Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Since returning to Dundee in 1992, after a spell at St Andrews, Christopher has worked to raise the profile of Scottish History at Dundee.
Set up by the UK government in 1999 to provide public access to computers and the internet, the network of 6,000 UK Online centres now plays a key role in realising the benefits of ICT to help improve individual lives, strengthen communities and achieve social inclusion.
Professor of Digital Economy
Derek McAuley is Professor of Digital Economy in the School of Computer Science and Director of Horizon, a Digital Economy Research Institute, at the University of Nottingham, and Affiliated Lecturer at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory.
User Group Representative
John has been retired since February 2008. He formerly worked as a campaigner for Oxfam in Scotland (2003-2008). Before then, he was a Member of the Scottish Parliament (1999-2003) and a Member of Parliament (1987-2001) for the constituency of Dundee East.
Aart van Halteren
Senior Researcher at Phillips
Aart Van Halteren is a senior researcher at Philips Research. His research interests include architecture and software infrastructures for (context-aware) networked applications, wearable sensor networks and mobile applications
Technology Strategy board
The aim of ALIP is to significantly advance the technology to meet the demand for independent living from those suffering from chronic conditions (e.g. CHF, COPD, type 2 diabetes, and dementia), particularly from the increasing demand from the increasing number of the elderly.
Graham Thrower has had an extensive international career in Corporate Finance raising equity, bond and bank finance around the world for many of the major global companies in the Media, Telecom and Technology sectors; most latterly at the US Investment Bank Citigroup where he was a Managing Director.
Steering Committee Chair
Pamela read physics at King’s College London before joining the Civil Service fast stream in 1967. Her posts in the 1980s focussed on policy and promotion of advanced manufacturing technology, research and technology policy.
Graham I Johnson
Director, Advanced Technology & Research, NCR Labs
Graham's current role is establishing research and strategic technology directions, enabling breakthrough innovation, creating applied research initiatives on significant industry issues, building strategic global research relationships, and transferring advanced technologies to realisation.
Eric Sampson retired from the Department for Transport in November 2006. At DfT he worked in the Marine, Highways, Rail and Safety Directorates, and The Coastguard Agency. He was the lead UK negotiator for the 1990 EU Transport Telematics Programme (DRIVE 2) and served as Deputy Chief Scientist responsible for DfT interest in the EC 4th R&D Framework Programme; and generally developing the contribution of science and technology to transport policies.
Head Of Age, Disability and Inclusion Research, BT Innovate & Design
Adam leads BT’s research into new technologies to help create a more inclusive society.
Pro Vice Chancellor
Professor Ella Ritchie is an expert in the politics of the European Union (EU), with a particular interest in the Common Fisheries Policy, and the relationships between Britain and the EU and France and the EU, and has published extensively on these subjects.