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    Editors

    Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2011)

    London, UK, 6 - 8 July 2011

    This conference was edited by:

    Dr. Stuart Dunn
    Centre for e-Research, King's College London, UK
    www.stuartdunn.wordpress.com
    stuart.dunn@kcl.ac.uk

    Dr. Stuart Dunn is a Research Fellow at the Centre for e-Research at King’s College London. He has varied interests, spanning digital archaeology, visualisation in cultural heritage, and GIS in the humanities.  He has published in all these areas; is a co-organiser of the London Digital Classicist group, and a member of the JISC Geospatial Data workgroup. He has worked on the digital reconstruction of Iron Age round houses, on English place names, and on various Web 2.0 digital community projects.

    Prof. Jonathan P. Bowen
    London South Bank University / University of Westminster / Museophile Limited, UK
    www.jpbowen.com
    jonathan.bowen@lsbu.ac.uk

    Prof. Jonathan P. Bowen, FBCS, FRSA, is Chair of Museophile Limited, a museum and IT consultancy company that he founded in 2002. He is also a Visiting Professor at University of Westminster since 2010 and an Emeritus Professor at London South Bank University since 2007. Previously he was a Visiting Professor at King's College London (2007-2009) and the University of Waikato in New Zealand (2010). In the past, he has held posts at the University of Reading, the Oxford University Computing Laboratory, and Imperial College, London. He is an enthusiastic contributor to Wikipedia on museum and computing-related topics.

    Dr. Kia C. Ng
    ICSRiM - University of Leeds, School of Computing & School of Music, Leeds, UK
    www.kcng.org
    kia@kcng.org, k.c.ng@leeds.ac.uk

    Dr. Kia C. Ng, PhD, FRSA, FIoD, CEng, CSci, is Director of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Scientific Research in Music (ICSRiM) at the University of Leeds. Kia is involved in several research domains including gestural interfaces, interactive multimedia, computer vision, document imaging and computer music, in collaboration with many European and international organisations and individuals in the field. Large-scale projects include i-Maestro on technology-enhanced learning (coordinator), CASPAR on digital preservation and AXMEDIS on cross-media with over 20M Euro research funding. Kia has more than 160 publications, presented keynotes and invited lectures in over 30 countries.

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