Sensors techniques in ruminants: More than fitness trackers!?
With close to forty years of experience in Food Animal Science, Dr Chris Knight is one of the most internationally reputable researchers in his field. He graduated with a BSc in 1976 from the University of Nottingham and went on to obtain his PhD from the University of Cambridge in 1980. In the following 27 years, he devoted his career to Biological Resources and Animal Physiology research at the Hannah Research Institute. In 2007, Dr Knight started researching and teaching at the University of Copenhagen. As a professor of Production Animal Physiology, his research responsibilities were focused on food animal welfare and productivity. Alongside he taught courses in Animal Science, Biotechnology, Food Science and Veterinary Medicine. Since 2016, Dr Chris Knight is self-employed and focuses on scientific publication and research networking. He still works as a guest lecturer at the Universities of Liverpool and Nottingham and offers an extensive publication and scientific presentation portfolio.
Dr Knights keynote address “Sensor techniques in ruminants: More than fitness trackers!?” at the ISRP 2019 will take place during the session on biosensors and big data management.