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Academic staff by subject area

 

Under each heading you will find a list of academic staff associated with Keble in each broad subject area, with a brief statement of their main research interests. Further information on subject areas taught in Keble may be found in the Admissions section of the website.

 

Archaeology & Anthropology

Biological Sciences

Chemistry

Computer Science

  • Professor Stephen Cameron Tutorial Fellow in Computer Science (Spatial reasoning and robot programming)
  • Dr Irina Voiculescu Stipendiary Lecturer in Computer Science

Economics

  • Professor Tim Jenkinson Professorial Fellow in Finance (Corporate finance, especially IPOs, private equity, securitisations, the cost of capital, and capital structure)
  • Professor Kevin Sheppard Tutorial Fellow in Finance (Financial econometrics)
  • Dr Howard Smith Tutorial Fellow in Economics (Industry behaviour and organisation)
  • Dr Howard Jones Fellow by Special Election in Finance (Corporate finance, notably IPOs, other primary markets issues, and the role of investment banks)

Engineering

  • Professor Richard Darton Emeritus Fellow in Chemical Engineering (Sustainable Development, dynamic surface effects at gas/liquid interfaces,foam fractionation, water treatment, distillation and absorption)
  • Dr Felix Leach Reseach Fellow and Tutor in Engineering Science
  • Dr Anca Popescu Stipendiary Lecturer in Engineering Science

English

Geography

History

Human Sciences

Law

Management

  • Dr Howard Jones Fellow by Special Election in Finance (corporate finance, notably IPOs, other primary markets issues, and the role of investment banks)

Mathematics

Biomedical Sciences and Medicine

Modern Languages

  • Dr Michael Hawcroft Tutorial Fellow in French (Seventeenth-century French literature, especially drama)

Music

Philosophy

Physics

  • Professor Dieter Jaksch Tutorial Fellow in Physics (Quantum physics of ultracold atomic gases)
  • Dr Martin Kiffner Stipendiary Lecturer in Physics
  • Dr Daniel R. McGowan Research Associate in Medical Physics

Politics

Theology

Academic Caricature

Microscope