Andy Crabtree is Professor of Computer Science at the University of Nottingham. He has a background in philosophy and sociology and conducting interdisciplinary research in computing. He is a leading proponent of ethnomethodologically-informed studies, including ethnographic studies, of technology in use and prospective innovation contexts. His research shapes innovation around the social character of computing and its acceptability to citizens directly affected by the ongoing development of the digital world and its integration with everyday life. He was the first ethnographer to be awarded a Senior Fellowship by the EPSRC, holds a grant portfolio of +£30M, and has published over 150 peer-reviewed scientific articles, along with three textbooks on the relationship between ethnography and the research and development of computing systems. He has a Google h-index of 53. He is currently Co-I with the Horizon Digital Economy Hub, the DE investigator-led project Experiencing the Future Mundane, and the Trusted Autonomous Systems Node on Governance and Regulation plus various TAS projects that seek to enable responsible innovation in the development of autonomous systems and AI.