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Browse Academic Expert Directory

Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Prof Eric Kaufmann
Professor
Eric Kaufmann is Professor of Politics at Birkbeck College, University of London. He is the author of Shall the Religious Inherit the Earth (Profile 2010), The Rise and Fall of Anglo-America (Harvard 2004) and three other books, and co-editor of Political Demography (Oxford 2012). He has written on religion and demography for Newsweek International, Foreign Policy and Prospect magazines. He may be found on the web at www.sneps.net and on twitter at epkaufm.

London
United Kingdom

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Dr Robert Keatch
Head of Division
Head of Division, Mechanical Engineering Director of Bioengineering Centre

Dundee
United Kingdom

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Prof Greg Keeffe
Professor of Sustainable Architecture + Urbanism
Greg Keeffe is an academic and designer with 25 years experience in sustainability, energy use and its impact on the design of built form and urban space. He is Professor of Sustainable Architecture and Director of Research at Queens University School of Architecture, Belfast. Previously he held the Downing Chair of Sustainable Architecture and was Head of School at the Leeds School of Architecture. He has extensive experience of working closely with architects and planners to develop exciting ways of reinvigorating the city through the application of innovative sustainable technologies, informing his work on the sustainable city as synergistic super-organism. He is author of the books Means Means Means and Urban Evolutionary Morphology; which develop a model of a new city that is a cyborg created out of mutually compatible functional elements. As a designer, Greg is a five-time RIBA Architectural Competition-winner, including schemes for Whitfield, Nelson with MacCreanor Lavington and Salford Vision 2020 with Kees Christiaanse and Partners. He has worked on projects the world over. His scheme, Bio-port envisioned a carbon-neutral future for Liverpool and was exhibited in Copenhagen during the 2009 Climate Summit. In 2013 Greg received the Green Genius award for his food-producing façade with Building Design Partnership, and is co-director of the Biospheric Project – an urban food system designed as part of the Manchester International Festival 2013. His work of climate-proof housing, ‘the IDEAHaus’ received paper of the conference award at Passive and Low Energy Architecture 13 in Munich, and he has just been awarded an EU ‘Smart Cities’ Grant [CityZEN] to develop a blueprint for Zero Energy Neighbourhoods in conjunction with TU Delft and Amsterdam and Grenoble City Councils. Greg is visiting professor at TU Delft in Holland, ORT Montevideo Uruguay, and is currently Strauch Visiting Professor in Sustainable Architecture at Cornell University in the US.

Belfast
United Kingdom

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Mr James Kennell
Senior Lecturer
James Kennell is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Marketing, Events and Tourism at The University of Greenwich's Business School, where he also Director of the Economic Development Resource Centre. He has published research that explores the links between tourism and economic development, tourism and regeneration, the economic impact of events and tourism and on cultural regeneration. He has knowledge and experience of urban regeneration, economic development and the tourism, events and cultural sectors.

London
United Kingdom

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Dr James Ker-Lindsay
Senior Research Fellow
James Ker-Lindsay is Eurobank Senior Research Fellow on the Politics of South East Europe at the LSE. His focus is on conflict and security in the Western Balkans (in particular Serbia and Kosovo) and the Eastern Mediterranean (Cyprus, Greece and Turkey). He has a strong background in consulting and advising. In addition to having been head of research at a political consulting firm in Greece, he has also served as an advisor to a number of governments and international organisations, including the Council of Europe and the United Nations. He is also a regular media commentator and covered Cyprus politics for 5 years for the Economist Intelligence Unit.

London
United Kingdom

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Dr Anja Kern
Research Associate
Researcher in Management Accounting, Cost systems, cost systems in Healthcare

London
United Kingdom

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