Duncan Wilson is Intel Director at ICRI Cities in London and is responsible for driving the research agenda of the institute. The Intel Collaborative Research Institutes (ICRI’s) are Intel-funded, jointly-led research collaborations between Intel and the academic community. At ICRI Cities, researchers at UCL and Imperial College are developing community scale solutions that make cities a better place to live. They focus on the city experience delivering human centric services that are socially and economically sustainable.
He has a background in foresight and innovation in cities (Arup), co-created the Drivers of Change concept and has a personal research focus on ubiquitous computing in the built environment. His EU and nationally funded research merges interests in sensing and monitoring and creating interactive, ambient displays that solicit and feedback information with the intent of influencing behaviour. He is currently a member of the European Commission Expert Group on the Internet of Things. Duncan is a Chartered Engineer (IET), has a PhD from University College London in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Vision and comments on work at http://twitter.com/djdunc and can also be found at http://www.linkedin.com/in/duncanwilson/