James Tripp (Senior Academic Techologist)
Some useful resources can be found on the CIM Academic Technology page.
My role as an academic technologist is to support the use of technology in teaching and research at CIM. I design and teach the lab sessions for IM902: Approaches to the Digital and IM904: Digital Objects, Digital Methods and support the IM921 Visualiation labs. I also provide R workshops teaching programming and basic statistical methods for Q-STEP. I develop software tools and maintain the CIM Linux servers.