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==Within Cambridge University==
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Note that a complete list of participants in network projects and activities can be found on the page [[:Category:People]]
  
* Anthropology: Marilyn Strathern, Lee Wilson, David Leitner and Samuelle Carlson
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==Key members within Cambridge University==
* Architecture: Francois Penz, Sebastian Macmillan
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* Astronomy: Barry Phipps (Astronomy/Kettle's Yard)
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* Anthropology: [[Marilyn Strathern]], [[Lee Wilson]], [[David Leitner]] and [[Samuelle Carlson]]
* Centre for Research in Arts, Social Science and Humanities: Mary Jacobus and Catherine Hurley
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* Architecture: [[François Penz]], [[Sebastian Macmillan]]
* Computer Laboratory: Neil Dodgson and Peter Robinson
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* Astronomy: [[Barry Phipps]] (Astronomy/Kettle's Yard)
* Institute for Manufacturin: Rob Phaal, James Moultrie, Alex Driver
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* Centre for Research in Arts, Social Science and Humanities: [[Mary Jacobus]] and [[Catherine Hurley]]
* Education: Kenneth Ruthven, Bill Nicholl and Paul Andrews
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* Computer Laboratory: [[Cecilia Mascolo]], [[Neil Dodgson]] and [[Peter Robinson]]
* Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technology: John Norman, Anne-Sophie Baets,  
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* Institute for Manufacturin: [[Rob Phaal]], [[James Moultrie]], [[Alex Driver]]
* Engineering: Jim Woodhouse, Hugh Shercliff, Tom Drummond and Simon Godsill
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* Education: [[Kenneth Ruthven]] and [[Bill Nicholl]]
* Engineering Design Centre: John Clarkson, Claudia Eckert, [[Cecily Morrison]]  
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* Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technology: [[John Norman]], [[Anne-Sophie Baets]],  
* English: Adrian Poole
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* Engineering: [[Jim Woodhouse]], [[Hugh Shercliff]], [[Tom Drummond]] and [[Simon Godsill]]
* Experimental Psychology: Rosaleen McCarthy and Brian Moore
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* Engineering Design Centre: [[John Clarkson]], [[Claudia Eckert]], [[Cecily Morrison]]  
* Fitzwilliam Museum: Margaret Greeves and David Scruton
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* English: [[Adrian Poole]]
* History and Philosophy of Science: Martin Kusch
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* Experimental Psychology: [[Rosaleen McCarthy]] and [[Brian Moore]]
* Judge Business School: [[Matthew Jones]], Mark de Rond, Jochen Runde and Allegre Hadida
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* Fitzwilliam Museum: [[Margaret Greeves]] and [[David Scruton]]
* Kettles Yard Gallery: Michael Harrison, [[Barry Phipps]]
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* History and Philosophy of Science: [[Martin Kusch]]
* Land Economy: Peter Tyler, Doug Crawford-Brown
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* Judge Business School: [[Matthew Jones]], [[Mark de Rond]], [[Jochen Runde]] and [[Allegre Hadida]]
* Language Centre: Anny King
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* Kettles Yard Gallery: [[Michael Harrison]], [[Barry Phipps]]
* Law: Lionel Bently
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* Land Economy: [[Peter Tyler]], [[Doug Crawford-Brown]]
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* Law: [[Lionel Bently]]
 
* Modern and Medieval Languages: [[Mel Leggatt]]
 
* Modern and Medieval Languages: [[Mel Leggatt]]
* Philosophy: Alex Oliver
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* Philosophy: [[Alex Oliver]]
 
* Physics: [[David MacKay]], [[Eugene Terentjev]]
 
* Physics: [[David MacKay]], [[Eugene Terentjev]]
 
* Politics and International Studies: [[Sharath Srinivasan]]
 
* Politics and International Studies: [[Sharath Srinivasan]]
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* Sociology: [[Brendan Burchell]]
 
* Sociology: [[Brendan Burchell]]
 
* Music: [[Ian Cross]], [[Nicholas Cook]], [[John Rink]]
 
* Music: [[Ian Cross]], [[Nicholas Cook]], [[John Rink]]
* Physics: [[David Mackay]]
 
 
* Zoology: [[Simon Laughlin]]
 
* Zoology: [[Simon Laughlin]]
  
Crucible network members in the Cambridge area who are based outside the University include [[John Knell]] (Intelligence Agency), [[Charles Boulton]] (A D Little), Breton Saunders (Mynah Software), Phil Barnard (MRC Cognition and Brain Science Unit), [[Rachel Jones]] (Instrata), [[Richard Hoadley]] and [[Julio D'Escrivan]] (Anglia Ruskin University), [[Quentin Stafford-Fraser]] (Newnham Research), Paul Crank and Krystyna Wojcik (Catalyst Design), [[Dominic Vergine]] (ARM) and [[Alan Jackson]] (Aptivate)
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Crucible network members in the Cambridge area who are based outside the University include [[John Knell]] (Intelligence Agency), [[Charles Boulton]] (A D Little), [[Brett Saunders]] (Mynah Software), [[Phil Barnard]] (MRC Cognition and Brain Science Unit), [[Rachel Jones]] ([[Instrata]]), [[Richard Hoadley]] and [[Julio d'Escriván]] ([[Anglia Ruskin University]]), [[Quentin Stafford-Fraser]] (Newnham Research), [[Paul Crank]] and [[Krystyna Wojcik]] ([[Catalyst Design]]), [[Dominic Vergine]] (ARM) and [[Alan Jackson]] ([[Aptivate]])
  
 
===Network members who have left Cambridge recently===
 
===Network members who have left Cambridge recently===
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* [[Andrew Lovett]] (composer, performer, and past organiser of the [[Cambridge Digital Arts Festival]]).
 
* [[Andrew Lovett]] (composer, performer, and past organiser of the [[Cambridge Digital Arts Festival]]).
 
* [[Dawn Giles]] (Arts Council England)
 
* [[Dawn Giles]] (Arts Council England)
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* [[Chris Nash]] (University of the West of England)
  
==Affiliated Researchers==
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==[[Affiliated Researchers]]==
  
 
Crucible has also established collaborative relationships with a number of Affiliated Researchers at other Universities and research organisations. These include graduates and previous members of the Network in Cambridge, as well as senior researchers with multidisciplinary backgrounds in design who have advised and collaborated with Crucible in the past.
 
Crucible has also established collaborative relationships with a number of Affiliated Researchers at other Universities and research organisations. These include graduates and previous members of the Network in Cambridge, as well as senior researchers with multidisciplinary backgrounds in design who have advised and collaborated with Crucible in the past.
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[[Christopher Newfield]]
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[[Carl Gombrich]]
  
 
[[Jussi Parikka]]
 
[[Jussi Parikka]]
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[[Amrit Srinivasan]]
 
[[Amrit Srinivasan]]
  
[[Martin Eppler]] is a professor of information and communication management at the University of St. Gallen (HSG), faculty of management sciences. He teaches knowledge visualization at different universities in Switzerland, Austria, Finland and China and conducts research on the role of visualization for knowledge-intensive collaboration and communication, particularly between experts and decision makers. (www.knowledge-communication.org).
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[[Martin Eppler]]
  
 
[[Gerhard Fischer]]
 
[[Gerhard Fischer]]

Latest revision as of 08:27, 12 October 2013

Note that a complete list of participants in network projects and activities can be found on the page Category:People

Key members within Cambridge University

Crucible network members in the Cambridge area who are based outside the University include John Knell (Intelligence Agency), Charles Boulton (A D Little), Brett Saunders (Mynah Software), Phil Barnard (MRC Cognition and Brain Science Unit), Rachel Jones (Instrata), Richard Hoadley and Julio d'Escriván (Anglia Ruskin University), Quentin Stafford-Fraser (Newnham Research), Paul Crank and Krystyna Wojcik (Catalyst Design), Dominic Vergine (ARM) and Alan Jackson (Aptivate)

Network members who have left Cambridge recently

Affiliated Researchers

Crucible has also established collaborative relationships with a number of Affiliated Researchers at other Universities and research organisations. These include graduates and previous members of the Network in Cambridge, as well as senior researchers with multidisciplinary backgrounds in design who have advised and collaborated with Crucible in the past.

Christopher Newfield

Carl Gombrich

Jussi Parikka

Tom Ling

Dave Gray

William Box

Matthew Taylor

Bruce Gernand

Jofish Kaye

Brock Craft

Alejandro Viñao

Bronac Ferran

Tim Regan

Giles Lane

Lizzie Muller

James Leach

Amrit Srinivasan

Martin Eppler

Gerhard Fischer

Simon Biggs

Mark Gross

Andrew Barry

Scott deLahunta

Chris Roast

Jeff Patmore

Matthew Postgate

Arlene Oak

Kerry Rodden

Dawn Nafus

Ken Wood

Bill Thompson

Sally Fincher

Gary Marsden

Martyn Dade-Robertson

Bob Bloomfield