Professor Graeme Earl
External Examiner for the MA in Digital Humanities
Graeme trained as an archaeologist and subsequently gained commercial and academic experience in computing, particularly in the areas of computer aided design, graphics and geographic information systems. He has a particular interest in the connections between cultural heritage, computer science and engineering. He has a passion for developing interdisciplinary research partnerships and supporting educational innovation. In recent years these have included the Portus Massive Open Online Course, the PortusLimen European Research Council project, work on Reflectance Transformation Imaging and at Portus, both funded by the AHRC, and work on human computer interaction and research narratives funded by the RCUK Digital Economy programme. His primary role in the Faculty of Humanities at Southampton is to support enterprise and research impact.