Expert Review Board

Alex Singleton

Jeni Tennison


Jeremy Morley

Chief Geospatial Scientist at OS

Jeremy Morley is Chief Geospatial Scientist at Ordnance Survey where he leads the Research team who carry out research and standards development. He has worked in geospatial research since the mid-90s, first at University College London before moving to the University of Nottingham in 2009 as Geospatial Science Theme Leader in the Nottingham Geospatial Institute. His academic career spanned a range of geospatial information topics from radar mapping of ice and terrain, through crowd-sourcing and citizen science to applications of geospatial science in fields from the digital economy to planetary mapping.

Nathan Cunningham

Director of Research and Infrastructure at the University of Sheffield

Nathan Cunningham is an IT Director and part of the Corporate Information and Computing Services Executive Team at the University of Sheffield. Nathan leads the IT Infrastructure and Research IT Portfolios, including Information Security Management, Cyber Security and Digital Transformation for researchers.

Prof. David Wallom

Associate Director of Innovation at e-Research Centre

Prof. Gordon Blair

Prof. Mike Payne

Chair of Computational Physics in the University of Cambridge

Professor Mike Payne holds the Chair of Computational Physics in the University of Cambridge. He works on quantum mechanical total energy calculations, is the author of the CASTEP code and has been involved in the development of the linear scaling code ONETEP and the Learn-On-The-Fly hybrid modelling scheme.

Prof. Paul Watson

Professor of Computer Science and Director of the Digital Institute at Newcastle University

Paul Watson is Professor of Computer Science and Director of the Digital Institute at Newcastle University. He is a Fellow of the Alan Turing Institute, PI of the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Cloud Computing for Big Data, sits on the board of Dynamo North East and a member of the Department for Transport Science Advisory Council.

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