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I started working with computer scientists and software engineers when I did my PhD with John Hughes at Lancaster. John pioneered the use of ethnography in systems design and I've been working on shaping computing around the social for the best part of 20 years now. I was awarded an UK Research and Innovation Academic Fellowship in 2006.
After studying Natural Sciences at Cambridge I completed a multi-disciplinary PhD at Imperial College, working at the intersection of microfluidics, synthetic biology, and soft matter. I was then awarded a Doctoral Prize Fellowship, followed by an EPSRC Fellowship, allowing me to undertake independent research into the construction of artificial cells.
Harald Haas graduated from the University of Applied Sciences in Nuremburg and received his PhD in Wireless Communications from the University of Edinburgh in 2001. He worked with Siemens AG as a communications engineer, then as Research Project Manager, returning to academia in 2002. He was Associate Professor at Jacobs University for five years, and has been Chair of Mobile Communications with the University of Edinburgh since 2007.
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.
Patrick is an optical engineer with a background in liquid crystal devices, optical microscopy and laser fabrication. He has a Masters Degree in Physics and a DPhil in Electrical Engineering, both from the University of Oxford. Patrick is currently a Junior Research Fellow in Engineering at New College, Oxford.
Since 2009 I have been work in the Optoelectronics Research Centre at the University of Southampton, currently as Principal Research Fellow. In 2009, I was awarded a DSc degree from the Czech Academy of Sciences.
I completed a MSc degree in Physics at the University of Manchester followed by a PhD in Biophysics at the University of Nottingham. I undertook two periods of postdoctoral research, firstly at the University of Edinburgh and secondly at the University of Nottingham.
I am a Professor and Turing Fellow at UCL, Department of Computer Science. I also work as a research consultant for Microsoft Research, Cambridge. My research interests lie in the areas of information retrieval, data mining, and applications of machine learning, probability and statistics