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Katz, Dr Jonathan

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Dr Jonathan Katz Supernumerary Fellow and Lecturer in ClassicsLecturer in Classics, Brasenose CollegeFellow, All Souls CollegeUniversity Public Orator Email: jonathan.katz@st-annes.ox.ac.uk Academic background Studied Classics and Oriental Studies, Oxford University;JRF and Research Fellow, Wolfson College, and Indian Institute Librarian, Bodleian Library, 1977-87; Master of the Queen’s Scholars and Head of Classics, Westminster School, London, 1987-2010; Visiting


Katz, Dr Richard

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Dr Richard Katz Professor of Geodynamics Email: richard.katz@earth.ox.ac.uk Laboratory for Geodynamics: http://foalab.earth.ox.ac.uk Department Website Academic background Richard’s education is at the intersection of applied mathematics and geology.  He obtained an undergraduate degree at Cornell University in 2000, where he did research into a wax-analogue model of plate tectonics.  He obtained a PhD at the Lamont


Johnston, Dr Freya

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Professor Freya Johnston Fellow and Tutor in English Language and LiteratureHazel Eardley Wilmot Tutorial FellowUniversity Lecturer Email: freya.johnston@ell.ox.ac.uk Faculty Website Teaching Undergraduate Introduction to Literary Studies seventeenth- to nineteenth-century period papers special authors and special topics Graduate MSt in English, 1700-1830 Research Thomas Love Peacock: I am general editor of the seven-volume Cambridge Edition of the


Jeavons, Professor Peter

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Professor Peter Jeavons Professor of Computer ScienceTutorial Fellow in Computation Email: peter.jeavons@cs.ox.ac.uk Department Website Research interests Algorithms and computational complexity, particularly constraint satisfaction problems Computational biology Health informatics Selected publications Minimal Weighted Clones with Boolean SupportPeter G. Jeavons‚ Andrius Vaicenavičius and Stanislav Živný In Takahiro Hanyu, editor, Proceedings of the 46th IEEE International Symposium on


Irwin, Professor Patrick

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Professor Patrick Irwin Professor of Planetary Physics and Tutorial Fellow patrick.irwin@physics.ox.ac.uk Websites    Departmental website  Personal research site    Teaching  Undergraduate: Currently 1st Year Maths, 2nd Year Electromagnetism and Optics Graduate: DPhil Supervision Academic background and research interests Patrick Irwin is an academic in the sub-department of Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Planetary Physics, working on remote


Hotson, Professor Howard

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Professor Howard Hotson studied in the University of Toronto (Trinity College, BA, MA) and Corpus Christi College, Oxford (DPhil) before holding research fellowships at the Institut für Europäische Geschichte, Mainz; Brasenose College, Oxford; Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel; Max-Planck-Institute für Geschichte, Göttingen; William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, UCLA; and British Academy (Research Readership). Before joining St


Holmes, Professor Chris

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Academic Background I moved to Oxford from Imperial College London in February 2004. At Imperial College I studied for my doctorate in Bayesian statistics, investigating novel nonlinear pattern recognition methods. This was followed by a post-doctoral position and then a lectureship at Imperial. Previous to this I worked in industry for a number of years


Hippisley-Cox, Professor Julia

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Julia qualified with distinction from Sheffield University Medical School in 1989 where she was awarded the Prize in Medicine, Surgery, General Practice and Obstetrics and Gynaecology. In 1995 she was awarded a distinction in the MRCGP examination and awarded FRCGP in 2005. She became a Member of the Royal College of Physicians in 1994, and a


Hesselberg, Dr Thomas

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Dr Thomas Hesselberg Stipendiary Lecturer in Biological Sciences Email: thomas.hesselberg@zoo.ox.ac.uk Personal Website Academic background Thomas completed his first degree in biological sciences at Aarhus Universitet in Denmark and did his PhD in biomimetics at the University of Bath. He teaches widely, both here at St. Anne’s College, at the Department for Continuing Education, and at the