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Tim Miller

European Bioenergy Research Institute (EBRI) 

Tim Miller

As Operations Director, I have taken a lead role in managing the development of the European Bioenergy Research Institute (EBRI) including funding management of a new building with large industry demonstration facilities and project management of marketing and knowledge transfer programmes. This includes:

    Business development and marketing programmes  
    Technology commercialisation 
    Delivery of demonstrator sites  
    Stimulation of collaborative research  
    Development and management of international projects including delivery of briefing events, overseas presentations, links with UK and Overseas governments.

I have over 20 years experience as a leader and manager working with technology projects at both strategic and operational levels. This includes over 15 years at director level in start-up companies and large organisations.  

I have represented science parks at an international level, managed large knowledge transfer projects, as well as setting up and managing a university spin out company.

This work has provided me with a good knowledge of technology, business and innovation from both the public and private sector perspective, including managing technical consultancies serving top level government and large business clients.

The total value of projects I have won is £18 million and I have managed projects worth a total of £38 million.

Position: Operations Director 
Phone: +44 (0)121 204 3583
Emailt.miller1@aston.ac.uk

Room: EB126

  • Consultant 2008 – 2011 

    Provided strategy, project management and business development services to clients in the public and private sectors. The company brings together the expertise of a number of consulting partners to provide the results required by their clients.

    Clients Included: Citizen Strategic Marketing, Chemistry Digital, Tesco, One Nottingham, ADIT North, Lincolnshire County Council, NHS, Mankind, Bull Information Systems, Kcom and a number of SMEs. 
  • Chief Executive - EMNET, 1996 – 2008   

    Established a spin out company from the University of Nottingham to provide internet strategy/consultancy services, web development, hosting and network services. The company delivered large government contracts and services for large and small business clients.  

    The company achieved international recognition in e-adoption and won EU Awards for programme design and delivery. 

    Clients included: BT, CISCO, BBC, NatWest Bank, SGI, DTI, British Council, EU, GOEM, EMDA, AWM, Welsh Assembly Government, UK Trade and Invest, National Fire Services, Capital One, Nottingham Forest, Northcliffe Newspaper Group, UK Universities
     
  • Director - United Kingdom Science Parks Association, 1995 – 1998 

    UKSPA is the national membership organisation for Science Parks based in the UK. As a Director, I represented science parks internationally and delivered consultancy projects in innovation and strategy in China and Australia.
     
  • University of Nottingham, 1992 – 1996 

    I took the lead in developing projects to bring expertise and new technology into the market place with support from a range of funding sources and private sponsors. The fields included Environmental Technology, 3D printing, Virtual Reality and Internet Technologies. Interim management of Nottingham University Consultants.
     
  • Nottingham City Council, 1988 – 1992 

    I lead the development of Innovation and Technology Transfer Strategy for the authority as well as developing new projects and providing direct support to businesses in ICT.

    Successful projects included work with The Design Council, KPMG, East Midlands Electricity, Siemens, NatWest Bank, NTL, Northcliffe Newspaper Group.
     
  • Consultant - Linway Designs Ltd - Pimlico London, 1985 – 1988

    Provided engineering consulting support services to the petrochemical industry in London.

    Clients included: ICI, British Gas, Shell, BP and Texas Eastern North Sea Inc.

 

Member of the Institute of Directors

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