Margaret Ross (academic)

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Margaret Ross with her MBE in the British Computer Society Atrium

Margaret Ross MBE, FBCS is an Emeritus Professor of Software Quality at Southampton Solent University.[1] She serves on the BCSWomen Committee of the British Computer Society.

BCS Women is a specialist group for networking and sharing knowledge amongst women computing professionals.[2] She was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from Staffordshire University, Hon FBCS and the John Ivison Award from the BCS. Margaret's work was recognised in 2008 with the MBE.[3]

Professional qualifications[edit]

Appointments[edit]

  • Conference Director of the annual series of BCS Software Quality Management international conferences (since 1992)
  • Conference Director of the annual series of international educational BCS INSPIRE conferences (since 1995)
  • Member of the Editorial Board, and previously Associate Editor, Europe, for the Software Quality Journal[4]

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