Dr Adrian Geisow

Adrian was formerly the manager of displays research at HP Laboratories in Bristol, UK, conducting research into novel display technologies to enable new imaging products for Hewlett-Packard, with a particular focus on paper-like displays. Adrian was at Hewlett Packard for over 22 years and also led groups in areas such as graphical user interfaces, knowledge-based systems and electronic publishing. He has served on a number of UK government advisory panels including Foresight, LINK and the Technology Programme. Previously, he was a director of Cambridge Interactive Systems, responsible for one of the first commercial solid modelling systems for Computer Aided Design. Adrian has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from the University of Nottingham and PhD in Computational Geometry from the University of East Anglia. He is a Chartered Mathematician and a member of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, the British Liquid Crystal Society and of the Society for Information Display.

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