PhUSE Founder and Chairman of the Board

Position

Provides a high-level oversight for the successful delivery of all global PhUSE events ensuring high-quality content and maintaining budgetary control. Includes PhUSE annual Connects, Computational Science Symposiums and Single Day Events.  Click here to view the Terms of Reference for the position of Global Events Director.

 

Stephen Bamford


 

 

Stephen founded PhUSE in 2004 and held the position of President until 2011.  Stephen was nominated to the position of EU Events Director in 2013 and now holds the position of Global Events Director.

Contact Stephen: stephen.bamford@phuse.eu

 


 

Sub Committee Details

2018 Conference Committee:

Conference Chair - Katja Glass - katja.glass@phuse.eu

Conference Co-Chair - Michael Harris - michael.harris@phuse.eu

The Conference Chair and Co-Chair are responsible for defining the membership of the Conference Committee and ensuring an effective working committee with a good balance of skills, experience and backup facilities. Click here to learn more about the Conference Committee. 

  

Single Day Event (SDE) Committee:

EMEA Director - John Salter - john.salter@phuse.eu

The SDE Coordinators are responsible for providing support to the individual SDE Leads and ensuring the objectives of the SDE's are met. 

 

The Other PhUSE Board Members

Click on the links below to view the other PhUSE board members and their roles.

Operations Director
Adrienne Bonwick
Finance Director
John Hirst
Americas Director
Chris Hurley
Working Group Directors
Scott Bahlavooni and Chris Price
Technical Director
Anup Patel
Membership Director
Frank Senk
Education Director
Beate Hientzsch
Global Events Director
Stephen Bamford
APAC Director 
Sarvesh Singh
Communications Director 
Sascha Ahrweiler
Special Projects Director
Yvonne Moores
EMEA Director
John Salter

 



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