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Gwen is the first point of contact for postgraduate research students including those students registered on the MPhil/PhD Intelligent Games and Games Intelligence (IGGI). She helps students with any administrative queries. She also assists the research activities of the department by supporting the management of grants and other funding sources. Gwen works part-time on Mondays (9.00-12.30), Tuesdays and Fridays (full days).
Gwen has a BA in Social & Cultural Studies from Goldsmiths and is currently studying towards an MSc in Media & Communications (Data and Society) at London School of Economics.
I manage the Department’s research portfolio, UK, EU and international research projects
My background specialism is in the area of project management for projects funded by the European Commission Framework Programme (since 2005). Most recently, my experience lies both in the pre and post award management of projects funded by the UK research councils as well as other international funding bodies and organisations. My expertise lies in the areas of financial management, management of the work programme, report writing, proposal writing, project administration, dissemination & event organisation and contractual management.
Anna works as part of the Tech Team where she provides technical support for the digital fabrication facility ‘HatchLabs’. Her main roles include managing the space, maintaining machinery and equipment and providing technical support to its’ users.
Nicky maintains equipment for the Computing department, and helps staff and students with computer issues.
Room 2, Hatcham House, 17-19 St James
Nicky maintains and upgrades equipment for the Computing department, and help staff and students with computer issues. He also works with other departments and private sector partners to deliver projects including art installations, formal dinners and prototype mixed-reality performances. If you need him he's usually in the basement, the attic, the vestry or possibly the organ.
Nicky has been with the department for several years. He lives in New Cross and has a dog. Sometimes he plays accordion and dances with the Morris men.
Goldsmiths Digital Project Coordinator
Rachel coordinates the creative technology prototyping and research initiative Goldsmiths Digital at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Rachel Falconer is an independent curator, researcher and development consultant operating at the critical intersections of contemporary art practice, emergent technologies, civic data infrastructures and networked culture.
Drawing on her international experience in the film, viral and gaming industries to inform her systems-based practice, Rachel has conceived and delivered multi-scale interdisciplinary public programming, alternative exhibition models and innovative public research platforms spanning a diversity of industries and critical modes of engagement with technology.
She is regularly invited to speak to at public events and has chaired public debates at institutions including including Tate, Barbican, V&A, Royal College of Art, The Lumen Prize, Wieden & Kennedy, Rhizome, London Design Festival, and Furtherfield, and her written contributions have been published across a wide range of platforms including the Guardian, A-N, Furtherfield, Dazed Digital, and The White Review.
She is a contributing author to academic publications, most recently her chapter on distributed digital knowledge production and creative practice was published by in the Routledge Companion to Remix Studies, 2016.
- MA Curating Contemporary Art, Royal College of Art
- BA Industrial Design and Multimedia Communications UCL / Il Politecnico di Milano
AI / Machine Learning / Digital culture / speculative design / bio-technology / civic infrastructures / innovation and social enterprise / mixed-reality technologies / distributed knowledge production
- Chair: The Lumen Prize Seminar Series [2016 ]
- Curator: Cognitive Bias: Visual thinking for a digital age, The Drawing Room London, 2016
- Co-Curator: V&A Digital Futures series [ 2014, ongoing ]
- Co-Curator: Fabricating Empathy, School of Machines, Making and Make Believe, London/Berlin [ 2015]
- Curator: Maker Mile Launch, in Association with Machines Room, London and Takram Studio, Tokyo, London Design Festival] 
- Curator: SECOND FOUNDATION, after Roy Ascott, the Goethe- Institut London [ Featuring artists Claire Tolan and Kei Kreutler ]
- Curator: INFRA_SPECTION #Stacktivism Residency Cycle 2014 – 2015 in association with Bloomberg [ artists include Kari Altmann, Kei Kreutler, Matthew Plummer Fernandez and Huw Lemmey ]
- Curator: Perlin Noise – Electronic Music and Sound Art Public Programme series, The White Building Hackney Wick [ Including sound artists Claire Tolan and Annie Goh ][ 2015 ]
- Keynote Speaker: Leaky Box Scenarios - Alternative Residency Models and the Digital Age, Nordic Culture Point, FABRIKKEN, Copenhagen.
- Chair: Capture and Consumption: images and digital culture, Tate Modern
- Curator: Piratbyrån and Friends, FURTHERFIELD Gallery London 
- Chair: Capture and Consumption: images and digital culture, Tate Modern [ with James Bridle, Katrina Sluis ] [ 2015 ]
- Speaker and panelist: Cultural Value and the Digital: Practice, Policy and Theory, TATE Britain
- Speaker: Critical Value of Art and Technology residencies, ICT Art & Connect, Watermans & Brunell University [ 2014]
James deals with enquiries from current and prospective students and provides administrative support to the Computing department.
Dr Rose Hepworth
Rose is the Department Business Manager for Computing.
Mrs Karen Hodgson
Coordinates the department's finance and facilities enquiries.
Konstantin's work involves developing infrastructure for facilities management, and making sure equipment and systems are working. He is also supervising the construction of our new digital fabrication lab.
Room 2, Hatcham House, 17-19 St James
He has a B.Eng in Industrial Automation and an MFA in Sonology, and is the founder of Ukraine's first FabLab. He is also an inventor, DJ and MOOC addict.
Kart is the Programme Manager for International Programmes for the department.
Industry Employability Champion
Eilidh has joined the department as Industry Employability Champion to help grow employability opportunities for students and to increase collaboration with employers and Industry Advisory Panels. She acts as a key interface between the Computing department and industry, developing opportunities for placements, internships and other collaborations with employers.
Professional support technician, specialising in advanced Audio-visual and creative Arts technologies.
Mr Eamonn Martin
Eamonn is responsible for systems administration in the department.
Eamonn Martin's role includes:
All system administration tasks involved in maintaining and supporting Windows, Unix and Linux servers and associated hardware and software for the Department of Computing.
Development of an in-house student/course management system and associated database-backed, web-based user interfaces. Maintenance of the departmental website, including the development of a secure departmental intranet system for staff and students.
Sourcing suppliers for IT equipment and arranging hardware and software purchases.
Algorithms, neural networks, MIDI, Java.
- Systems and network integration and administration.
- Web-based database application development.
- Program transformation and analysis (eg. using Grammatech CodeSurfer)
Executive Support Officer (Online Programmes)
Lauren provides general support to the Online Programmes Development Team
Inga is the Assistant Department Business Manager for Computing (maternity cover).
Tom provides technical support to the department. he solves problems, maintains and repairs equipment, and assists with system administration. He is a qualified and experienced electrician. Tom has an MSc Computing MSc and maintains a small music studio in North London. In 2013, he was part of a small group that successfully developed, crowd-funded and delivered the Open Ware Laboratory (OWL) open source audio computing platform.