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  • Mark Shepherd
  • Sara Shepherd
    Editor, Mobile Journalism & Innovation Team
  • keith sherlock
  • ShermanMorAQ ShermanMorAQ
    Market Intelligence
    Founder & CEO
  • Lei Sheu
  • Barry Shields
  • Barry Shields
  • Iain Shields
    Technical Product Manager
    Red Bee Media

    Iain is enjoying a long career in linear television at Red Bee Media and over the years he has been involved in most of the high profile HD and UHD channel launches in the UK. As a specialist in engineering highly complex live and reactive channels, Iain now works in Product Management bringing these Playout features to a wider market.

  • Georgi Shirkov
  • Nicholas Shoot
  • Michael Short
    Chief Scientific Advisor
    Department for International Trade

    Chair of the UK5G International Working Group

    Dr Mike Short CBE, after 30 years in telecommunications with Telefonica, joined the Department for International Trade (DIT) as the department’s first chief scientific adviser in December 2017. Mike leads the science and engineering  profession  in  the  department  and  ensures  its  policy  is informed  by  the  best  science,  engineering  and  technical  advice.  He advises  on  the  technical aspects of future trade deals as DIT looks to create new arrangements following Brexit, and works with  the  UK’s  research,  development  and  academic  communities  to  boost  scientific  and engineering exports.

    Mike has over 40 years’ experience in electronics and telecommunications and served as vice president of Telefonica, the  parent  company  of  the  O2  mobile  phone  network,  for  17  years  to December 2016. In this post, he managed the launch of 2G (GSM) and 3G mobile technologies in the UK, and  led  research  and  development  for  Telefonica  Europe. His  career  also  includes  the promotion  of  international  technical  standards  in  mobile  technology,  and  he  is  also  a  former Chairman of the Global GSM Association, the UK Mobile Data Association, and president of the Institution of Engineering and Technology.

    He is currently  a visiting professor at  the  universities of  Surrey,  Coventry,  Leeds,  Lancaster and Salford,  where  in  recent  years  he  has  led  the  development  on  collaborations  in  areas  such  as smart cities, digital healthcare, cybersecurity and driverless vehicles. He was honoured with a CBE in 2012 for his services to the mobile industry.

  • Mike Short
    Chief Scientific Adviser
    Department for International Trade

    Chair of the UK5G International Working Group

  • Vinayak Shrivastava
    qualcomm india
  • Umesh shukla
  • Joao Silva
  • Michael Silvano
    IT Manager
    St Margaret Mary's Junior School
  • J Silver
  • Andy Sime
  • Dimitra Simeonidou
    The University of Bristol’s Smart Internet Lab

    Dimitra Simeonidou is a Full Professor at the University of Bristol, the Director of the Smart Internet Lab and Head of the High-Performance Networks group (HPN). Her research is focusing in the fields of high performance networks, programmable networks, wireless-optical convergence and smart city infrastructures. Dimitra has been the Technical Architect and the CTO of the smart city project Bristol Is Open. She is currently leading Bristol’s 5G urban pilots.

    She is the author and co-author of over 400 publications, numerous patents and several major contributions to standards.

    She has been co-founder of two spin-out companies, the latest being the University of Bristol VC funded spin-out Zeetta Networks,, delivering SDN solutions for enterprise networks.

    Dimitra is a Royal Society Wolfson scholar.

  • stuart simpson
  • Helen Simpson
  • Ian Simpson
    Lambda Ecosse RF ltd

    BSc CEng MIET

    Sucessfully deployed systems for o2, Vodafone, Cable and Wireless, THUS, ScottishTelecom, ScottishPower, SouthernWater ( SW's representative on TAC... Water industry Telecoms Advisory Committee).

    Microwave links (ip, SDH, PDH, space diveristy, 6+0, cellular backhaul), Point to multipoint WAN (Scottish Government Pathfinder), Fixed Radio Access telephony, Emergency Generation radio, PMR, MPT1411 Scanning telemetry, Tunnel leaky feeder, Site UHF system.

    Safety critical systems rolled out at Nuclear power stations (Torness, Hunterston, Chapelcross), Conventional Power stations (Longannet, Cockenzie, Methil), Hydro  sites (Cruachan, Galloway Hydros), Petrochemical sites (Grangemouth, Sullom Voe), windfarms, Schools sites.

    Roll-outs from Brighton to Muckle Flugga (most northerly tip of Shetland).

    Submissions presented to Infrastructure Commission for Scotland

  • Julian Simpson
    Business Development Director
    b4b technology Ltd
  • Harkirit Singh
    Tata Communications
  • Rahul Singh
    SAP Business One Developer
  • Ranjeet Singh
  • Ken Singleton
    Managing Partner
    Broadband Access Strategies LLP
  • Rosalind Singleton
  • Raj Sivalingam
    WHP Telecoms
  • Aparajithan Sivanathan
    Senior Software Engineer
    University of Sheffield AMRC
  • Karthe SJ
  • David Sklair
    Harrow Council
  • Adrian Slatcher
    Manchester City Council
  • Daniel Slee
  • Maggie Slowik
  • fawaz slqahtani
  • Melanie Smans
    Economic Development Manager
    South Oxfordshire District Council
  • Michelle Smart
    TEC Development Lead
    Perth and Kinross Council
  • neil smith
    digital transformation director
  • Abbie Smith
  • Abbie Smith
    Senior Marketing Executive
    Meridian Mobility
  • Andrew Smith
    5G Strategy Lead
  • Duncan Smith
    Chronos Technology Ltd
  • Frances Smith
    Sunderland City Council
  • Harrison Smith
    Research Associate
    Newcastle University
  • Ian Smith
    Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport
  • Jonathan Smith
    Business development
    Reece Innovation
  • Kevin Smith
    System Agency