ORG Microsoft Research Title BIO Dr Stewart Tansley is an engineer in the University Relations team in Microsoft Research, covering Windows Embedded and Networking products from a technical point of view. Specifically, he is responsible for helping universities around the world get the best from Windows CE .NET and Windows XP Embedded for both research and teaching purposes. Stewart was previously a Program Manager in the Windows product team responsible for IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6). Prior to joining Microsoft in 2001, Stewart worked for over 10 years in telecommunications, focusing particularly on advanced software technologies for network management for both connection-oriented and packet-based networks, and especially satellite networks. Stewart's PhD is in Artificial Intelligence for Engineering, awarded from the University of Technology, Loughborough, UK, and he has also authored a book on Software Engineering methodologies for such systems.