Tom Jackson  (BSc, PhD, FBCS) is a Professor of Information and Knowledge Management. He has over 16 years’ experience of research and industrial consultancy and secured over £20M of research funding. His research areas are Email, Social Media Communication; Information Retrieval; and Applied and Theory based Knowledge Management, including his Natural Language Processing Email Knowledge Extraction system (EKE) that has the world’s best f-ranking measure. In addition to this, his EMOTIVE project holds the world’s best f-measure for fine grained emotion detection. He is on a number of editorial boards for international journals and reviews for many more and has published more than 160 papers in peer reviewed journals and conferences. He is currently the Editor of the Journal – Knowledge Management Research & Practice.

He has given a number of invited keynote talks throughout the world. Funding sources for his research including EPSRC, Royal Society, EU H2020, Private (e.g. SAP), Public (e.g. Leicestershire Constabulary, The National Archives); KTPs and 3rd Sector (Amateur Swimming Association – predicting swimmer attendance) and won a number of prizes for his research, notable the research undertaken with Leicestershire Police and the implementation of Mobile Data Terminals in all Police Vehicles. He is currently working on the Robust Lifecycle Design and Health Monitoring for Fuel-Cell Extended Performance project; the Adaptive Informatics for Intelligent Manufacturing (AI2M) project; and the EU H2020 Toxi-Triage project.

In my spare time I’ve taken up playing the piano and I’m aiming for Grade 3 this year, or maybe next; and I’ve taken to sailing and after passing by RYA Day Skipper Theory I’m now moving on to my practical, which I just have one day to complete, but storms and viruses have got in the way!

ROLES

Nov 16 – Feb 18

 

 

 

 

 

June 16 – date

 

 

 

Sept 15 – Jan 20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mar 13 – Aug 17

 

Lead for Decision Sciences

The School of Business and Economics is a leader in research on Decision Sciences. We focus on the development and application of rigorous methodologies that can support both private and public sector decision makers and policy makers in understanding, evaluating and improving the performance and choices of firms, organisations and individuals. I have set-up a global Decision Sciences network which involves 5 other universities from around the world.

 

Member of EPSRC Peer Review Associate College

The College enables the scientific community to identify those who they feel are suitable to review their proposals, so giving general quality assurance of EPSRC’s peer review process.

Associate Dean Research – Loughborough University School of Business and Economics

The School of Business and Economics at Loughborough University is an established and ever-evolving international player in research and teaching across business, management, finance, information management and economics. My current role is to develop the research in the School of Business and Economics. (Acting ADR from Sept 2015 to May 2016)

Key areas of development I’m working on:
– Building a world-leading PhD programme
– Increasing the research capacity through improving research income
– Improving the quality of research outputs
– Building the global Decision Sciences Network
– Enhancing the research environment – aiding colleagues to fall back in love with research again!

Director of the Centre for Information Management, School of Business and Economics

I was the inaugural director of the Centre and my role was to put CIM on the world stage. This firstly involved embedding Information Science into our new home of the School of Business and Economics. With the emergence of big data, social media, cloud and mobile-based services presents massive challenges and opportunities for government, organisations and society. The effective management of these information and knowledge assets enables people to succeed. The main objective I set for the Centre was for it to undertake internationally recognised research for the benefit of the individual, organisations, government and society. Year on year we improved upon this through increased income and higher profile research outputs.

In particular, the aims set for CIM were:
• Evidence the significance and value of information
• Challenge thinking and practice around information management
• Improve performance through analysis, interpretation and judgment of information

To achieve these goals, CIM draws upon an outstanding network of researchers who have been successful in running major research projects funded by a variety of national and international agencies, including the AHRB, EPSRC ESRC, JISC, the European Union and the NHS. CIM is also working with many industrial partners including IBM, Jaguar Land Rover, Leicester County Council, Leicestershire Police, Microsoft, Rolls Royce and SAP.

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Aug 09 – Dec 14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Feb 06 – Apr 13

 

Professor of Information and Knowledge Management

Link to my inaugural lecture ‘The Connected Jungle and the Digital Tree’ – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZ9Q_klfGZU

Director of Research for the Department of Information Science / REF 2014 UoA Lead

The role involved leading the Information Science Department to a much improved research environment where colleagues felt engaged with research (through re-organising the research groups to make them more cohesive); Improve the capacity to secure research funding; support the development of the PhD programme; and improve the quality of research outputs.

My role was to also manage the REF2014 submission which saw significant improvements in all areas of assessment compared to RAE 2008 result – the REF2014 result was as follows:

Overall GPA 3.04

Outputs – 4* – 23.5%; 3* – 39.7%; 2* – 19%; 1* – 6%

Environment – 4* – 50%; 3* – 40%; 2* – 10%

Impact – 4* – 60%; 3* – 40%

Senior Lecturer – Information Science

Feb 06 to Oct 16

Lecturing: Information Retrieval for Knowledge Management; Information Retrieval;  Information Management and Semantic Technology; E-Business Management and Strategy; Knowledge, Data and Information in Organisations; Knowledge, Data and Information Systems; Information and Knowledge and Organisation and Retrieval

From Feb 06

Roles: Research Director (Sept 2009 to Dec 2010, Sept 2011 to Dec 2013), Marketing Coordinator (2007 to 2009), Director MSc IKM (2006 to 2008), Director MSc IMBT (2009 to 2011), Member of the Science Faculty Board (2006 to 2008), Member of the Transport Committee, Member of the Centre of Information Management working group (2012), REF UoA36 Champion (2012-2013)

 

Jan 02 – Feb 06

Lecturing: UML Requirements Analysis, Managing IT Systems

Jan 02 – Feb 06

Roles: Director of UG Computer Science and E-business Programme, Co-Programme Director for Information Management and Computing; Member of the Science Faculty Board; UG and PG project supervision

SELECTED RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

Publications (1999 to Jan 2018) 174 outputs: 1 Authored Book,  122 Refereed Conference Papers, 40 Refereed Journals, 3 Edited Works, 7 Other Publications,

  • Jackson, T.W. and Lockwood, S., (2018), “The Changing Face of Business Analytics”, Macmillan Publishers. 2018 (In-Press)
  • D. Gerrard, M. Sykora, T. Jackson., Social media analytics in museums: extracting expressions of inspiration Mus. Manag. Curatorsh., 32 (2017), pp. 232-250, 10.1080/09647775.2017.1302815
  • Parboteeah, P., Jackson, T. and Wilkinson, N., (2016), A Theoretically Grounded Model to Reduce the Risk of Knowledge Loss in Organisations: An Energy Company Evaluation. Knowledge and Process Management, 23(3), pp.171-183.
  • Jackson, T.W. and Farzaneh, P., (2012), “Theory-based Model of Factors affecting Information Overload”, International Journal of Information Management
  • Thomas W. Jackson and Sharman Lichtenstein, (2011), “Optimising e-mail communication: the impact of seminar- and computer-based training”, International Journal of Internet and Enterprise Management, Vol. 7, No.2  pp. 197 – 216, DOI: 10.1504/IJIEM.2011.039915
  • Jackson, T., Dawson, R. and Wilson, D., (2001), The cost of email interruption. Journal of Systems and Information Technology, 5(1), pp.81-92.

SELECTED ESTEEM FACTORS

Editor

  • Editor of the Journal of Knowledge Management Research and Practice (KMRP) June 2018 to date

        Associate Editor

  • Associate Editor for Information Resources Management Journal (IRMJ) 2005 to 2016
  • Associate Editor for International Journal of Cases on Electronic Commerce (IJCEC) 2004 to 2013

Editorial Boards

  • Member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of International Review on Computers and Software (IRECOS) 2016 to date
  • Member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of Knowledge and Process Management 2009 to date
  • Member of the International Editorial Review Board of the Software Quality Management Conference 2001 to date
  • Member of the International Editorial Review Board of the Empirical Assessment of Software Engineering Conference 2004 to 2009
  • Member of the International Editorial Review Board of the Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations (JECO) 2005 to date

External Committees

  • Member of the H2FC Supergen Science Board 2013 to date
  • National Knowledge Transfer Partnership Academic Champion 2011 to date
  • Member of the Program Committee for the European Conference on Knowledge Management (2011 to date)
  • Member of the Program Committee for Information Resources Management Association (IRMA) 2001 to 2008
  • EPSRC – Member of the Computer Science Panel 2005

Keynotes, Seminars and Media

  • 2018 – Keynote EMFD Madrid – “EMOTIVE and NSS & On-line Learning”
  • 2018 – BBC – Toxi-Motive interview with Frank Gardner – Radio 4
  • 2016 – Keynote Anglian Water “Email and Knowledge Management”
  • 2015 – Inaugural Lecture, Loughborough “The Connected Jungle and the Digital Tree”
  • 2015 – Invited Keynote The Annual Analytics Summit, OR Society, “EMOTIVE – Mapping the Mood of the Nation”
  • 2015 – Invited Speaker: Building Societies Annual Conference, “The Connected Jungle and the Digital Tree”
  • 2015 – Invited Keynote – SQM Conference, “The Connected Jungle And The Digital Tree”
  • 2014 – Invited Keynote UKAIS, Oxford – “Creating the IS Pipeline: From Theory to Applied to Impact”
  • 2014 – Presentation at Yorkshire Water: i3 Data Services – “EMOTIVE – Mapping the Mood of the Nation”
  • 2014 – East Midlands Police Consortium Launch – Presentation:  “EMOTIVE – Mapping the Mood of the Nation”
  • 2014 – Invited Speaker: CILIP, “IM: Making the UK Smarter”
  • 2013 – Prof Jackson provides interviews for newspapers on email stress (Daily Mail, Evening Standard, Metro, Daily Telegraph).
  • 2013 – Prof Jackson STV Scotland Tonight to discuss email stress – http://news.stv.tv/scotland/228120-do-emails-increase-your-stress-levels-and-affect-your-health/
  • 2013- Prof Jackson on BBC Radio Scotland to discuss email stress – http://youtu.be/bchU4hEpFQM 
  • 2013 – On the Expert panel for the London Assembly Budget and Performance Committee review of introducing new technology into the Met Police
  • 2012 – Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) Conference “What to do with Employees that are too busy to manage their Email?”
  • 2011 – Invited speaker by the Digital Preservation Coalition on Preserving Email: Directions and Perspectives. The title was “Emerging tools for email preservation”
  • 2011 – Invited Keynote for RIM Professionals Australasia at the conference Eye Opening View. Title of presentation “Email Preservation & Archiving”
  • 2011 – Invited keynote speaker at the RIM Professionals Australasia (Queensland) – “The Effects of Information Overload on Employees and their Productivity”.
  • 2011 – Invited keynote speaker at CimTech – The Future of Electronic Information and Records Management in the Public Sector. Keynote on “Meeting the challenges of Email management”
  • 2011 – Interview for the Global Mail – Canada ‘Confessions of an Inbox Obsessive’
  • 2010 – Invited keynote speaker at the RMAA Australia – “Steps to Optimising Email Communication within the Workplace”.
  • 2010 – Invited keynote speaker at CimTech – The Future of Electronic Information and Records Management in the Public Sector. Keynote on “The challenges of e-mail management and research into a solution”
  • 2009 – Interviewed on New York Radio regarding email overload
  • 2009 – Invited keynote speaker at the Records Management Society Conference – “Death by Email”
  • 2009 – Invited keynote speaker at the ERDM conference – “Email Retention and Management: The Dynamics and Costs of Change”
  • 2008 Dr Jackson on Leicester Sound Radio “Emails Taking Over Your Life?” interview
  • 2008 Dr Jackson on BBC Radio Essex “You have Email” interview
  • 2008 Called as an email expert to appear on the BBC Money Programme, News 24 and BBC Breakfast news.
  • 2007 Invited Seminar Speaker at Citi (world’s largest Bank) “Email Optimisation”
  • 2007 Newcastle University – Can Training Improve the Effectiveness of Electronic Mail Communication within the Workplace?
  • 2006 (Dec) Invited Seminar Speaker at Deakin University, Australia, – ‘Optimizing the Extraction of Knowledge from Email Messages to Aid in Expertise Discovery’
  • 2006 Invited Seminar Speaker at University of Technology Sydney (UTS), – ‘Can Seminar and Computer-Based Training Improve the Effectiveness of Email Communication within the Workplace?’
  • 2005 Invited Seminar Speaker at MIT, Cambridge – ‘The Organisational Implications of Extracting Knowledge from Email’
  • 2005 Invited Seminar Speaker at IBM’s TJ Watson Research Centre – Optimising the Email Communication Environment’
  • 2004, Invited Seminar Speaker – Widening Horizons, AstraZeneca

Awards

  • 2013 – Outstanding Paper Award (IADIS Conference) – EMOTIVE ontology: Extracting fine-grained emotions from terse informal messages
  • 2012 – Fellowship of the British Computer Society
  • 2012 – Awarded Loughborough University Knowledge Transfer Award. Finding hi-tech solutions for a modern police force. http://www.lboro.ac.uk/enterprise-awards/knowledge-transfer/
  • 2011 – Finalists of the Loughborough University Knowledge Transfer Award. Automating Train Timetables as part of a KTP project with RWA Rail.
  • 2009 – Recognition for the work undertaken with Leicestershire Police on mobile data terminals at the 2009 UK British Computer Society IT Industry awards
  • 2006 The Australian Computer Society Best Paper Award at the Australisian Conference on Information Systems – “Can Seminar and Computer-Based Training Improve the Effectiveness of Electronic Mail Communication within the Workplace?”

PhD COMPLETIONS

Anthony Burgess (2006)

  • Effective means of improving email communication

Tom Parsons (2007)

  • Enhancing Pharmaceutical Innovation Through the Use of Knowledge Management

Sara Tedmori (2008)

  • Exploiting Email: Extracting Knowledge to Support Knowledge Sharing

Hardev Uhbi (2008)

  • A Framework for the introduction of Knowledge Management within an Engineering Environment

Peter Balafas (2009)

  • Goal-Oriented Knowledge Management

Rachael Lindsay (2010)

  • Email and Social Network Analysis at Leicestershire Police

Paul Parboteeah (2010)

  • An Application of Autopoiesis to Knowledge Management

Steve Smith (2010)

  • Reducing Information Overload by Optimising Information Retrieval Approaches

Abdullah Alkraiji (2012)

  • Innovative technologies in Saudi Arabia Healthcare

Anoud Bani-Hani (2013)

  • The role of ERPs in Low Tech SMEs

Tessa Lambri (2014)

  • Modelling the Implementation and Acceptance of the Police National Database in UK Police Forces

Laura Marulanda-Carter (2014)

  • The levels of stress caused from emails in the workplace and apply an email management software tool to reduce stress.

Ashley Cairns (2014)

  • Optimising efficiency in the information environment of the Leicestershire Constabulary

Ejovwoke Onojeharho (2015)

  • Knowledge Technologies, Process and Cultures at the Amateur Swimming Association

David Gerrard (April 2016)

  • Epiphany: an intelligent agent to measure how inspired the public are by art and culture.

Stefanie Hills (2019)

  • Persuasion in the Digital Age – A Theoretical Model of Persuasion in Terse Text

Adam Steventon (2019)

  • Outcomes, Impacts and Measurements of Information and Knowledge Management

Mohamed Taher Alrefaie (2019)

  • Smart Materials Suitable for On-demand Display Design

Marzieh Talebpour (2019)

  • Determining the semantic quality of ontologies

Mabelle Chen (2019)

  • Ontology process modelling: adaptive intelligent manufacturing 

CURRENT PhD STUDENTS

James Lappin (April 2015 – part-time)

  • Managing Correspondence in the age of email

Tony Dawson (started January 2016)

  • Mental workload and performance in high-risk decision-making: a psycho-physiological study of the effects of human-computer interfaces in policing

Sharon Simatwo

  • UKCRIC – Modelling the Intelligent Network (Dec 2016)

Catherine Baker

  • Gender, Sex and Society (Oct 2018)

CURRENT RAs

Dr Suzanne Elayan

  • Ontology Development – AI2M, RESILIENCE

Dr Eleni Tsalapati

  • EPSRC AI2M- Adaptive Informatics for Intelligent Manufacturing

Dr Ejovwoke Onojeharho

  • Toxi-Triage

PREVIOUS RAs

Dr William Johnson

  • EPSRC – Robust Lifecycle Design and Health Monitoring for Fuel-Cell Extended Performance (RESILIENCE) (Jan 2017 to Dec 2017)

Dr Claudio Guarnera

  • BMW Project

Dr Asia Ramzan (May 2013 – June 2015)

  • EPSRC AI2M- Adaptive Informatics for Intelligent Manufacturing

Dr Sameera Abar

  • EPSRC – Robust Lifecycle Design and Health Monitoring for Fuel-Cell Extended Performance (RESILIENCE)

Dr Martin Sykora (May 2013 – October 2014)

  • AI2M- Adaptive Informatics for Intelligent Manufacturing

Dr Alexander Von-Lunen (Dec 2013 to July 2014)

  • ReDites – extension of the EMOTIVE project

Dr Paul Parboteeah (Oct 2012 – Sept 2013)

  • Graphical Modelling of Predicting Demand and Participation of Swimmers

Dr Martin Sykora (May 2012 – April 2013)

  • EMOTIVE- Extracting the Meaning Of Terse Information in a geo-Visualisation of Emotion

Dr Suzanne Elayan (Nov 2012 – Jan 2013)

  • EMOTIVE- Extracting the Meaning Of Terse Information in a geo-Visualisation of Emotion: Ontology development

Chris Masuda (2009 – 2012)

  • Develop and embed knowledge for the effective management and use of information, using tools to assess objectives, policies, procedures to measure the impact of IM

Dr Paul Parboteeah (Jan 2012 – July 2012)

  • Demand Profiling and Prediction for UK Swimming

Dr Paul Parboteeah (2010 – 2011)

  • Applying autopoiesis theory to Leicester City Council: Knowing Council

Dr Rachael Lindsay (2010 – 2011)

  • Leicestershire Police: Evaluating the effectiveness of Mobile Data Terminals

Dr Mark Withall (2009 – 2011)

  • Automatic train timetabling

Hongmei Lee (2003 – 2005)

  • Tumarc: Information Processing from a Production Line

Hyun Jung Lee (2003 – 2004)

  • Development of the Knowledge Workspace Project

Dimitry Kichigin (2004 – 2005)

  • Development of the Email Trainer

Luci Lacraru (2004 – 2005)

  • Development of the Email Knowledge Extraction Application

Walter Ruziwa (2004 – 2005)

  • Development of the Knowledge Workspace Project

Qiqi Ma (2006 – 2008)

  • JCK – Implementing an ERP system in a low-tech industry

PhD EXAMINATIONS

  • Internal PhD examiner Computer Science Loughborough University 2006
  • Internal PhD examiner Computer Science Loughborough University 2009
  • Internal PhD examiner Information Science Loughborough University 2010
  • External PhD examiner Information Science University of Sheffield 2010
  • External PhD examiner Information Science University of Sheffield 2011
  • Internal PhD examiner Computer Science Loughborough University 2011
  • External PhD examiner Business School The University of Melbourne 2011
  • External PhD examiner Computer Science Royal Holloway 2011
  • External PhD examiner Computer Science Brunel University 2013
  • Internal PhD examiner Computer Science Loughborough University 2013
  • Internal PhD examiner Engineering School Loughborough University 2013
  • External PhD examiner Computer Science Royal Holloway 2013
  • Internal PhD examiner Computer Science Loughborough University 2013
  • External PhD examiner Information Science University of Sheffield 2014
  • External PhD examiner Information Science Salford University 2014
  • External PhD examiner Computer Science Brunel University 2014
  • External PhD examiner Business School Brunel University 2014
  • External PhD examiner Management School Lancaster University 2014
  • External PhD examiner Computer Science Bournemouth University 2015
  • External PhD examiner Engineering School Nottingham University 2015
  • External PhD examiner Management School Lancaster University 2016
  • External PhD examiner Information Science University of Sheffield 2016
  • External PhD examiner Engineering School Nottingham University 2018
  • Internal PhD examiner Computer Science Loughborough University 2017
  • External PhD examiner Engineering Cambridge University 2017
  • External PhD examiner Information Science University of Sheffield 2018
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SUCCESSFUL GRANTS – TRACK RECORD (2002 on)

NameValue (£ )Awarding BodyStart YearInvestigator
Configuration Management of Global Information Systems  45000Rolls-Royce2002CI
Knowledge Management of Global Information Systems  45000Rolls-Royce2002PI
Development of an Electronic Information Distribution System  69000Danwood Group2002PI
The Cost Effectiveness and Efficiency of Information Systems  38000  EPSRC  2003PI
The Analysis and Development of Vehicle Testing Software using Data Mining Techniques  169000  TSB – Teaching Company Scheme  2003PI
Travel Grant to attend IRMA conference in Philadelphia  1000Royal Society2003PI
Researcher into AI Web Searching  11000CHEVENING TECHNOLOGY  2003PI
Capture & Manage E- Knowledge    11000CHEVENING TECHNOLOGY  2004PI
Electronic Message Classification and Notification App    11000CHEVENING TECHNOLOGY  2004PI
Integrated Knowledge Workspace    11000CHEVENING TECHNOLOGY  2004PI
“Real-time” email training application  11000CHEVENING TECHNOLOGY  2004PI
Email Knowledge Extraction  15000Eureka Software Moments, USA2005PI
Managing Manufacturing Information  99000TSB KTP – JCK Leicester2005PI
The Cost Effectiveness of an Email Optimising Training Programme  5000Professional Development, L’boro2005PI
The Cost Effectiveness and Efficiency of Info. Systems  43000AstraZeneca2006PI
Information Management and Business Technology  70000MTP2008PI
Transport: Automatic train timetabling – developed an automatic train timetabling system  167000TSB KTP and EPSRC – RWA RAIL, L’boro2008CI
Email Communication Analysis    2000Citi2008PI
ERP System Implementation in UK Joinery SMEs  97000JCK and EPSRC (EngD)2009PI
Evaluation of IM Impact at LCC  27000Leicestershire County Council2009PI
Development of an internal Communications System for the Congregation of the Sisters of Nazareth Charitable Trust  31000Sisters of Nazareth, Worldwide2009CI
Develop and embed knowledge for the effective management and use of information, using tools to assess objectives, policies, procedures to measure the impact of IM  117000TSB KTP – Leicestershire County Council2010CI
Optimising efficiencies in the information environment of the Leicestershire Constabulary through the use of handheld mobile technologies’    35000HEIF42010PI
Optimising efficiency in the information environment of the Leicestershire Constabulary8500Leicestershire Constabulary2011PI
NPIA – user engagement and qualitative evaluation of benefits obtained  26000National Police Improvement Agency2010CI
The National Archives – Email Classification and Categorisation  25500The National Archives2011PI
Developing and implementing and information and knowledge strategy including systems  60000Amateur Swimming Association2011PI
Demand Profiling and Prediction for UK Swimming17200ESPRC (LU Funding)2011PI    
EMOTIVE – Extracting the Meaning Of Terse Information in a geo-Visualisation of Emotion88500ESPRC – EP/J020532/12012PI
Graphical Modelling of Predicting Demand and Participation of Swimmers44836Knowledge Transfer Award2012PI
Developing the information management capabilities to handle data, information and knowledge efficiently, effectively and securely among government agencies56419Knowledge Transfer Award2012CI
Adaptive Informatics for Intelligent Manufacturing (AI2M)2.4m (all awarded to LU with £382,592 to CIM)EPSRC2013CI
EPSRC – Robust Lifecycle Design and Health Monitoring for Fuel-Cell Extended Performance (RESILIENCE).  1,000000EPSRC2013CI
EPSRC – ReDites380000EPSRC2013CI
EPSRC – Doctoral Training Centre – Embedded Intelligence (in collaboration with Design School, Wolfson, AAE, Electrical)13,000000EPSRC2013School CI
Toxi-Triage – EU H2020 (12m)10,833000 (£375k to CIM)EU H20202015CI
CESA  – State of the art review of impact of sarcasm, irony and humour on sentiment analysis.  20,904DHCSTC / DSTL 2016CI
H2020 NESTORE: Euro 4.9m Novel Empowering Solutions and Technologies for Older people to Retain Everyday life activities 4,083000 (£150k to CIM)EU H20202017CI
STRESSCAPES – expression of acute stress on social-media streams in urban  environments (smart cities) – official project name is “Integrating social media, geospatial information, and sentiment analysis for the analysis of emotional stress in urban environments”.  110,408 (£23k to CIM)SSHRC (Canada)2014-18CI
Future Connected Smart Manufacturing Platform – EPSRC1.6mEPSRC2017-2022PI
     
Total Grants   Total Including Doctoral Training Centre£18,460342   £29,852086