Fabian Monds

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Fabian Monds, CBE (born 1 November 1940) is a BBC Governor with responsibility for Northern Ireland. Appointed in 1999, in June 2003 his term of office was extended until 31 July 2007. He has contributed to economic development and inward investment initiatives, particularly in Londonderry, Fermanagh, Omagh and West Belfast.

Monds was director of the Institute of Mathematics, becoming Dean, and later, Pro-Vice Chancellor, of the Magee Campus of the University of Ulster. Until recently, he was the Chairman of Invest Northern Ireland, the province's main economic development organisation. His research interests include telecommunications and entrepreneurial studies. He is Chair of Northern Ireland's Centre for Trauma and Transformation in Omagh, County Tyrone.[citation needed] He is the former Northern Ireland co-chair of the U.S.-Ireland R&D Partnership Steering Group.[1]

Career[edit]

  • Emeritus Professor of Information Systems of University of Ulster.
  • Founding partner of Medical and Scientific Computer Services Ltd., Lisburn
  • Founding partner of WesternConnect Ltd., Londonderry

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Halpin, Killian; Kerri-Ann Jones and Fabian Monds (04/07/14). "A Trilateral Partnership for Supporting Research and Relationships". Science & Diplomacy 3 (2).