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    Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2017)

    London, UK, 11 - 13 July 2017

    This conference was edited by:

    Prof. Jonathan P. Bowen, MA Oxon, FBCS, FRSA, is Emeritus Professor of Computing at London South Bank University and Chair of Museophile Limited, a museum and IT consultancy company that he founded in 2002. He has been a visiting scholar/professor at a number of institutions including the Israel Institute for Advanced Studies (Jerusalem), the Pratt Institute (New York), and King’s College London. Previously he has held academic/research posts at Birmingham City University, University of Reading, Oxford University Computing Laboratory, and Imperial College London. His research interests range from computer science, especially software engineering, through to the history of computing and museum informatics. He contributes to Wikipedia on cultural and computing-related topics. In 2017, he co-authored The Turing Guide on the computing pioneer Alan Turing. www.jpbowen.com

    Graham Diprose is a photographer and author. During the 1970s and 1980s, he worked as a freelance advertising photographer in central London teaching studio photography part-time. In the 1980s to 1990s he became a full-time lecturer at London College of Communication and later Lead Tutor in Photography in the Faculty of Design. More recent work has involved large research projects concerning the history of the River Thames and an International textbook for Thames & Hudson published in UK, US and Chinese Mandarin. Graham recently retired from the position of Lead Tutor at Speos Institute, London, to devote more time to a new project to help talented arts students over the difficult first few years after education. uk.linkedin.com/in/graham-diprose-a047004

    Dr Nick Lambert, DPhil Oxon, MBCS, is Head of Research at Ravensbourne in North Greenwich, London. Previously he was Lecturer in Digital Art and Culture at the School of Arts, Birkbeck, University of London. His research interests include art and technology, contemporary digital art and the use of digital technologies in the history of art. He is Chair of the Computer Arts Society and Exhibition Chair of the EVA London Conference. Nick also develops digital art projects, including Fulldome projections and installations. His works Oculus, Lux Nova and Music of the Spheres have been exhibited in the UK, USA, and elsewhere. www.ravensbourne.ac.uk/staff/dr-nicholas-lambert

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