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Browse Academic Expert Directory

Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Mr Marco Gundermann
Senior Lecturer
I am a senior lecturer in economics and finance, programme director and field group chair.

Cardiff
United Kingdom

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Dr Hatice Gunes
Lecturer
Hatice Gunes is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at the School of Electronic Engineering & Computer Science, Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). Prior to that she was a postdoctoral researcher at Imperial College London, and an honorary associate of University of Technology, Sydney (UTS). Her multidisciplinary research interests lie in the areas of affective computing, visual information processing, and machine learning focusing on emotional data acquisition and annotation, human nonverbal behaviour representation, automatic affective behaviour analysis and prediction, multicue and multimodal emotion recognition, data fusion, and human-computer and human-virtual agent interaction. She has authored numerous papers in these areas and have served as an organiser of several workshops including HBU 2013, EmoSPACE 2013 , AC4MobHCI 2012 , EmoSPACE 2011, as an Area Chair for ACII'13, ACM ICMI'13 and IEEE ICME'13, as a Special Issue Guest Editor for International Journal of Synthetic Emotions and Image and Vision Computing, as a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for the Affective Computing and Interaction Book (IGI Global, 2011), and as a reviewer for numerous journals and conferences in these fields. From 2004 to 2007, she was a recipient of the Australian Government International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS) awarded to top quality international postgraduate students, and the UTS Faculty of IT Research Training Stipend awarded to outstanding Ph.D. candidates at UTS. She has also received a number of other awards for Outstanding Paper (IEEE FG 2011 ), Quality Reviewer (IEEE ICME 2011), Best Demo (IEEE ACII 2009), and Best Student Paper (VisHCI 2006). She is currently involved in several projects funded by the EPSRC and the British Council.

London
United Kingdom

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Dr Weisi Guo
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor at the University of Warwick, specializing in wireless communications, smart living/city, and signal processing.

Coventry
United Kingdom

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Dr Zeynep Gurguc
Research Associate
Dr. Zeynep Gurguc is a research associate in the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Group. Her main research interests are experimental and behavioral economics, applied microeconomics, and game theory. Before joining the college, Zeynep worked as a lecturer at Universidad Carlos III after completing her PhD. in Economics at Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Her PhD. thesis includes studies on mechanisms for increasing efficient coordination and analyzing conflict. She worked as a consultant at the World Bank after receiving an MA in International Relations from Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelor degree in Economics from Bogazici University.

London
United Kingdom

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Prof Christopher Guy
Professor of Electronic Engineering
Professor of Electronic Engineering with particular expertise in computer networking, especially wireless networks.

Reading
United Kingdom

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Dr Stanley Gyoshev
Assistant Professor
Dr Stanley Gyoshev joined the Xfi Centre for Finance and Investment at the University of Exeter Business School in September 2006. He finished his PhD in financial modeling at the Drexel University‘s LeBow College of Business in 2001. Before coming to the University of Exeter, Stanley was an assistant professor at the Mason School of Business at The College of William and Mary, at Drexel University‘s LeBow College of Business, and at Bentley Collage. He taught Derivatives and Risk Management, Corporate Finance and Budgeting, Security Valuation and Investments as well as Entrepreneurial Finance and Venture Capital classes to MBA, MS and BS students. Stanley is the University of Exeter Business School expert on the travel industry. He is responsible for supervising all students specialisng in the financial analysis of the travel industry. He has been invited to participate in the joint DG TREN & DG Consumer Affairs work group, preparing the legislation for online travel agencies (OTA) and the online behavior of airlines. Stanley has pro-bono helped secure approval of DG TREN for one of the biggest travel infrastructure projects in Bulgaria. He has co-authored Bounded flexibility search and interface for travel reservations, which is pending US patent 20050043974, together with Assen Vassilev from Harvard Business School. Stanley also serves as a member of the advisory board two companies – one in internet travel and the second in fraud prevention. Stanley is a member of the Institute of Directors (IoD). He also serves as European Commission Expert for FP7. Since 1995, Stanley has researched, lectured and consulted internationally in the two related areas of new technology-based firms and the international development of the formal and informal venture capital industry. After moving to the Xfi Centre, because of his research in law and finance especially in minority shareholder rights, combined with his practical and policy experience in entrepreneurial finance and venture capital, Stanley has been invited to serve as a member of the European Commission work group on Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital (EXPRESS, formerly NORFACE). He has actively participated in the yearly seminars in Helsinki, Berlin, Amsterdam and Stockholm as well as in the ongoing policy and research discussions. The seminars, which are co-funded by the European Investment Fund, involve some 60 senior government policy makers from the European Commission, European Investment Fund and deputy minister level from member states as well as internationally known academics, focusing on the public role in the genesis and growth of high potential young (knowledge-based) firms in the European Union. EXPRESS was run with the joint support of the governments of UK, Finland, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden. This international seminar series involves some 15 countries as well as international agencies, and brings senior policy makers and research academics together to exchange contemporary research and programme experience in entrepreneurship policy. Seminars have received financial support from participating governments, the ESRC, Norface European Research Council and the European Investment Fund. Before becoming an academic, Stanley worked as a Financial Policy Analyst at the research department of the Advanta Bank, which managed the third biggest credit card portfolio of over $35 billion. He participated in developing, refining and implementing quantitative strategies for credit scoring, fraud prevention, customer retention and profit realisation through second degree of price discrimination. Stanley is currently making a difference to his students by creating the ‘Dr. Stanley B. Gyoshev’ online alumni network, which helps his current and former students enhance their careers. They can use the network to help them find jobs, do business development with each other and hire bright new students of his for their business. The students know they are very welcome to use him as a resource.

Exeter
United Kingdom

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