Dr. Simon Cotton

Queen’s University Belfast
simon.cotton@qub.ac.uk

<p style="text-align: justify">Dr.  Simon Cotton holds a highly prestigious EPSRC/RAEng Research Fellowship and is a Lecturer in Wireless Communications at the ECIT Institute (QUB). He is an internationally recognised expert in the fields of body centric and mobile communications. Dr Cotton has authored over 50 publications in major IEEE/IET journals and refereed international conferences, two book chapters and two patents. He has been part of the organising and technical programme committee for high ranking  conferences</p>

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Dr. Simon Cotton

Dr. Simon Cotton

Queen’s University Belfast

Prof. William G. Scanlon

Queen’s University Belfast
w.scanlon@qub.ac.uk

Prof. William G. Scanlon is Director of Research for Digital Communications and Chair of Wireless Communications at QUB and he also holds a part-time Chair in Short Range Radio at the University of Twente, Netherlands. Prof. Scanlon is an international expert on short range radio technologies, and his research interests include personal communications, wearable antennas, RF and microwave propagation, wireless networking and protocols and wireless networked control systems.

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Prof. William G. Scanlon

Prof. William G. Scanlon

Queen’s University Belfast

Dr. Stuart M. Allen

Cardiff University
AllenSM@cardiff.ac.uk

Dr. Stuart M. Allen is a Reader within the Cardiff School of Computer Science and Informatics at Cardiff University and has published over 70 articles in journals and conference proceedings. He has addressed a wide range of formal and long-standing optimisation problems in wireless systems, developing and using innovative artificial intelligence, evolutionary and optimisation techniques. Dr Allen has participated in EU FP5, FP6 and FP7 projects (EMBRACE, BROADWAN, SOCIALNETS and RECOGNITION).

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Dr. Stuart M. Allen

Dr. Stuart M. Allen

Cardiff University

Prof. Roger M. Whitaker

Cardiff University
whitakerrm@cardiff.ac.uk

Prof. Roger M. Whitaker is Chair of Social and Mobile Computing and Dean of Research for the College of Physical Sciences and Engineering at Cardiff University. He has published more than 90 refereed scientific articles and has been ranked as a 10-top most downloaded author. He acts as an editor for Telecommunication Systems, Wireless Networks and Social Network Analysis and Mining. Prof. Whitaker was a co- recipient of a Cardiff University Innovation Award for software to intelligently design wireless networks using evolutionary techniques.

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Prof. Roger M. Whitaker

Prof. Roger M. Whitaker

Cardiff University