Dr Philip Inglesant
Philip is researching Responsible Innovation in the Networked Quantum Information Technologies (NQIT) Hub, part of a major UK government investment in quantum technologies.
Phiiip joined the Human Centred Computing group in Computer Science in March 2015 from European research projects in Cloud computing and energy efficiency with 451 Research, a global research and advisory firm.
Prior to that, he was a researcher in the Institute for the Study of Science Technology and Innovation at the University of Edinburgh, where he was working on European Commission research project MyFIRE, a socio-economic overview of EC-funded Future Internet testbeds.
Philip did his PhD at University College London: "Public Policy, Technology and Lived Experience: Three Case Studies of Technology in Support of Urban Transport Policies in London" and later took part in projects as a post-doctoral researcher in the The Information Security Research Group, specialising in human aspects of information security.
Before that Philip did an MSc in New Media, Information and Society at the London School of Economics.
Philip has over thirty years' experience of the IT industry, including technical co-ordinator with GreenNet, the Internet Service Provider for the environment, gender equality and human rights and as a Unix specialist with Internet companies.