Take a look at our visiting staff.
|Name||Start date||End date|
|Dr Stuart Frederick Bryant||13 Feb 2020||10 Feb 2023|
|Dr Ian Corden||2 Sept 2019||2 Sept 2022|
|Dr Irshaad Fatadin||1 Sept 2019||31 Aug 2022|
|David Hendon||1 Sept 2016||31 Aug 2022|
|Dr Li-Ke Huang||1 Sept 2018||31 Aug 2021|
|Professor Muhammad Imran||1 Sept 2016||31 Aug 2022|
|Dr Nick Reed||1 Sept 2018||31 Aug 2021|
|Mark Selby||1 Sept 2018||31 Aug 2021|
|Professor Michael Short||1 Sept 2016||31 Aug 2022|
|Stephen Temple||1 Sept 2016||31 Aug 2022|
|Professor Chin-Liang Wang||1 Sept 2015||31 Aug 2022|
Visiting Professor and Chairman, 5GIC Strategy Advisory Board.
Professor David Hendon is a visiting professor at the University of Surrey and a part-time senior advisor at Ofcom, focusing on spectrum, international strategy and network resilience issues. He is independent chair of the 4G/TV Co-existence Oversight Board established by DCMS, a member of the Smart Meters Steering Group & Strategic Reference Group at DECC, and a non-executive director of ContinuumBridge Ltd and MAC Ltd.
Formerly a career civil servant, Professor Hendon was a director in the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) from 2002 to 2011, where he was responsible for the Department’s business-facing activities and policy for the electronic communications and ICT sectors. Prior to his role with BIS, he held the roles of CEO of the Radiocommunications Agency, which managed UK radio spectrum before the establishment of Ofcom, and chairman of the board of the European Telecommunications Standards Institute.
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Visiting Professor and Technical Secretary, 5GIC Strategy Advisory Board.
An engineer by profession, Professor Stephen Temple has spent 25 years in the Civil Service and 18 years in the private sector. While at the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), he was instrumental in the digitalisation of Europe’s mobile and television networks, leading the UK in the highly successful GSM initiative, and writing the GSM Memorandum of Understanding. He also co-founded the DVB group (which was the driving force behind the UK adopting digital terrestrial TV) and chaired the Technical Assembly of the European Telecommunications Standards Institute. He wrote the visionary ‘Phones on the Move’ DTI Consultation Document, which triggered the transformation of the mobile into a consumer product.
In the private sector, Professor Temple has held the positions of Director of Advanced Technologies at NTL (where he trialled the company’s first cable modem service) and later MD of the Networks Division. He then joined Vodafone’s Corporate Strategy group as Director of Strategic Projects, focusing on its broadband strategy.
Professor Temple sits on the Institution of Engineering and Technology Communications Policy Panel and is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineers. He is a visiting professor at the University of Surrey.