Professor David Hogg


Professor David Hogg is Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Innovation. He is responsible for promoting the University’s research agenda, developing opportunities, encouraging regional, national, and international collaborations, and working with faculties to develop effective structures and infrastructure for the support of research.

David is a computer scientist with research interests in the areas of computer vision and artificial intelligence. He has twice been head of the School of Computing and was Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Communications and IT from 2000-2004. He is also Co-Director of the N8 High Performance Computing Facility, a director of Medilink (Yorkshire and Humber) Ltd, and Chair of the EPSRC Strategic Advisory Team for ICT.
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Assistant: Gaynor Butterwick