How it works
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Our team of experts includes scientists, researchers, economists, entrepreneurs, managers, analysts, content writers, and organisational designers.
All the resources required to ensure a successful outcome of a workable spinout.
"The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford, Professor Louise Richardson, said: 'Oxford’s success is underpinned by the broad, multidisciplinary ecosystem that is Oxford, including one of the world’s most vibrant research communities in artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics. Over 200 spin-out companies are testimony to an equally entrepreneurial spirit.
'We value curiosity as a driver for learning; for constant improvement – and, ultimately, for innovation and impact – benefitting all of society – now, and for future generations.
‘In AWS we recognise a like-minded organisation, one which shares our far-reaching vision and ambition. For this reason, together with AWS, we have engaged in a broad and ambitious programme of collaboration. Over the past 24 months hundreds of Oxford students and researchers have engaged with AWS services and subsequently used it to conduct cutting edge research.’
The projects explore how humans and machines in all their myriad forms – from cloud computing to companion robots, and software robots to robot fleets – work together. And while AI and robotics are the tools, their applications address wide-ranging scientific, economic, social and environmental challenges."
Human-Machine Collaboration Portfolio Programme Manager
Organiser of the HMC Conference on 28 April 2022 in Oxford
Alliance manager of AWS
Innovation and Business Partnership Manager - ICT and Creative Industries, AI
Initiator and manager of the 30-testbed Human-Machine Collaboration Programme aiming to draw industrial partners, international partner and investor attention to the University of Oxford
Innovation Pillar: Link
Investment Pillar: Link
MSc candidate in Major Programme Management 2020-2022
Point of Contact in international collaboration development with Singapore, US, UAE, Japan and Australia.
Interested in DIT and BEIS Global Research and Innovation Programmes
Strategic Advisor [January – May 2022]
Consulting organisational alignment and innovation to the Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Division, Human-Machine Collaboration Programme Investment Pillar and the Edtech and Createch Portfolio.
An alumnus of University Oxford, DIPSI 2017
MSc candidate reading for Major Programme Management, Matriculation 2020 - affiliation Merton College
Areas of interest and expertise:
Heritage spatial data analytics and geomatics
Gulf sovereign wealth innovation programmes
Complex adaptive systems and governance of major programmes
Global Arts and culture innovation, development, and management systems
Private wealth investment accelerator alignments, organisational design, and innovation strategies