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I-CeM Advisory Board

The I-CeM Advisory Board was set up to:

  • advise the Investigators and project team on the overall nature, strategic direction and priorities of the Project, with specific reference to the academic, scientific and technical content, and the promotion of the Project deliverables;
  • advise the Investigators and project team on enhancement variables, census enumeration geography, and planning next phases;
  • serve as a critical sounding board and assist in the development of new ideas and initiatives to support the work of the I-CeM project;
  • review, and offer feedback on, drafts of the I-CeM resource guides and teaching materials;
  • provide feedback on stakeholders’ viewpoints on a variety of issues;
  • act as an advocate to promote the aims and deliverables of the Project.

Members of the Advisory Board included:

  • Professor Michael Anderson, University of Edinburgh
  • Ms Elaine Collins, FindMyPast Ltd
  • Dr Kristine Doronenkova, Economic and Social Research Council
  • Professor Peter Elias, University of Warwick
  • Ms Claire Feary, Economic and Social Research Council
  • Dr Eilidh Garrett, University of Cambridge
  • Professor Kees Mandemakers, International Institute of Social History, The Netherlands
  • Professor David Martin, University of Southampton
  • Mr Paul Parr, General Register Office for Scotland (GROS) and ScotlandsPeople
  • Mr Andrew Payne, The National Archives
  • Dr Alison Rowlands, University of Essex
  • Professor Steven Ruggles, University of Minnesota, Minnesota Population Centre (MPC)
  • Professor Rainer Schulze, University of Essex, Department of History
  • Professor Simon Szreter, University of Cambridge
  • Mr Ian White, Office for National Statistics
  • Dr Matthew Woollard, University of Essex, UK Data Archive (Interim Chair)
  • Professor Sir Tony Wrigley, University of Cambridge

I-CeM User Network

The I-CeM User Network was set up to:

  • act as a consultation body to advise the Investigators and project team on technical and practical issues pertaining to the use of the census microdata, integrated datasets, and related GIS and data dissemination tools.
  • review, and offer feedback on the design of standard coding schemes, data enhancements, resource guides and teaching materials.
  • provide feedback on stakeholders’ viewpoints on a variety of issues.
  • act as an advocate to promote the aims and deliverables of the Project.

Members of the I-CeM User Network included:

  • Professor Paul Boyle, University of St. Andrews and ESRC
  • Dr Eilidh Garrett, University of Cambridge
  • Professor Nigel Goose, University of Hertfordshire & Local Population Studies
  • Professor Ian Gregory, Lancaster University
  • Dr Andrew Hinde, University of Southampton
  • Professor Liam Kennedy, Queen's University Belfast
  • Dr Peter Kitson, University of Cambridge
  • Ms Gill Newton, University of Cambridge
  • Professor Colin Pooley, Lancaster University
  • Dr Siân Pooley, University of Cambridge
  • Dr Alice Reid, University of Cambridge
  • Dr Leigh Shaw-Taylor, University of Cambridge
  • Professor Humphrey Southall, Portsmouth University
  • Professor Simon Szreter, University of Cambridge & Fellow, St John’s College, (Ex-Officio Chair)
  • Dr Ben Walsh, Lancaster University