Julian has been researching in the field of AI for 25+ years working on multiagent systems, agent-based modelling and more recently application of ML. He works in the Computer Science department at the University of Bath, where he also did his PhD more years ago than he cares to remember. Julian's primary research area is the engineering of sociotechnical systems, focussing on value representation and reasoning for ethically-aligned design and operation. Beyond computer science, he has active collaborations with mechanical engineering, biology, electrical engineering, psychology and social policy. He is active in AI-related standards-making at BSI, ISO (SC42/WG3 "Trustworthiness") and IEEE (P7003 Algorithmic Bias Considerations).