Speaker James Woudhuysen is a Physics graduate; Visiting Professor, London South Bank University; Co-founded and still writes for Blueprint.
Professor James Woudhuysen graduated in physics and is currently contributing to http://www.idgconnect.com and www.spiked-online.com. His most recent clients are: Agricultural Engineers Association, Amadeus, Association of Noise Consultants, Information Security Forum, Legal Week, National Bed Federation, Oracle, Sage, Tata Global Beverages, Telefonica, Vodafone, Wells Fargo, Xerox.
Speaker James Woudhuysen helped install Britain's first computer-controlled car park, in 1968; he has written articles on chemical weapons and North Sea safety, published in The Economist, in 1978 and 1985; he designed the word processor instruction manual, in 1983; contributed to multi-client study, e-commerce, in 1988 and released a proposal for Internet TV, in 1993. James Woudhuysen was the head of worldwide market intelligence, Philips consumer electronics, Eindhoven, between 1995-7.
Speaker James Woudhuysen is a Co-author for 'Robots' (Conran Foundation, 1984), 'Why is construction so backward? (Wiley, 2004), 'Energise! A future for energy innovation' (Beautiful Books, 2009) and 'Big Potatoes: the London manifesto for innovation' (Shanghai Jiao Tong University Press, 2012); and a Co-editor for 'The Wiley handbook of design and innovation: trends, scenarios and recommendations for 2030 and beyond' (Wiley, 2020).