2019 Seed Call for Proposals Assessment Panel

Meet the asssessment panel who will carefully review each of the 120 applications for Seed funding we have received following our 2019 Call for Proposals, which closed on 21 March 2019.

Applicants were asked to check who's on the assessment panel and declare any direct or indirect conflicts or competition issues, so they can be recorded in our Conflicts of Interest register.

John Hine - Chair

Emeritus Professor School of Engineering and Computer Science
Victoria University of Wellington
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David Williams

Professor in Electrochemistry, Chemical Sciences
University of Auckland
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Gill Dobbie

Professor, Department of Computer Science
University of Auckland
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Kevin Ross

Director of Research
Orion Health
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Margaret Hyland

Professor, Vice-Provost (Research)
Victoria University of Wellington
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Mengjie Zhang

Professor, School of Engineering and Computer Science
Victoria University of Wellington
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Richard Green

Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering
University of Canterbury
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Mike Duke

Professor, Chair in Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering
University of Waikato
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Simon Bickerton

Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
University of Auckland
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Alistair Scarfe

Founder & Chief Technical Officer
RoboticsPlus
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The Panel will also include members of the SfTI management team, Kāhui Māori and programme office - Katharina Ruckstuhl, Stephen MacDonell, Don Cleland, Bruce MacDonald, Urs Daellenbach, Willy-John Martin, and Te Taka Keegan.

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