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Centre for Digital Music
The Centre for Digital Music is a world-leading multidisciplinary research group in the field of Music & Audio Technology. Since its founding members joined Queen Mary in 2001, the Centre has grown to become arguably the UK’s leading Digital Music research group
Dave Birss is a former Creative Director. He now runs Additive, a training company set up to inspire and educate the industry. He also hosts the Future of Advertising podcast.
Lean Mean Fighting Machine
Dave Cox is Technical Partner at Lean Mean fighting Machine, a London based digital advertising agency. His past includes Cognitive Science, music and software development. He currently works across varied disciplines and aims to promote the creative use of technology within his company.
Head of UX, Fluent Interaction
Dave heads up the research side of Fluent Interaction, a UX design agency in central London. Dave did his PhD in Human Computer Interaction, sponsored by NCR, at the University of Glasgow before moving to work within the HCI team at the University of York. For the last 6 years Dave has gets involved in all types of user research for Fluent, working with clients in both the public and private sector. He is continually attempting to understand how best to gather insights that are both reliable and valid in a way that is practical and pragmatic for real world organisations.
G.Hack is a collective of female researchers within the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science at Queen Mary
G.Hack is a collective of female researchers within the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science at Queen Mary, University of London. The group is focused on sharing knowledge and developing interactive media projects.
Senior Creative Industries Sector Manage and Digital Economy Portfolio Manager for EPSRC
Dr Hannah Collins will present the Digital Economy Programme and explain the opportunities it offers for driving innovation in the UK.
Founder, The Meme Partnership
Jo Kotas and Alex Stevens are founders of The Meme Partnership, a socially focussed creative enterprise merging public art with contemporary campaign initiative. Jo has been managing director of Bunch, an associate lecturer at the University of the Arts and a BBC motion designer/director. The Meme Partnership is responsible for Smile for London, whose mission is to bring the talent, creativity and culture of London to the digital screens on the underground.
CEO of Capital Enterprise
John Spindler CEO of Capital Enterprise. John has had over 15 years’ experience as an entrepreneur and business advisor/consultant and as well as being responsible for the day to day management of Capital Enterprise is also a director and co-owner of audio designer and manufacturer Ferguson Hill.
Mark Levy works at Last.fm where he leads the team responsible for recommendation and radio playlisting
Mark Levy works at Last.fm where he leads the team responsible for recommendation and radio playlisting. He was previously a researcher at the Centre for Digital Music, Queen Mary, University of London, and continues to work closely with the research community.
Multimedia Producer, Wellcome Collection
Martha Henson is a Multimedia Producer at the Wellcome Trust where she makes films and produces games and interactives. Before joining the Trust she worked for several years as a freelance filmmaker on educational and corporate productions before moving into work on more interactive online projects. These have included the award-winning Spooks Interactive 10 week long game for the BBC and Kudos Productions and online comedy short films for Moving Wallpaper on ITV. She blogs at marthasadie.wordpr
Media and Arts Technology PhD Doctoral Training Centre
The unique 4 year Ph.D. programme and 1 year Masters by Research are built around core courses in advanced research methods, interaction design and digital media processing, production and recording techniques and optional specialist modules ranging from Digital Audio Effects through Digital Rights Management to Contemporary Performance.
Matthew Clark is founding partner and Creative Director of United Visual Artists (UVA).
Established in 2003, United Visual Artists are an art and design practice based in London. UVA produce work at the intersection of sculpture, architecture, live performance, moving image and digital installation.
Research Fellow at UCL
Patrick Weber is a postdoctoral researcher at UCL interested in the discovery, understanding and visualisation of location variables characterising London's diverse business neighbourhoods and influencing their success. His recent work focuses on developing improved data, tools and visualisations of technology, digital and creative (startup) companies across London, through the combination of novel crowdsourced and social-media geodata (Crunchbase, Twitter), as well as more traditional government data
Proactive Paul is a former secondary school teacher of ICT and is now a speaker, an accountant and the author of "The Paperless Expert". As the owner of Proactive, Paul has learnt that being paperless makes things easier, quicker and cheaper!
qMedia is a new Queen Mary research initiative
qMedia is a new Queen Mary research initiative, bringing under a single umbrella
the Centre for Digital Music - c4dm
the Interaction Media and Communication group - IMC
the Multimedia and Vision Reseach group - MMV
the Doctoral Training Centre in Media and Arts Technology DTC
researchers in Social and Pervasive Computing
Senior lecturer, City University London
Sara is a senior lecturer in the Centre for Human-Computer Interaction at City University London, and course director for the Masters in Innovation, Creativity and Leadership run by the Interdisciplinary Centre for Creativity in Professional Practice at City. She is engaged in research and teaching about creativity in design for interactive systems, and is particularly interested in the use of new technologies to support creative thinking.
Founder, Action for Innovation
Stephen is passionate about creativity and innovation. He is founder of Action for Innovation which helps organisations define opportunities, solve challenges, deliver innovation and adapt to change.
Stephen has extensive experience of building creative climates, managing innovation and leading change. He has led initiatives that have generated novel solutions to long-standing industry problems in science, technology, IT and automation.
A life sciences PhD, he has 20 years experience in small biotechs, large pharmaceutical companies and the civil service, in the UK, Europe and the USA.
Stephen is studying the Masters in Innovation, Creativity and Leadership at City University London.
co-founder at Chatterbox Analytics
Stuart, co-founder at Chatterbox Analytics, holds a PhD in Human Interaction and has a background in Computer Science. He has been analysing conversation data and working with the social web for the past 5 years.
Chatterbox are developing a conversation platform which enables brands and corporations to identify and engage with their community of consumers in online interactive media such as Twitter and Facebook. Powered by recent research emerging from Queen Mary University of London, we enable corporations to find and support brand advocates and manage their brand reputation. We do this by applying high grade conversation analytics to large quantities of social data in order to extract the core users who drive brand conversation and opinion.
The Bartlett Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis
Dr. Patrick Weber: Research Fellow in GIS
Department of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering
CASA Research Associates