Below you can see a selection of featured Nous Global members
Professor Paul Foley
Director of Tech4i2 - UK
Professor Paul Foley is a director at Tech4i2 Ltd. He was previously Head of the Department of Corporate Strategy and Professor of Economic Development and Evaluation at Leicester Business School in England. Paul has led major business studies for local, regional and national governments, the European Commission and other international organisations. He has also undertaken more than 30 evaluation studies associated with economic development, GTET, business development and technology adoption for the European Commission and international organisations.
Prof. Foley has been a consultant and adviser to all tiers of national governments and international organisations in undertaking work to support evidence based policymaking and impact assessments. Paul has more than 25 years experience in successful policymaking, government administration, social inclusion and business competitiveness. He has published more than 150 peer-reviewed articles and ten books and is a board member of several International Journals. He is the most cited Policy and Politics author this century.
Professor Nico Grove
CEO of IEM - Germany
Nico Grove is the head of the Institute for Infrastructure Economics and Management, Munich. In addition, he holds a junior professorship at Bauhaus-University Weimar, lectures at Regensburg University and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, where he received his Ph.D. He was visiting professor at the CIS, Stanford Law School, Stanford University in 2011/2012. He is also an active serial entrepreneur and supports new companies in high scalable growth. Prior to joining IEM he worked in strategy consultancy at Accenture Strategy and A.T. Kearney and also in media production companies for TV broadcasters.
He holds a Master in Business Administration (Dipl.-Kfm.) and a Master of Business Research (MBR) degree from the Munich School of Management, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, as well as a Master in Economics (MEc) from the Macquarie University Sydney.
Professor Jon Peha
Professor at Carnegie Mellon University - USA
Jon Peha is a Professor of Electrical Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon. He served in the US Government at the Federal Communications Commission as Chief Technologist, in the White House as Assistant Director of OSTP, in the Commerce Committee of Congress, and at USAID where he helped launch and lead a US Government interagency program to assist developing countries with information infrastructure. In industry, he has been Chief Technical Officer for three high-tech companies.
At Carnegie Mellon, he was Associate Director of the Center for Wireless & Broadband Networking. His research spans technical and policy issues of information networks, including spectrum management, broadband Internet, wireless networks, video and voice over IP, communications for emergency responders, universal service, privacy, secure Internet payment systems, online dissemination of copyrighted material, and network security. Dr. Peha holds a PhD in electrical engineering from Stanford. He is an IEEE Fellow and an AAAS Fellow, and has received the FCC’s “Excellence in Engineering Award,” the IEEE Communications Society TCCN Publication Award, and the Brown Engineering Medal.
Co founder of time.lex - Belgium
Hans Graux is a co-founder of the IT law firm time.lex. He has participated in a large number of international policy studies and research into policymaking and service delivery in the areas of health and social inclusion primarily for the European Commission and various European Agencies. In particular, Hans led a study to design an ex post framework for conducting regulatory impact assessments, in order to proactively measure their socio-economic impacts on society.
Hans’ expertise lies in the collection of legal and administrative information in cross border studies, in the analysis of strategy development and policy choices, and in formulating policy recommendations to enhance social inclusion.
Recent work for the European Commission has included various impact assessments, and other projects focused on Health service provision, eBusiness, data protection, broadband deployment, electronic identity management, cybercrime and cloud computing.
Professor Wanbil Lee
Principal of Wanbil & Associates - Hong Kong
Prof Lee’s computing career spans more than five decades, covering mainly banking, government and tertiary education sectors in various countries. His main field of interest is Information Security Management, with special focus on Computer Auditing and Ethical Computing. He teaches, consults and publishes in these areas, and sits on several professional bodies and government committees and boards including the Advisory Board of the e-Center, Vienna, the editorial boards of two international journals on Computer Ethics and the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers, etc. He is currently Principal of Wanbil & Associates and President of The Computer Ethics Society, and has adjunct professorial appointments at several local and overseas educational institutions.