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Browse Academic Expert Directory

Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Prof Michael Roe
Professor of Maritime Policy
40 years experience in maritime policy and governance at all jurisdictional levels - international, supranational, national and local, across all continents.

Plymouth
United Kingdom

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Dr Etienne Roesch
Lecturer
I am a Lecturer in Systems Engineering and Neuroscience, at the Univ. of Reading. My research interests include general brain functioning, joint EEG-fMRI and mathematical modelling of neural tissue, which I implement on general purpose graphic processing units (GPU).

Reading
United Kingdom

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Prof Chris Rogers
Professor of Statistical Science
I'm Professor of Statistical Science in the Statistical Laboratory. I have been working in academic finance for more than twenty years, and have many publications in derivative pricing, risk management, portfolio selection, asset modelling.

Cambridge
United Kingdom

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Ms Beth Rogers
Head of Marketing, Sales and Hospitality Subject Group
I am a specialist in the field of sales management, as a tutor, as a course leader and as a researcher. After a career in business development in the IT industry and some years as a consultant at the Cranfield Makreting Planning Centre, I joined Portsmouth Business School to run the MA in Sales Management. I introduced sales options for undergraduates, and have taught on executive education programmes. I have published on a variety of sales-related topics, especially key account management.

Portsmouth
United Kingdom

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Dr Brooke Rogers
Senior Lecturer in Risk and Terror
Dr. Brooke Rogers is a Senior Lecturer in Risk and Terror in the Department of War Studies, and a co-Director of the MA in Terrorism, Security and Society at King’s College London. Dr. Rogers is a social psychologist by training. Her current terrorism research follows two key themes: 1) Responding to Terrorism; and 2) Violent radicalisation. The majority of her projects include collaborative, cross-disciplinary, national and international projects investigating public and practitioners responses to chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear (CBRN) terrorist incidents (i.e. Home Office, PIRATE, CIE Toolkit, PRACTICE). She is also involved in two multi-institution EPSRC/ESRC funded projects, Safer Spaces and Resilient Futures. Safer Spaces investigates the public acceptability of counter terror technologies, communication and activities in public spaces. The Resilient Futures project focuses on critical national infrastructure (CNI) and progress our understanding of the interplay between the built, natural and social environments in shaping next generation resilience. Other research interests include the role of resilience in responding to large-impact, extreme events and the role of identity religious fundamentalism in home-grown terrorism. Dr. Rogers holds honorary associations with a number of organisations including the Health Protection Agency (HPA), the US based Global Futures Partnership and its Global Futures Forum, the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), and has membership on a Home Office steering group, the Community Resilience Programme Steering Group for the Cabinet Office (CCS) and the Royal Society Advisory Committee on Scientific Aspects of International Security (SAIS). Dr. Rogers has been involved in teaching and training for the Home Office, MOD, Metropolitan Police, Police National CBRN Centre and others. She lectures on NATO courses in five countries, and has held advisory positions with a number of government organisations on a national and international level. She also enjoys membership on the editorial board for the journal, Mental Health, Religion and Culture.

London
United Kingdom

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Dr Andrew Rogers-Whalley
Lecturer (Teaching focussed)
Andrew is the module coordinator for the MN2061 Marketing Management and MN3035 Marketing Research undergraduate modules, and a dissertation supervisor on postgraduate programmes at Royal Holloway. His free book written for marketing management students can be downloaded from BookBooN.com here: Strategic Marketing. Andrew joined RHUL in July 2008 after a year as a visiting lecturer. Prior to this Andrew taught at a number of universities, commercial training business and private universities in the UK, covering a number of marketing and business strategy topics. Before moving into higher education, Andrew ran a successful consultancy and then an interim management practice, after several director level commercial roles in marketing and sales. Andrew helped found the Institute of Interim Management, and is a Fellow of the CIM, MRS, IIM & ISMM, as well as a Freeman of the City of London and a Liveryman in the Worshipful Company of Marketors. Andrew has also served as an advisor to the UK Sales & Marketing Standards body. Andrew is also an ex-international American football coach, a qualified sports therapist and sports scientist, as well as a qualified coach in several sports.

Egham
United Kingdom

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