Professor Jane E. Raymond
Professor Raymond is Chair of Visual Cognition, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, UK and also CEO and founder of Secure Perception Research, Ltd. She has been actively engaged in basic and applied research in Experimental Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience for over 30 years and has specific expertise in human perception, selective attention and emotional response. Jane has published over 100 scientific peer-reviewed articles and has served on several international grant review panels. She also pursues an active programme of applied research that innovatively links cognitive neuroscience to consumer behaviour and marketing. She received the prestigious WPP/Google Marketing Research Award in 2010 for her work on attention to advertisement on web pages. Her recent work is heavily focused on banknotes and counterfeit detection.
MA European Law/Dipl. EuropeanEconomics
Mark Stevenson is the founder and current president of the IBDA. He has been active in the banknote industry since 1993 having worked with many industry leaders in banknote design, production and printing. Despite having a Law degree and a Diploma in European Community Law & Economics, Mark entered the banknote industry at an early age and has been active in banknote printing, automation and technology projects across the globe. Having identified the need for banknote designers to have access to more information and support, Mark joined forces with a small team of banknote designers to create the 1st International Banknote Designers Conference. This was a launch platform from which he created the International Banknote Designers Association and today the association counts members from across the world and is supported by leaders in the banknote industry.
Dr. Daniel Dodgson
Dr. Dodgson is an expert in human
cognition with a specialisation invisual attention. He has extensive experience with basic cognitive neuroscience research and has recently applied this to banknote research. He uses high tech approaches to cognitive psychology measurement including eye movement tracking, EEG, and psychophysics. He is also an expert in statistics and computational modelling, especially with regard to human decision making and cognitive control. He has worked on banknote research projects for Central Banks as well as for industrial clients and as a result has extensive experience with banknote users’ views and their cash transaction behaviours. He has presented his research at numerous international conferences and is a Research Fellow at the School of Psychology, University of Birmingham.
Vanessa Lavie graduated in 1994
from the Hotel School in Lausanne and moved to Latin America for 4 years. There she was involved in the antique business and touristic development projects in Venezuela and Costa Rica. Back in Europe, she worked several years at the Clinique la Prairie as Coordinator of the Medical Aesthetic Center. She then joined the Banknote Industry at KBA-NotaSys (formerly KBA-GIORI) where she supported the Banknote Services team in the development of the methodology for consultancy services to Central Banks as Projects Coordinator. In September 2010, she organised together with Mark Stevenson, the 1st International Banknote Designers Conference (IBDC) and is now Communications Manager for the International Banknote Designers Association (IBDA).
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