PROJECT AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SYMPOSIUM 

CAPABILITY MATTERS!
Accelerate your Capability to Deliv
er Viable
Project Outcomes 
13 - 15 August 2024 | Hotel Realm Canberra  



Symposium Speakers

Symposium speakers play a pivotal role in shaping the overall experience and success of an event.  The PGCS organising committee aims to choose individuals based on their experience, expertise, knowledge and ability to engage and inspire the audience.  

Speakers are chosen from various backgrounds, including industry leaders, academics, thought leaders and experts in the project and program management field. 

Please view all our confirmed speakers below. Information on their presentations can be found on the program page once available.

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Chris Debble
  DEPUTY SECRETARY | CAPABILITY ACQUISITION AND SUSTAINMENT GROUP (CASG)

Chris has extensive experience spanning the defence, industry and commercial sectors and working with Government. He also served for 37 years in the Australian Defence Force, most notably as an Air Vice-Marshal.

His most recent appointment was Chief Executive at Northrop Grumman Australia. Prior to that he worked for Airservices Australia as the program executive for OneSKY, responsible for delivering the Civil Military Air Traffic Management System for Australia.

Chris returns to CASG after previously holding the role of Senior Program Manager where he managed more than $25 billion of complex acquisition and sustainment programs including the Joint Strike Fighter, Wedgetail Airborne Early Warning and Control, Multi Role Tanker Transport and Collins Class Submarine.

Chris has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the University of Sydney. He was awarded the Conspicuous Service Cross (CSC) in 2007, and recognized in 2016 as an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO).





 
Glen B. Alleman, MSSM
  NIWOT RIDGE CONSULTING LLC | COLORADO, USA

Mr Glen Alleman more than 30 years’ experience in Program Performance Management includes aerospace, defence, electric utilities, oil and gas, pulp and paper, and enterprise IT.

Glen provides program planning and controls on US government contracts, for flight avionics systems, embedded control systems, enterprise business system, and biopharma product development.

Glen’s professional organization contributions include Joint Space Cost Council developing guidance for continuous risk management to Space Systems increase the probability cost and schedule growth in the presence of the uncertainty of complex system of systems.

Glen’s most recent book contributions include chapters The Practitioner’s Handbook of Project Performance: Agile, Waterfall and Beyond, 1st Edition, Routledge, 2019.

Journal articles and training materials or Risk Management, Earned Value Management, Government and Commercial Project Management. These works are based on a previous book Performance-Based Project Management, American Management Association, 2014 and contents in The Story of Managing Projects: An Interdisciplinary Approach, Edited by Elias G. Carayannis, Praeger, 2005.





 
Christina Snyder
  ICEAA Board President | International Cost Estimating and Analysis Association

Christina N. Snyder, CCEA® currently serves as the International Cost Estimating and Analysis Association (ICEAA) Board President. Mrs. Snyder is a CCEA® certified cost analyst with almost two decades of probabilistic modelling experience and is a senior analyst with Systems Planning & Analysis (SPA). In her current role, Mrs. Snyder acts as a strategic advisor to multiple clients, delivering products such as business case analyses, analysis of alternatives, risk/opportunity quantification, life cycle cost estimates, cost assurances, and “what-if” analyses. Building upon her mathematical foundation, her recent research has focused on effective communication to decision makers and within teams. Wanting to improve the literature on how to communicate cost estimates in a way that would inspire action and resonate, Mrs. Snyder presented “Storytelling for Cost Estimators” at the ICEAA Virtual Workshop in 2020.

In 2021, she received a best paper award for her original research surveying the cost estimating community to question “Does Cost Team Leadership Matter” –discovering that the soft skills of the cost team lead ultimately do impact team effectiveness. Knowing that technical skills alone will only take estimators so far, her 2022 paper “CE2: Communication and Empowerment for Cost Estimators” leveraged communication and empowerment training to demonstrate how all cost estimators can use soft skills to exponentially impact their analyses. Both of these papers were then published in the Journal of Cost Analysis & Parametrics.

In addition to continuously supporting the annual ICEAA Professional Development & Training Workshop, she has presented training to the U.S. Navy, the Department of Homeland Security, and the Canadian National Defence Virtual Comptrollers’ Conference. Ms. Snyder holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Applied Computational Mathematics with a Concentration in Statistics from Virginia Tech.





 
Anne Bamford OBE
  Director | 
International Research Agency & President | Education Inspiring Peace Laboratory

An educational futurist, Professor Dr Anne Bamford OBE is Director of the International Research Agency and President of the Education Inspiring Peace Laboratory and was the former Strategic Education and Skills Director for the City of London. Anne has been recognised nationally and internationally for her research in fusion skills, emerging literacies, and visual communication. She is an expert in the international dimension of education and skills and talent development and through her research, she has pursued issues of creativity, innovation, social impact and equity and diversity.





 
Jo Dawson
  Chief Systems Engineer | Department of Defence

Jo Dawson has joined The Engineering and Technical (E&T) team as the new E&T Function Chief Systems Engineer and as her mantra is,’ take opportunities and build networks’. I am sure if you have not spoken to Jo already there is a plan in place to do so in the near future. 

Jo has moved into Defence from ACT Government where she managed the Light Rail Public Private Partnership, before that Jo worked for Team Downer MSP where she lead delivery support to defence projects, Jo has had a significant career in engineering, stating that when she started out in engineering she was ready to work on anything. “Engineering pretty much lets you do anything, gives you that ability to approach problems in a structured manner and to basically solve problems,” 

Engineering is a structure by which you do it, and it doesn’t really matter what the problem is, be it buying an aircraft, a ship, a tank, a train, or whatever — but also organisational systems.” 

Jo began her career in the United Kingdom, focusing on Systems Engineering, gaining practical experience with BAE Systems, and remained with BAE after graduating, which allowed her to work on everything from Hawk fighters to Nimrod surveillance aircraft. It also taught her the value of networking. “It’s not just the training that you do, but it’s the on-the-job experience and what you can learn from other people that really helps you,” She then worked for Praxis Critical Systems a specialist safety critical software and safety consultancy on programs such as NATO ACCS and the Queen Elizabeth Class Aircraft Carrier. Jo moved to QinetiQ Boscombe Down with Fast Jet and Rotary Test and Evaluation as well as supporting the prototype Fast Landing Craft Technology demonstrator program. 

When Jo moved to Australia she became Chartered in Australia, having had received the UK’s equivalent qualification, she has subsequently achieved her Fellow and EngExec qualification with Engineers Australia.





 
Teresa Blair
  First Assistant Secretary, Contestability Division | Department of Defence Australia

Teresa was appointed First Assistant Secretary Contestability Division in 2022.

In this role, she is responsible for providing decision makers with analysis of Defence's capability investment proposals as they move through the approval pipeline to Government consideration and beyond, as well as in ensuring the integrity and health of the overall capability system. She is also the Functional lead for the Capability Analyst Job family in Defence.

Teresa is a former Navy officer and ADFA graduate who has also worked as a project and program manager in industry for a number of years, before re-joining the Department in 2008 as a public servant. Key roles include working as a project manager in the Space Systems Program Office and as the Director of Major Program Control in the Defence Materiel Organisation. In 2015, Teresa joined the Capability Life Cycle design team, which had been formed in response to the 2015 First Principles Review.

In 2018, Teresa completed a Master's degree in Politics and Policy, specialising in public policy development in a Defence context, and was promoted to the SES, where she took up the role of Assistant Secretary Maritime Analysis in Contestability Division. In this role she was responsible for the independent assurance and analysis of the Department's maritime capability projects and programs, strategic cost assurance within Defence, and for the contesting of Force Design activities overall.

In 2020, Teresa was asked to lead the development and launch of the Defence Transformation Strategy, and led the team that developed and launched the first Defence Data Strategy 2021-23. Teresa also led the creation of the new Defence Data Division in its initial stages, including acting in the inaugural Chief Data Integration Officer role.





 
Drew Nugent
  Director (Defence) | TBH

Drew is an executive leader with over 23 years of experience in the defence industry across both Australia and the United Kingdom. He has held technical, management, and strategic leadership roles ranging across Shipbuilding, System Design, Combat Systems, Maritime Sustainment, and Aerospace.

Drew has significant experience in complex project planning and controls, PMO establishment, schedule risk analysis, and change management. His skills range from devising schedule development strategies through to fully integrated project controls solutions.

Prior to taking up his current role as a Director at TBH, Drew led a large multi-national project planning and controls organisation responsible for developing and maintaining the highly complex Hunter Class Frigate Program Schedule and integrating with the broader Global Combat Ship Program

Drew resides in Adelaide but leads a national program assisting clients across the country deal with big challenges.  Drew is passionate about the defence industry and enjoys working with government, business, and industry stakeholders at all levels to deliver efficient and effective business and project outcomes.

Drew’s Experience Includes

•             Establishing schedule frameworks for high complexity program schedules

•             Leading the development of complex program schedules for major programs of work

•             Assessing maturity and quality of schedule, project control, change control, and risk analysis models, processes, and deliverables

•             Schedule dependency and integration reviews and improvement actions

•             Preparation for internal and external audits including Earned Value System Reviews and Integrated Baseline Reviews

•             Schedule Risk Analysis network development, analysis, and iteration

•             Risk and Complexity Management





 
Ceilidh Armer
  Associate | TBH

Ceilidh Armer is an Associate with TBH Pty Ltd.

Ceilidh has been employed by TBH for six years and has worked on several large and complex projects with a focus on project planning and scheduling, program reporting and supporting PMO implementations.

These projects included network transformation, voice transformation, data centre builds, and enabling services.

She is currently a member of the Hunter Class Frigate Branch Scheduling team with her primary responsibility being to maintain, further develop and enhance the SEA5000-1 IMS.





 
Val Jonas
  CEO | Risk Decisions

Val Jonas has been CEO of Risk Decisions Ltd since 1998, and is recognised as a global risk management specialist. She works closely with clients and leads conversations on the cultural, process and technical issues within the project, product, strategic and enterprise risk management world, advising organisations implementing Risk Decisions’ Predict! risk system.

Today organisations face increased risk management pressures. To help customers navigate through this change, Val helps shape risk management standards and guidance. She delivers Risk Vision masterclass sessions and Connecting Risk workshops for managers and practitioners.

She is risk subject matter expert to ISO and BSI committees (ISO 258/WG12 Earned Value Management and BSI 202001 Project Controls guide), non-executive director for the International Centre for Complex Project Management (ICCPM) and Chair of the Institute of Risk Management (IRM) Risk Leadership special interest group. Val was involved in the UK Office of Government Commerce's 'Management of Risk' guidance and collaborated on risk management guidance with the Association of Project Management, Project Management Institute, College of Performance Management and US National Defence Industry Association.

Risk Decisions develops and sells the Predict! risk management software and supporting services to global organisations, to help bring major projects in on-time and on-budget.

Val has a joint honours BA in Mathematics and Computer Science from Oxford University.



Invited Speakers



 
Mark Jeffries
  Partner, Defence Strategy and Industry | Synergy Group

I am currently focused on building Synergy's strategic policy and performance capability to provide coherent, evidence-based and decision-ready documentation for Defence and the national security community. Creating a strategy is only the start - our focus should also be on how that strategy is implemented through clear policy, how policy is executed through governance that provides assurance and accountability, and finally how performance is measured and reported.





 
Robert Osei-Kyei
  Senior Lecturer in Construction Project Management | Western Sydney University

Presenter - Dr. Robert Osei -Kyei - Senior Lecturer in Construction Project Management, Western Sydney University.

Research Project Team:
This study is sponsored by the Project Governance and Controls Symposium (PGCS) , Australia. The research team includes Dr. Robert Osei-Kyei, Associate Prof. Xiaohua Jin, Mr Isaac Akomea-and Frimpong from Western Sydney University; Mr James Bawtree from PMLogic and Mr Collin Smith from International Centre for Complex Project Management





 
Emiliya Suprun
  Lecturer | University of New South Wales, Canberra

Dr Emiliya Suprun is a Lecturer in Systems Engineering at the School of Systems and Computing (SYSCOM) and Capability Systems Centre at UNSW Canberra. 

Dr Suprun has worked on numerous research and consultancy projects with a range of large interdisciplinary teams in engineering, construction and environmental engineering and management research. Her PhD research was focused on modelling an innovation system in the context of the construction industry. Her research interests include digital engineering and industry digital transformation, systems modelling, scenario analysis, project management and operational research methods. Dr Suprun has been working closely with government agencies on projects associated with digital engineering, digital asset information management frameworks and industry digital transformation maturity.





 
Collin Smith
  CEO and Managing Director | International Centre for Complex Project Management (ICCPM)

Collin has over 23 years of commercial and management experience in a variety of senior roles across various industry sectors.  Before moving to Australia, Collin spent 8 years as a Director and Principle Consultant for a boutique business transformation management consultancy in South Africa with a particular focus on strategy development and change management.  Collin’s Australian experience includes working for Queensland University of Technology where his responsibilities included the program management of QUT’s Executive MBA in Complex Project Management in Canberra as well as a series of customised customer specific and public executive education courses.  More recently, he was a Principle Consultant and business transformation practice lead for a local Canberra based consulting firm before joining ICCPM. Collin holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree (Marketing Management) and a Master of Business Administration degree (General Strategic Management) and is a past member of the Institute of Directors Southern Africa (IoDSA), The Southern African Institute of Management Scientists (SAIMS) – Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, The Institute of Management Consultants and Master Coaches of Southern Africa (IMCSA).





 
Naomi Mathers
  Director, Industry Liason and Member Services | International Centre for Complex Project                Management (ICCPM)

Naomi works across government, defence, industry, academia and education to establish collaborative projects and build the capability needed to position Australian industry for future success. Previous projects included the establishment of Australia’s first space environmental test facility, the Advanced Instrumentation and Technology Centre (AITC) and the Victorian Space Science Education Centre (VSSEC). Naomi is an experienced board director, having served on the boards of the DFAT Australia-Korea Foundation, the Space Industry Association of Australia (Deputy Chair), the Australian Government Space Industry Innovation Council, the International Space Education Board, and the ARC Training Centre for CubeSats, UAVs, and their Applications (CUAVA).  Naomi has a PhD, a Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace) and an Executive MBA. 





 
Shankar Sankaran
  Professor | University of Technology Sydney

Shankar Sankaran is a Professor of Organisational Project Management at the University of Technology Sydney and researches project leadership and governance. He is a member of the College of Leadership and Management at Engineers Australia in its Sydney Division. He leads an initiative to develop the capability of Engineers in project governance to improve the performance of major projects





 
Tom Crow
  Management and Project Consultant | Project Chambers

Tom is a graduate civil engineer with a Master’s Degree in Building Science and a Doctorate in Strategic Planning of Infrastructure Projects. He has practised as a certified management consultant for 40 years and is also an Infrastructure Sustainability Accredited Professional. 

His experience encompasses all leadership and management responsibilities in the construction industry from project governance to client development manager, delivery strategic planning, team coach, management of change, post graduate trainer, performance auditor, project manager, supply chain manager and project controls. 

With this all-encompassing experience, in 2004 he was awarded a Doctorate in Strategic Planning of Projects. This included preparation of Maturity Models that assisted the effective formation, implementation and auditing of Project Governance Boards so as to achieve outstanding project development outcomes.





 
Ted Tooher
  Director | Tooher Gale & Associates.

Ted after qualifying in Computer Science and Civil Engineering he started as a Main Roads, Works Engineer for 200 staff and roads, bridges, and ferries. From these beginnings he went onto bigger projects including IT Health reform, and education. In 1980 with a master in Project management he moved to Project Management consulting in strategic planning, economic analysis, asset recycling, and gateway reviews for Health, Education, urban land, housing, Transport, Nuclear Fusion and Fission, Oil, and gas, Highrise, Industrial, Energy supply. He founded consulting companies in the UK, and Australia, including TSA Management in 1990, now over 500 staff. He served as Adjunct Professor and Adjunct Associate Professor, lecturing in Project Management. Author of several papers on Risk management and Complexity on projects he specialises in Economic analysis and Project Governance and gateway reviews.





 
Yvonne Butler
  Senior Research Fellow | National Security College

Yvonne Butler FGIA, FAIPM, FAICD

Yvonne Butler is a thought leader in strategy execution, governance, program management and risk management. She is highly regarded for her unique combination of deep industry knowledge, consulting expertise and global management experience across most industry sectors including not for profit and Government.

Yvonne is currently leading a project with the National Security College at the Australian National University to explore how the delivery of the Defence projects portfolio can be accelerated to meet emerging strategic threats in our region.  She is a Gateway reviewer with the Department of Finance and undertakes reviews of major Government projects.  She is also a member of the Faculty of the Australian Institute of Company Directors where she teaches Strategy and Risk on the Company Directors Course.

Yvonne was formerly Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Institute of Project Management, and Australian delegate to the International Project Management Association.   She has been an Independent Board Member for the Department of Defence and has held senior positions in leading professional services firms such Allens, Mallesons Stephen Jaques, Ernst & Young, the Kaplan & Norton Palladium Group, and major infrastructure organisations such as APP Corporation and Transfield Services.





 
David Leaney
  Managing Director | Strategium

David Leaney is a highly experienced management consultant, who understands strategy, people, process, and technology.  He has a track record of delivering benefits and quality outcomes across a range of business and technology assignments and understands how to get the best out of a team in a programme environment.  David is a lecturer in the MBA programs at ANU and the Australian Graduate School of Management, and has experience in government, utilities, banking, and engineering.  David's academic qualifications include BEng(Comms), MSc(Aero), and MBA(TechMgmt), and he is a Fellow of the Institute of Managers and Leaders (FIML) and a Certified Management Consultant (CMC).  David is the Managing Director of Australian management consultancy Strategium.





 
Ali Dibaj
  Principal | TBH

Ali is a civil engineering degree-qualified Principal with 20 years of experience, specialising in Integrated Project Controls (IPC), and Planning Management for complex projects across various industries, including extensive work across Australia, the Middle East, and Asia. His expertise encompasses the development and implementation of IPC systems and services, making significant contributions to multifaceted and multidisciplinary portfolios.

Ali initially started his career working on major construction projects, gaining excellent understanding of the technical aspect of construction.  His experience in the construction process, enables the development, implementation and management of accurate project controls systems and processes with a high focus on planning, cost management, estimation, risk, and quality assurance that can be practically implemented on site. Ali has excellent technical ability and analytical skills to provide accurate insight to enhance performance, overcome delivery problems and manage risk. 

Ali's expertise extends to major capital projects across diverse sectors including rail, energy, roads, water and wastewater, and oil and gas. He has demonstrated capability in handling projects with multiple delivery partners and complex interfaces, often working within high-pressure environments to solve challenging delivery problems. His recent years have seen him specialize in the development, integration, and establishment of IPC functions and systems, marking him as an expert in his field.





 
Ryan Darby
  Success and AI Lead | Sensei Project Solutions

Ryan is leading the drive for AI in project and portfolio management and control software at Sensei. Ryan has been implementing project management, controls and PMO's for over 20 years.

Ryan holds a Masters in Project Management, Masters in Computer Science, Advanced Certificate in Project Management from Stanford, and is a current PhD candidate in AI as applied to project management.





 
Michael Hopmere
  PhD Student - Project and Program Management | The University of Sydney

With several decades of IT project management experience, Michael Hopmere is a PhD student at the University of Sydney. Michael’s research is focused on the quantitative aspects of project management, with particular focus on machine learning and artificial intelligence techniques that may assist project, program and portfolio management professionals in their daily work managing and monitoring large project portfolios. He can be contacted at mhop9461@uni.sydney.edu.au.





 
Kym Henderson
  Chair | PGCS

Kym Henderson is an accomplished information technology project manager and project controls manager experienced in the application of EVM on major Defence projects and also commercial sector projects utilising tailored, “EVM‑like” techniques. He is currently employed as an integrated project controls consultant – Defence by TBH Pty Limited, a specialist Australian project controls consulting organisation.

Professionally, in addition to being the Chair of the PGCS Limited, he currently has the following roles:

  • Chair Standards Australia MB-012 Committee (project, programme and portfolio management) from August 2023. He is currently establishing an MB-012 Working Group to examine the feasibility of developing an ISO Cost estimating standard which could then be adopted by Australia.

  • Convenor and Project Leader of ISO Technical Committee 258 (project, programme and portfolio management) Working Group 12 from 2019 where Kym is:

    • Has lead the development the ISO EVM Implementation Guidance which is the companion “how to” International Standard which describes how EVM can implemented in accordance with the ISO EVM standard and AS4817 – 2019.

    • Is currently leading the updates to the ISO EVM Standard and ISO Work Breakdown Structure standards
He has been a long standing passionate global advocate for the adoption of EVM and Earned Schedule.

The ISO EVM standard has globalized EVM and is a significant development in promoting the worldwide adoption of the method which is still regarded as a project controls “best practice”.



Masterclass Presenters



 
Glen B. Alleman, MSSM
  NIWOT RIDGE CONSULTING LLC | COLORADO, USA

Mr Glen Alleman more than 30 years’ experience in Program Performance Management includes aerospace, defence, electric utilities, oil and gas, pulp and paper, and enterprise IT.

Glen provides program planning and controls on US government contracts, for flight avionics systems, embedded control systems, enterprise business system, and biopharma product development.

Glen’s professional organization contributions include Joint Space Cost Council developing guidance for continuous risk management to Space Systems increase the probability cost and schedule growth in the presence of the uncertainty of complex system of systems.

Glen’s most recent book contributions include chapters The Practitioner’s Handbook of Project Performance: Agile, Waterfall and Beyond, 1st Edition, Routledge, 2019.

Journal articles and training materials or Risk Management, Earned Value Management, Government and Commercial Project Management. These works are based on a previous book Performance-Based Project Management, American Management Association, 2014 and contents in The Story of Managing Projects: An Interdisciplinary Approach, Edited by Elias G. Carayannis, Praeger, 2005.





 
Christina Snyder
  ICEAA Board President | International Cost Estimating and Analysis Association

Christina N. Snyder, CCEA® currently serves as the International Cost Estimating and Analysis Association (ICEAA) Board President. Mrs. Snyder is a CCEA® certified cost analyst with almost two decades of probabilistic modelling experience and is a senior analyst with Systems Planning & Analysis (SPA). In her current role, Mrs. Snyder acts as a strategic advisor to multiple clients, delivering products such as business case analyses, analysis of alternatives, risk/opportunity quantification, life cycle cost estimates, cost assurances, and “what-if” analyses. Building upon her mathematical foundation, her recent research has focused on effective communication to decision makers and within teams. Wanting to improve the literature on how to communicate cost estimates in a way that would inspire action and resonate, Mrs. Snyder presented “Storytelling for Cost Estimators” at the ICEAA Virtual Workshop in 2020.

In 2021, she received a best paper award for her original research surveying the cost estimating community to question “Does Cost Team Leadership Matter” –discovering that the soft skills of the cost team lead ultimately do impact team effectiveness. Knowing that technical skills alone will only take estimators so far, her 2022 paper “CE2: Communication and Empowerment for Cost Estimators” leveraged communication and empowerment training to demonstrate how all cost estimators can use soft skills to exponentially impact their analyses. Both of these papers were then published in the Journal of Cost Analysis & Parametrics.

In addition to continuously supporting the annual ICEAA Professional Development & Training Workshop, she has presented training to the U.S. Navy, the Department of Homeland Security, and the Canadian National Defence Virtual Comptrollers’ Conference. Ms. Snyder holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Applied Computational Mathematics with a Concentration in Statistics from Virginia Tech.





 Val Jonas

  CEO | Risk Decisions Group

Val Jonas has been CEO of Risk Decisions Ltd since 1998 and is a recognised global risk management specialist. She works closely with clients, runs risk masterclasses, and leads conversations on the cultural, process and technical issues across project, product, business, strategic and enterprise risk management. She advises organisations implementing Risk Decisions’ Predict! risk management system, and has many white papers, articles and presentations to her name.

She is risk subject matter expert to ISO and BSI committees (ISO 258/WG12 Earned Value Management and BSI 202001 Project Controls), non-executive director for the International Centre for Complex Project Management (ICCPM) and Chair of the Institute of Risk Management (IRM) Risk Leadership special interest group. Val was involved in the UK Office of Government Commerce's 'Management of Risk' guidance and collaborated on risk management guidance with the Association of Project Management, Project Management Institute, College of Performance Management and US National Defence Industry Association.

Risk Decisions develops and sells the Predict! risk management software and supporting services to global organisations, to help bring major projects in on-time and on-budget.

Val has a joint honours BA in Mathematics and Computer Science from Oxford University.

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