26th and 27th April 2018
Simon Timson – ex Director of High Performance at U.K. Sport and now Director of High Performance at the Lawn Tennis Association.
Lady Emma Sky OBE – From 2007-2010 she served in Iraq as a political advisor to U.S. General Ray Oliderno, an as the Governorate Coordinator of Kirkuk for the Coalition Provisional Authority 2003-2004. She is currently Director of the Yale University World Fellows program.
Sir David Dalton – Chief Executive of Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust and Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust.
Professor Vincent Walsh – Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, UCL who researches all aspects of cognition: visual search, priming, awareness, eye movements and visual memory.
Conrad Humphreys – is a triple round the world yachtsman. He competed as the youngest entrant in the Whitbread Round the World Yacht Race and as skipper, he led his team to victory in the BT Global Conrad became the fifth British yachtsman in history to complete the legendary Vendée Globe, single-handed, non-stop around the world without assistance. Most recently Conrad was the professional skipper onboard the tiny 23ft open boat, Bounty’s End in the recreation of Captain Bligh’s epic story of survival, Mutiny on the Bounty for Channel 4.
Dr Sam Vine – is a Psychologist with a broad range of interests in the area of skill learning, expertise and performance under pressure. Sam uses eye tracking and VR technology to examine the psychological and physiological processes that mediate motor skill and decision making performance in safety critical settings. Sam has worked within the NHS, the MOD and Civil aviation and with Olympic athletes.
Professor Paul J. Taylor – is a psychologist who has spent the last 20 years unpacking the ‘black box’ of how human interactions works. Combining experimental, archival and field methods, Paul’s research has revealed both the nature of ‘interpersonal sensemaking’ and what happens when this sensemaking breaks down. He has particularly focused on interactions in ‘crisis’ environments, translating what we know about interaction to verbal and nonverbal strategies that promote cooperation. His work has received numerous awards, including a Metropolitan Police Commissioner commendation and the European Association of Psychology and Law’s mid-career excellence award.
How to find us:
Xfi Building, University of Exeter, Rennes Drive, Exeter EX4 4ST
The package includes:
Full access to the conference including delegate pack.
All refreshments and buffet lunch.
Evening drinks reception Thursday 26th April.
Links to hotels in Exeter
To be confirmed.