Dr Fran Taylor
Impact and Partnership Development Officer/Manager
Innovation Centre Phase 2
Innovation Centre Phase 2, University of Exeter, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4RN, UK
Office hours: 0.6 FTE - normal work pattern: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, - 08.00-16.00
0.6 FTE - normal work pattern: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, - 08.00-16.00
I am currently working a split role with part of my week as an IPDM project managing a collaborative BEIS funded Greeghouse Gas Removal project - SeaCURE, with Paul Halloran in Geography as PI, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Brunel University and TP Group. Phase 1 runs until Dec '21. Phase 2 begins early '22 if funding is successful.
In my other role as an Impact and Partnership Development Officer I support degree apprenticeships within the University of Exeter's College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences. I work with a team of colleagues and industry partners to facilitate the development of new programmes and maintenance and smooth running of existing programmes. In particular, I work on engagement with business partners for the Data Science (MSc and Level 7 apprenticeship) programme.
If you have any questions or require further information please feel free to get in touch
BSc - Geography - University of Liverpool
MSc - Geographical Information Systems - University of Edinburgh
PhD - Remote sensing of rural water leaks using hyperspectral & microwave data, combined with canopy reflectance modelling - University of Edinburgh
I was based at Edinburgh University for 11 years where undertook two post graduate degrees and a post doc. In between my studies I was a GIS trainer, GIS and environmental consultant and set up the NERC Field Spectroscopy Facility. I then moved back to Devon (where I grew up), and spent 6 years at South West Water where I was a Leakage Analyst (this is what my PhD was in!) and latterly an Organisation Development Consultant managing change projects across Pennon Group.