Tom McEwan joined Edinburgh Napier University in 1998. He served as chair of BCS Interaction SG 2009-11, having held since 1999 a number of other roles for the group. His research interests are knowledge exchange and public communication (winning UK awards for collaboration with industry and as editor of Interfaces magazine), and human-centred commercialisation of university research (he recently co-ordinated several spin-out programmes). He is the Scottish member of the BCS Government Relations Group, developing BCS’s position statement on Citizen Engagement including digital access and inclusion, based on BS 8878. He sits on several journal and conference committees, represents the UK on SIGCHI International Public Policy Committee and the European Society for Socially Embedded Computing (eusset.eu). His first professional career was as a singer songwriter, and tgmcewan.wordpress.com contains over two hundred of his songs and details of more than a thousand past performances.
McEwan, T., Cairncross, S. (2010). Hallelujah! Using Topical Examples to Illustrate Ethical and Business Issues for Engineers. In: (Ed.) Proceedings of FIE2010, , () ( ed.). (pp. ). Arlington, VA, USA: . IEEE Computer Society.See all publications