This is just a quick post to say after a fantastic six years at Horizon (4 years in the CDT & Mixed Reality Lab; 2 years as a Research Fellow) I’ve now moved jobs to work as a Lecturer in Technology Law at the University of Edinburgh. My time in Nottingham has been amazing and I’ve worked with many brilliant people there, who I hope to keep working with now (albeit a wee bit further away!). Working at Horizon and the Mixed Reality Lab has broadened my perspectives on what research can be, particularly by introducing me to a multidisciplinary way of thinking. Thankfully, that’s not going to stop, I have a number of ongoing collaborations and new projects such as Defence Against the Dark Artefacts, Memory Machine, and Towards Moral-IT & Legal-IT (to name a few). I’ll also be continuing to collaborate on new bids, papers and I’ll even be supervising a new CDT student from September, so I’ll still be around (for (m)any that are saddened by my departure 😉 ).
My new post is in the Law School at Edinburgh working with the IT/IP/Media Law group here, which is very exciting. This year I’ll be teaching LL.M modules on IT law and e-Commerce as well as continuing my eclectic research, so any blog readers from Edinburgh – get in touch too!