This is just a quick post to say after a fantastic six years at Horizon (4 years in the CDT & Mixed Reality Lab; 2 years as a Research Fellow) I’ve now moved jobs to work as a Lecturer in Technology Law at the University of Edinburgh. My time in Nottingham has been amazing and I’ve worked with many brilliant people there, who I hope to keep working with now (albeit a wee bit further away!). Working at Horizon and the Mixed Reality Lab has broadened my perspectives on what research can be, particularly by introducing me to a multidisciplinary way of thinking. Thankfully, that’s not going to stop, I have a number of ongoing collaborations and new projects such as Defence Against the Dark Artefacts, Memory Machine, and Towards Moral-IT & Legal-IT (to name a few). I’ll also be continuing to collaborate on new bids, papers and I’ll even be supervising a new CDT student from September, so I’ll still be around (for (m)any that are saddened by my departure ).
My new post is in the Law School at Edinburgh working with the IT/IP/Media Law group here, which is very exciting. This year I’ll be teaching LL.M modules on IT law and e-Commerce as well as continuing my eclectic research, so any blog readers from Edinburgh – get in touch too!
Originally posted at https://lachlansresearch.com/2018/08/14/new-job/