is currently a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Computing at Imperial College London. His main research interests are in realistic computer graphics and computational photography. He currently holds a Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award besides an EPSRC Early Career Fellowship

I am a Senior Lecturer in Engineering at Swansea University. My expertise includes smart manufacturing and sensors technologies, with emphasis on knowledge and information management, data analytics and machine learning. Before joining academia, I worked for a decade in industry in senior roles delivering, planning and coordinating software development projects. 

Dr Cinzia Giannetti received her Engineering Doctorate in Advanced Manufacturing from Swansea University in 2015.  She currently holds a position as an Associate Professor in the Future Manufacturing Research Institute, College of Engineering, Swansea University. She is the holder of an EPSRC Innovation Fellowship in digital manufacturing (2018–2021) and co-investigator with the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in “Enhancing Human Interactions and Collaborations with Data and Intelligence-Driven Systems. Her expertise includes smart manufacturing and sensors technologies, with emphasis on knowledge and information management, data analytics, and machine learning techniques to support decision making through the use of sensors and large-scale databases.

I studied mathematics and physics at University of Washington in Seattle, and I wrote my DPhil thesis in topology under Ulrike Tillmann in 2007. Afterwards I went to Paris on a William Hodge Fellowship at the IHES for 2007-8, followed by a Junior Research Fellowship at Magdalen College, Oxford for 2008-10. I took up my Fellowship at Bath in 2010, and moved to Swansea in 2011.

Professor Vernon Gibson is Chief Scientific Adviser at the Ministry of Defence and an ex officio member of EPSRC.

I am an EPSRC Research Fellow and former International Newton Research Fellow at King’s College London. I received my PhD from Technion (2011) and was awarded by Quantum Electronics and Optics Division (QEOD) Thesis Price for Applied Aspects (EPS).

  • July 2014 -- EPSRC fellow, University of Oxford (from 2015, JRF of Wolfson College, Oxford)
  • March 2014 -- Oxford Martin fellow, University of Oxford
  • September 2013 -- Postdoc, National University of Singapore
  • July 2013 -- PhD in Mathematics, The University of Nottingham

Mark is an Established Career Research Fellow, previously an Advanced Research Fellow, Director of the EPSRC Network on Computational Statistics and Machine Learning, Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, and recipient of a Royal Society Wolfson Research Award. He is currently an Executive Director of the Alan Turing Institute.

Professor Lynn Gladden is the Executive Chair of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and was appointed in October 2018. Professor Gladden is the Shell Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Cambridge in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, and a Fellow of Trinity College. Professor Gladden is also the UKRI lead for commercialisation.

Jon Gluyas has 28 years’ experience as a geoscientist in the petroleum industry and a further 10 years in academia.

I am a Professor of Probability in the Department of Statistics and Tutorial Fellow at Lady Margaret Hall at the University of Oxford.  My research interests are in probability and combinatorics.  I obtained my PhD at Cambridge in 2004 and did postdocs at Paris VI, Cambridge and Oxford.  I was an Assistant Professor at Warwick 2009-11, before returning to Oxford to take up an Associate Professorship.  I was awarded the title of Professor in 2017.

I received degrees in Physics and Chemistry from MIT and a PhD in Physics from Cornell. After a postdoctorate at the University of Chicago and faculty positions at Princeton and the University of Arizona I joined the University of Cambridge in 2006 as the Schlumberger Professor of Complex Physical Systems.

Dr Kate Goldsworthy gained her PhD in Textile Design for the Circular Economy in 2012 from the University of the Arts London where she is now a Reader with the Textile Futures Research Centre. Her research focus is sustainable design, new finishing and production technologies and material innovation for the textile industry.

After receiving my PhD from the University of Brussels I moved to the USA where I spent seventeen years. In 2010, I joined the Oxford University where I am the director of the Oxford Centre for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, and of the International Brain mechanics and Trauma Lab. 

Paul currently holds the position of VP Engineering Thales UK a role in which he is responsible for around 2500 engineers and scientists working on a variety of R&D projects spanning Aerospace, Space, Security, Transportation and Defence sectors.

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