Professor in the Chair of Human Computer Interaction
University of St Andrews
Aaron Quigley is the Chair of Human Computer Interaction in the School of Computer Science at the Univeristy of St Andrews where he is the director of SACHI. He is the deputy director of SICSA, the Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance.
Dr Adesina Iluyemi consults and advises on digital health innovation and strategy development at HEALTHTRONICS Ltd. He comes with 10+ years’ immersion in digital health innovation and research. He has a PhD on eHealth innovation & policy.
Inventor and co-director of Vitamins, a London based interdisciplinary design agency. My personal background is in Electronics, Design and Magic.
Exec Director of AURIL (Association for University Research and Industry Links). Also Director of the West of Scotland KTP Centre Previous roles with Scottish Enterprise and Freescale/Motorola
Establishing a crowd-funding platform with a unique feature set, design to step-change how inventors and innovators can raise funds for their projects.
alec robertson ma(rca) frsa
Design Futures Philosopher
See Linked In http://uk.linkedin.com/in/4ddynamics
I am responsible for building relationships across academia, practice, government and the various funding bodies in the field of architectural research. Projects include: the RIBA Plan of Work 2013, the RIBA Design for Ageing programme and Uniclass
Cambridge Industrial Design Ltd
Industrial designer involved in a wide range of projects from cat flaps to lab robots. Also help run IDCambs - a special interest group for product development in Cambridgeshire.
IN2 search interfaces development
You can get all the more important post I do here: http://mymeedia.com/stages/astan At IN2 (http://www..in-two.com) we make photos, videos, documents and audio files enjoyable and engaging on the web.
My role at University of the Arts London is to help facilitate collaboration between our academic members of staff and external organisations working in the public, private and third sectors, as well as with other academic research institutions.