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1974 BSc Mathematics, University of Southampton
1977 PhD Pure Mathematics, University of Southampton
1984 Computer Science Lecturer, University of Southampton
1986 MSc Computer Science, City University, London
1989 Begins Microcosm Project
1994 Co-founds Multicosm, which evolves to become Active Navigation
1994 Appointed Professor of Computer Science, Southampton
1996-2002 Senior Fellow at the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
1997-2002 Member of Council of EPSRC
2000 Awarded CBE
2000 Elected Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering
2003-2004 President of the British Computer Society
2004-2010 Member of Prime Minister’s Council for Science and Technology
2005-2010 Member of the Scientific Council of the European Research Council
2005-2008 Senior Vice-President of the Royal Academy of Engineering
2006 Anita Borg Award for Technical Leadership
2006 Joint Founding Director of the Web Science Research Initiative (WSRI)
2006-2008 Vice-President of the ACM
2007- Member of the British Library Board
2007- Research Affiliate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2008- Guest Professor, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
2008-2010 President of the ACM
2009- Awarded DBE

Elected Fellow of the Royal Society
2012- Dstl non-executive Board Member

Wendy Hall is interviewed by Stephen Ibaraki distinguished expert and currently President of the Canadian Information Processing Society, for his regular CIPS interview series

Dame Wendy Hall to lead major review of Artificial Intelligence in the UK

Professor Dame Wendy Hall is to lead a major UK government review on how to capitalise on the country’s status as a world-leader in the science underpinning Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology.

Dame Wendy Hall appointed Regius Professor in Computer Science

The University of Southampton is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Dame Wendy Hall to the prestigious Chair of Regius Professor in Computer Science.

Debrett’s honours Southampton luminaries in Engineering and Technology

Professors Dame Wendy Hall and Sir David Payne feature in Debrett's 500



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