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Dr. Khaled Benkrid is Director of Education and Research at Arm Ltd, Cambridge, England. Prior to joining ARM in 2013, he was Associate Professor in Electronic Engineering at the University of Edinburgh, UK, where he taught and researched extensively in the areas of computer engineering, business management and entrepreneurship.
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Robert has been working as an information professional in the publishing industry since 1998, and has represented publishers in markets as diverse as Europe, Australia, the Middle East and Africa. He’s an evangelist for the use of technology as a way to drive innovation in the online publishing world. Robert originally joined Arm’s University Program in 2014 and in 2017 became part of the Arm Education Media team. His role is to promote the interactive online courses and e-first textbooks that enable students, academics, aspiring and professional engineers to keep up with the latest Arm technologies.
Nick began his career at Heinemann Educational Publishers, commissioning Maths and Science curriculum resources for UK schools. At Pearson he led product development for International and Caribbean schools across a range of curriculum subjects, before focusing on Higher Education and Applied Learning in the Middle East. Immediately prior to joining Arm, Nick was an educational product development consultant, working with organisations including Cambridge Assessment, Cambridge University Press, Macmillan Education and Hodder Education. Nicholas is now School Program Manager at Arm Ltd, Cambridge.
Sadanand Gulwadi launched his career in academia in 1992, he joined the faculty of Electronics Engineering at Norfolk State University, Norfolk, Virginia, USA after graduating with a doctorate in semiconductor materials and devices. In the summer of 1997 he joined a group of engineers at a startup called Siliconions, Inc., in Santa Clara, California, USA, until he joined Synopsys, Inc., in Mountain View, California, USA in 1998 at the end of the year. At Synopsys, Sadanand worked in the verification group for almost 13 years covering roles ranging from corporate applications engineering and technical marketing to new-technology validation and management. He returned to the field of education in 2011, where he became South Asia Regional Manager of the Arm University Program at Arm in Bangalore India. He is now the Director of Education at Arm Cambridge in the UK heading up the Arm University program which is a global program providing university academics worldwide with free teaching materials and technologies for many Computer Engineering and related courses.
Anna has a background in the not-for-profit sector and, before joining Arm, worked for the University of Cambridge. Anna is Community & Inclusion Specialist at Arm Ltd, Cambridge, where she runs Arm’s employee community engagement program, Team Arm. This involves enabling everyone at Arm to use their skills, passion and expertise to create positive change in their communities and contribute to the Global Goals for Sustainable Development. Through Team Arm, employees at Arm are able to get involved with education outreach activities with the strategic aims of closing the STEM skills gap and encouraging more young people – especially girls - to pursue STEM careers.
Rob is the Content Development Manager for the Arm School Program and has worked in education his entire career. He started as network engineer installing schools fibre optic networks and then taught Information Technology and Computer Science in secondary schools, leading departments in getting outstanding results. Rob then worked for Cambridge Assessment reforming the Computer Science A Level and GCSE in the UK and then developed assessment products for international clients for Cambridge International Education before joining Arm.