A talk by Craig J. Mundie, President of Mundie & Associates
Hosted by the Rector, Professor H.R. Woudhuysen, and Professor Matthew Freeman, Head of Department, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology
5pm, Thursday 23 May
The Oakeshott Room, Lincoln College
There will be a post-seminar drinks reception held in the Langford Room, Lincoln College.
This talk is open to all members of the University of Oxford.
|Craig J. Mundie is President of Mundie & Associates. He joined Microsoft in 1992 and retired in 2014 as Chief Research and Strategy Officer (since 2007) and the Principal Technology-Policy Executive (since 1998). Previously he was the CEO and co-Founder of Alliant Computer Systems. He was co-Executive Chairman of Bridgewater Associates (2015-16). He is a Director of the Institute for Systems Biology. He advises Microsoft, Exicure, Ironnet Cybersecurity, SomaLogic, OpenAI, and the Cleveland Clinc. Craig Mundie served Presidents Clinton, Bush, and Obama on the NSTAC and was on Obama’s PCAST.|