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John Traxler

Conference Chair

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Phone: +44 (0)1902 518591

 

Responsibilities:  Academic and Scientific Programme

John Traxler - Chair
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Brendan Riordan

Programme Chair

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Phone: +44 (0)1902 321487

 

Responsibilities: General Logistics, Finance, Web Site

Brendan Riordan - Vice Chair
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Chris Dennett

Conference Technical Chair

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Phone: +44 (0)1902 518534

 

Responsibilities: Technology used at Conference

Chris Dennett - Technical Chair
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Abi Redmond

Conference Co-ordinator

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Phone: +44 (0)1902 322362

 

Responsibilities: First point of contact for all enquiries, Social Programme, General Logistics, and general coordination of the conference.

 
Abi Redmond - Conference Co-ordinator
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Sam Gazzillo

Marketing Officer (School of Computing)

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Phone: +44 (0)1902 321842

 

Responsibilities: Marketing

 
Sam Gazzillo - Marketing
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Matthew Green

Technical Guru

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Phone: +44 (0)1902 321845

 

Responsibilities: Technical Support and Advice

 
Matthew Green - Technical
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The symbols next to each team member are QR Tags - it is a matrix code, often called a two dimensional bar code.  It can be decoded very quickly and can contain a surprising amount of data (in excess of 4 000 alphanumeric characters).  We have used them to store our virtual business cards, for adding straight in to your contacts database.  This can be done directly by the Nokia N95 (it has the software built in), or by most mobile devices with a camera.  Software is available from a number of sites, such as http://qrcode.sourceforge.jp/

 
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