Governance

OSCAR Board of Directors

 

 
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Dr Richard Liwicki

Chair of the Board and legal representative.​​​​​​

 

 

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Professor Alison Noble

Technikos Professor of Biomedical Engineering in the Department of Engineering Science, Associate Head (Industrial Liaison and Innovation) of the MPLS Division.

 

 

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Dr Matt Perkins

CEO of Oxford University Innovation

 

 

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Mr Jeremy Sims

MPLS Division Financial Controller.

 

 

 

 

 

   Management

 

 

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Professor Zhanfeng Cui

Donald Pollock Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of Oxford

Founding Director, OSCAR

E-mail: zhanfeng.cui@eng.ox.ac.uk

 

‘OSCAR offers an exciting new frontier for the University of Oxford to develop and showcase its research excellence in physical and engineering sciences, with a dedicated Centre in a unique, globally-focused environment. Situating laboratories in the impressive Suzhou Industrial Park will enable Oxford academics to strengthen existing partnerships and form new links with the myriad academies and companies based in the area, benefitting their research programmes and advancing technologies closer to market. Through these partnerships, OSCAR can develop solutions that will help to address important challenges faced not only by the UK and China, but across the globe. By locating a significant body of research activity in Suzhou, OSCAR will also provide an important window for citizens of South East Asia to better understand the true nature of Oxford’s research mission.’

 

 

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Professor Mark G. Moloney

Department of Chemistry, University of Oxford,

AS Bailey Fellow and Tutor in Chemistry, St Peter’s College,

Deputy Director, OSCAR.

E-mail: mark.moloney@chem.ox.ac.uk

‘OSCAR has become fully operational, with world-class infrastructure, and represents the culmination of a huge amount of work both in Oxford and Suzhou; it offers the prospect of an exciting and enduring international collaboration with a key role to play in the development of solutions to global healthcare, environmental and humanitarian issues.  It has already and will continue to lead the way in scientific co-operation and progress at a time when this has become essential for humankind.’

 

 

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Leah He

General Manager

OSCAR

E-mail: leah.he@oxford-oscar.cn

 

‘The operation team of OSCAR will focus on the development and delivery of administrative support for the academics from the University of Oxford and elsewhere, to set an example of quality, efficiency, reliability and integrity. We will support researchers from other overseas and Chinese research institutions through collaboration and partnership and open doors to local industrial researchers.