University of Greenwich

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    Ted Greiner

    Professor of nutrition, research specializing in practical, community based applications related to infant feeding and micronutrient deficiencies (iron, vitamin A and iodine), particularly food-based approaches.

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    Sarah Arnold

    Entomologist and ecologist, with particular research interests in pollination ecology, insect behaviour, applied entomology (agriculture, international development) and insect colour vision. Current projects include pollination in cocoa, ecosystems services in agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa, behavioural preferences of stored product pest insects and eco-rational control of honeybees as a post-harvest pest of cassava.

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    Kate Khair

    Consultant Nurse in Haemophilia @ Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children London. Visiting professor health and social care @ London South Bank University Chair of the UK and world haemophilia nurses committees and passionate about nurse led haemophilia research

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    John Milledge

    Dr. John J. Milledge is currently a research fellow in the Algal Biotechnology Group at the University of Greenwich He was previously a Researcher and Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Southampton working on energy balance modelling and techno-economic assessment of algal biomass cultivation systems. John was also Head of Research at Pure Energy Fuels working on the commercialisation of micro-algae, and has worked for G & M, Unilever Research, Sainsbury Spillers, Padleys, Palethorpes, Crosse & Blackwell, Unilever and as an independent biotechnology consultant. John completed a PhD at the University of Southampton on "Energy Balance and Techno-economic Assessment of Algal Biofuel Production Systems", and whilst working as a Research Demonstrator at Reading University he completed research for an MPhil, "The Hygienic Design of Food Plant". He also graduated from Reading University with a BSc in Food Technology. Community activities include being a member of the Kent Society of Rugby Union Football Referees and Past President of Gravesend & Meopham Rotary Club

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    Michele Denise Birtel

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    Jin Hooi Chan

    Dr Chan has about 20 years of extensive industry and academic experience across many regions globally. He is the Principal Investigator of the research project "Social Network Analysis of Innovation Cluster in Creative and Cultural Value Chain: Case of George Town World Heritage Site", funded by RCUK/ESRC & Newton Fund Programme (ES/P010377/1) (Value:£120,137). He holds a PhD in Management Studies awarded by Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. He also received a MPhil degree in sustainability studied under a Cambridge-MIT programme. He was a Shell-Centenary-Chevening Scholar and ESRC Cambridge Commonwealth Trust- Dorothy Hodgkin Scholar.

    Dr Chan is a Fellow of Higher Education Academy of UK. Since 2001, he has involved extensively in undergraduate and post-graduate programme management and delivery in a number of universities such as University of Cambridge, Coventry University, Greenwich University and University of Malaya. He has expertise in teaching multiple subjects e.g. innovation, entrepreneurship, business research methods, business strategy, energy business and policy, international business, sustainability, environmental management and philosophy, oil and gas management, and environment impact assessment. He is regularly being invited to deliver guest lecture at top universities worldwide such as at Beijing Normal University, Minzu University of China. He also has an extensive experience in senior executive education such as designing and executing international business courses for Executive MBA of Judge Business School at University of Cambridge from 2009 - 2011.

    Since 1996, Dr Chan has acquired an extensive international business experience, at various senior levels, and with a good understanding of business cultures across many regions. He can speak and write many Asian languages. He has provided strategy, internationalisation and sustainability consulting to clients in China, South East Asia, Europe, and Africa. Dr Chan has experience in developing and managing multi-million projects and managed international business offices across Asia. He has extensive experience in project management, project financial evaluation and technical assessment, customer and government relation management, and international business development. In recognition of his professional achievements and experience, he was awarded two Charteredships by professional institutions in the UK

    Positions: Dec 2013 - present: Senior Lecturer, University of Greenwich, UK Since 2011: Associate Researcher, Energy Policy Research Group, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, UK. 2017: Visiting Professor. Zhejiang University, China 2016: Expert Panel, Empowering Youth through Green Jobs & Entrepreneurship, UNCCD, United Nations Campus, Germany 2016: Visiting Researcher, Peking University, China 2016: Visiting Professor, Institute of Technology Management, National Chiao Tung University Taiwan 2015: Invited Lecture, Asia Regional Governance Issues Lecture Series, Beijing Normal University, China 2015: Invited Lecture, Research Lecture Series, China Agricultural University 2015 Invited Lecture, International Business School Research Lecture Series, Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Suzhou, China Since 2014: Fellow of Higher Education Academy, UK 2013- 2015: Invited Lecture, World Famous Scholar Lecture Series, Minzu University, China 2012: Advisor, Project Vision - commissioned by the President of Togo, Africa and led by Sir Paul Judge (UK) in the capacity of an adviser of the Presidential Investment Advisory Council of Togo. Since 2010: Chartered Environmentalist, UK Since 2010: British Institute of Energy Economics, UK Since 2009: Member of British Academy of Management Since 2008: Chartered Engineer, UK Since 2007: Member of Institute of Mechanical Engineers, UK Since 2004: Fellow of Cambridge Commonwealth Society, UK 2002: Registered Consultant, Natural Resources & Environment Council, Malaysia 1996 Registered Engineer, Engineering Council, Malaysia

    Awards: 2016 Nominated Most Outstanding Contribution to Student Experience (University wide) @ University of Greenwich

    2007 ESRC-Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Dorothy Hodgkin Award tenable @ University of Cambridge

    2005 Travel Award - Cambridge Commonwealth Trusts & Royal Academy of Engineering UK

    2004 Shell Centenary & Chevening Award, tenable @ University of Cambridge

    2001 Best Postal Award – 1st International Conference on Life Cycle Management, Copenhagen

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    Serban Scrieciu

    Ṣerban is an economist with strong interests in climate change, macroeconomics for sustainability, green growth, equity, innovation and finance for a more sustainable society. He currently works as an independent researcher and consultant on various projects related to the economics of sustainable development. He is also acting as a visiting research fellow for the University of Greenwich, Faculty of Business, Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre in UK. Moreover, Serban is currently on personal leave from his position of economic analyst of energy and climate policies at the European Commission in Brussels. Before this, Serban worked for around ten years, mostly in the academic sector, for UK universities (Cambridge, Manchester and Greenwich), but also in the international policy environment (UNEP).

    He has published more than 25 articles in respected peer-reviewed journals, has single-authored a book and has written several book chapters and reports. He has reviewed manuscripts for several journal and book publishers, Serban also acts on the editorial board of the Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, an international journal devoted to scientific, engineering, socio-economic and policy responses to environmental change.