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Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Dr Andrew Greasley
Lecturer
Simulation Modelling PhD in Simulation Modelling 20 years of consultancy in public and private sectors 2 books published.

Birmingham
United Kingdom

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Prof David Green
Director
GIS, digital mapping, cartography, remote sensing, Internet, Mobile GIS, precision viticulture, geography of wine, coastal zone management, ICZM, Marine Spatial Planning (MSP)

Aberdeen
United Kingdom

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Dr David Greenhalgh
Reader in Mathematics and Statistics
I specialise in mathematics and statistics

Glasgow
United Kingdom

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Dr James Griffin
Lecturer
Dr James GH Griffin's main area of research relates to the impact of Intellectual Property Laws upon digital technology. He has published articles on the role of authors in the digital environment, such as The evolution of authorship under technology: implications for copyright law in the IPQ and Copyright in Music in Legal Studies. He has had a number of articles feature within the SSRN top 10 for micro economics. Current research interests (as of 2012) include copyright and rationality, memes and copyright, communicative theory and copyright, art and the law, and interdisciplinary research into creativity. He is currently carrying out funded research into copyright reform for BILETA, and into the role of the Digital Copyright Exchange for the SLS. Dr Griffin is a member of the BILETA executive, and a co-director of SCuLE, an interdisciplinary research group looking at the inter-relationship of science, culture and the law - details available at http://socialsciences.exeter.ac.uk/law/research/scule (last accessed on 2nd April 2012).

Exeter
United Kingdom

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Rachel Griffith
Professor
Rachel Griffith is a Professor at the University of Manchester and a Deputy Research Director at the IFS. Her research considers the relationship between government policy and economic performance. Her specific interests relate to the food industry and nutrition, competition, innovation and productivity.

Manchester
United Kingdom

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Dr Andreas Grothey
Senior Lecturer
Senior Lecturer in Operations Research. Research Interests are Optimization under Uncertainty, High Perfmance Computing, Interior Point Methods and Decomposition.

Edinburgh
United Kingdom

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