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2022 Keynote Speakers


Prof. Shuliang Li, University of Westminster, UK & School of Economics & Management, Southwest Jiaotong University, China

PhD, Fellow (Life) of the British Computer Society
Reader in Business Information Management & Systems Westminster Business School, University of Westminster, United Kingdom

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Biography: Prof. Dr Shuliang Li is a Reader in Business Information Management at Westminster Business School, University of Westminster. He acted as BIM&O departmental Research Leader from January 2010 to July 2013. He is a life Fellow of the British Computer Society (FBCS). 
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Prof. Adrian Hopgood, University of Portsmouth, UK

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Biography: Adrian Hopgood is Professor of Intelligent Systems at the University of Portsmouth, where he is Director of the Future & Emerging Technologies theme and of the South Coast Centre of Excellence in Satellite Applications. He is also a visiting professor at the Open University and at Sheffield Hallam University. He is a Chartered Engineer, Fellow of the BCS (the Chartered Institute for IT), and a committee member for the BCS Specialist Group on Artificial Intelligence.
Professor Hopgood has extensive experience in both academia and industry. He has worked at the level of Dean and Pro Vice-Chancellor in four universities in the UK and overseas, and has enjoyed scientific roles with Systems Designers PLC and the Telstra Research Laboratories in Australia. His main research interests are in artificial intelligence and its practical applications. He has supervised 19 PhD projects to completion and published more than 100 research articles. His text book "Intelligent Systems for Engineers and Scientists” is ranked as a bestseller and its fourth edition is due in 2021.


Prof. Daniel O'Leary, University of Southern California, USA

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Biography: Daniel E. O’Leary is a tenured full professor at the University of Southern California (USC), in the Marshall School of Business. He received his Ph. D. from Case Western Reserve University and his master’s degree in management science and statistics from the University of Michigan. Dan formerly worked with KPMG in their consulting practice. Professor O’Leary recently was named a Fulbright – Hays Scholar recipient and was a co-author on a paper that was named the winner of the 2020 Paul Gray “Thought Provoking” Paper award. Professor O’Leary’s book, Enterprise Resource Planning Systems book, published by Cambridge University Press has been translated into both Russian and Chinese. Professor O’Leary’s research focuses primarily on the use of emerging technologies, big data and artificial intelligence in business.

 


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