The Team

 
Principal Investigator
Dominic Oldman
Currently the Deputy Head of the British Museum’s Information Systems department and specialises in systems integration, knowledge representation and Semantic Web/Linked Open Data technologies. He is a member of the CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model Special Interest Group (CRM SIG) and chairs the Bloomsbury Digital Humanities Group. A law graduate he also holds a post graduate degree in Digital Humanities from King’s College, London
Development Manager
Dr Barry Norton
He has worked on data-centric applications development since the mid 90’s and holds a PhD on Semantic Web and software architecture topics from the University of Sheffield. Before working at the British Museum he worked as a consultant Solutions Architect following a ten year academic career at universities in Sheffield, London (Queen Mary), Karlsruhe, Innsbruck and at the Open University.
 
Project Consultant
Ken Hamma

Consultant at Yale Center for British Art, the Office of Digital Assets and Infrastructure at Yale, and the Museums and Art Conservation Program at the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.