Dr Andrew Rogoyski
Academic and research departmentsCentre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP), Surrey Centre for Cyber Security, Surrey Institute for People-Centred Artificial Intelligence (PAI).
I am a business leader, strategist and technologist with experience spanning 30 years in industry, government and academia. Following completion of my PhD in laser-generated plasmas, I worked at the Rutherford Appleton Lab in a variety of areas including x-ray lasers and inertial confinement fusion, working with international labs such as the Naval Research Lab, the Ecole Polytechnique and others. I subsequently moved to industry, joining Logica to lead a group specialising in signal and image processing, including early AI systems, progressing to Operations Director of the Space & Defence Division before joining space consultancy Esys, subsequently working as MD of QinetiQ’s Space Division. Focusing on security technologies, I joined Charteris, then DS&S, both providing strategic advice to government in the fields of innovation and cyber security. Seconded to the Office of Cyber Security and Information Assurance in the Cabinet Office, I authored the first UK cyber export strategy and contributed to new export controls for cyber. I then joined CGI as Vice President of a new UK cyber business and after several successful years, joined Roke Manor Research as their Innovation Director. Coming full circle back to academia, I have now taken on the role of Director of Innovation and Partnerships development for the new Surrey Institute of People-Centred Artificial Intelligence at the University of Surrey. I also act as advisor to TechUK's Management, Finance and Performance Board and NatWest Group’s Technology Advisory Board.
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In the media
- Wide Area Microprobe Analyser (WAMPA), Acta Astronautica Vol 59, p1029, 2006
- Evolution of aeronautical communications for personal and multimedia services, IEEE Communications Magazine, 2003-07, Vol 41, p36-43, July 2003.
- Demodulation schemes for vibrometers and associated effects on target classification, Proc. SPIE. 3380, Laser Radar Technology and Applications III, Sep 1998.
- Target Recognition, Identification and Tracking using Real and Synthetic Imagery, Conf. Proc. of SPIE, 1997.
- The Development of a Synthetic Data Generator for Passive Sonar, Journal of Defence Science, August 1996.
- Classification of Minimally Resolved Objects, Joint NATO/IRIS Conference, June 1996.
- Target recognition, identification and tracking using real and synthetic IR imagery, Proc. SPIE. 2744, Infrared Technology and Applications XXII, June 1996.
- Synthetic Data Environments, Conference on the Underwater Defence Technology, July 1996.
- Passive Sonar Data Processing, p310-313, Conference Proceedings of Underwater Defence Technology, July 1994.
- Data Processing in Passive Sonar Systems, Journal of Naval Engineering, June 1993.
- A Simple Method for Pulse-Shortening of x-Ray Lasers Appl. Phys. Letts. 57, (26), p2748, 1990.
- Characterisation of soft x-ray amplification observed in Ne-like Germanium, Optics Communications, 75, (5), 1990.
- XUV Laser Research the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Proc. SPIE. 1140, X-Ray Instrumentation in Medicine and Biology, Plasma Physics, Astrophysics, and Synchrotron Radiation, November 1989.
- Evaluation of scanning transmission x-ray microscope using undulator radiation at the SERC Daresbury Laboratory, J. Phys E: Scientific Instruments, 22, 1989.
- Characterisation and optimisation of a laser generated plasma source of soft x rays, Laser and particle beams, 6, 1988.
- Characterisation and optimisation of a laser-generated source of soft x rays for biological imaging and soft x-ray lithography, Proc. SPIE 831, X-Rays from Laser Plasmas, Feb 1988.
- A laser-generated plasma source for x-ray lithography and VLSI, J Phys E: Scientific Instruments, 21, 1988.
- MED1O1: a laser plasma simulation code. SERC Report: RAL-89-127.
- Characterisation and optimisation of a laser generated plasma source of soft x-rays for biological imaging and soft x-ray lithography, Proc SPIE, 831, 1987.
- Calibration of a KrF laser-plasma source for x-ray microscopy applications, Proc SPIE 831, X-Rays from Laser Plasmas, Feb 1988.
- The beginning of scanning x-ray microscopy at Daresbury, X-ray Microscopy (New York: Spriger) 1986.