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  Nigel Roberts FBCS is a British computer scientist and former politician from the British Channel Islands. He is a Chartered Fellow of the British Computer Society.In 1996 he founded the Island Networks group of companies — which includes CHANNELISLES.NET, registry operator of the .GG and .JE top level domains for Guernsey and Jersey. Whilst a student at Essex, he was one of the group of undergraduate students who conceived and developed the world's first multi-user computer game (MUD).
  Mike Brady,FRS, FEng, FIEE, FInst.P is BP Professor of Information Engineering at the University of Oxford. Following a PhD in Mathematics and a spell lecturing Computer Science at Essex University, appointed Senior Research Scientist of the MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in 1980. In 1985, left MIT to take up a newly created Professorship in Information Engineering. Author of over 250 articles in computer vision, robotics, medical image analysis, and artificial intelligence, and the author or editor of nine books. Has been awarded honorary degrees by the universities of Essex, Manchester, Southampton, Liverpool, and by the French CNRS. Member of the UK Government’s Cabinet Office Advisory Council on Science and Technology (1990-5). Member of the UK National Technology Foresight Steering Group. Currently, Special Advisor to the House of Commons Select Committee on Science and Technology.
  Professor Sid Watkins became involved with F1 way back in 1978 Bernie Ecclestone asked him to help out with some medical problems. Professor Watkins obliged and later that year he was appointed Grand Prix Surgeon. Twenty years down the road, he boasts the title of "Chairman of the Expert Advisory Safety Committee of the FIA". Read Book Review Here.
    Professor Peter Lawrenson, award-winning electrical engineer, President from 1992-3 of the Institution of Electrical Engineers

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