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Jeff was previously head of BT Exact's Strategic University Research & Collaboration programme, directing programmes of work with some of the world's top academic institutions and collaborating with some of the best technology and business minds in academia. He has over 30 years industrial experience in telecommunications and currently his principal fields of interest are innovative multi-disciplinary teams, HCI, software agents and the Semantic web. He is a Fellow of the RSA, a Director of Young Engineers for Britain and a contributor to the Cambridge-MIT Institute.
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Jeff was previously head of BT's Strategic University Research & Collaboration programme, directing programmes of work with some of the world's top academic institutions and collaborating with some of the best technology and business minds in academia. He has over 30 years industrial experience in information and communication technologies and currently his principal fields of interest are the management of innovative multi-disciplinary teams, knowledge sharing and open innovation. He is a Fellow of the RSA, and has previously been a Director of Young Engineers for Britain and a contributor to the [[Cambridge-MIT Institute]]. Following his retirement from BT in 2011 he has maintained his links with the University through membership of Pembroke College and he works closely with the [[Engineering Design Centre]] in the [[Department of Engineering]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 06:47, 13 October 2011

Jeff was previously head of BT's Strategic University Research & Collaboration programme, directing programmes of work with some of the world's top academic institutions and collaborating with some of the best technology and business minds in academia. He has over 30 years industrial experience in information and communication technologies and currently his principal fields of interest are the management of innovative multi-disciplinary teams, knowledge sharing and open innovation. He is a Fellow of the RSA, and has previously been a Director of Young Engineers for Britain and a contributor to the Cambridge-MIT Institute. Following his retirement from BT in 2011 he has maintained his links with the University through membership of Pembroke College and he works closely with the Engineering Design Centre in the Department of Engineering.