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Bryce Dyer

Senior Lecturer in Product Design Bournemouth University UK


 Dyer is currently Head of Research & Professional Practice and Principal Academic in the Department of Design & Engineering. His current research interest is with the philosophy, design or performance analysis of technology used in elite sport. He has undertaken consultancy roles ranging from award winning safety signage for the RNLI to designing prosthetic limbs for athletes for the 2012 and upcoming 2016 Paralympic Games. Bryce has won several prizes for his work. Some of these include the prestigious Isambard Kingdom Brunel Award Lecture at the British Science Festival plus Times Higher Education Award nominations for ‘Outstanding Contribution to Innovation and Technology’ and ‘Outstanding Engineering Research Team of the Year’. He has also won Vice Chancellor's Awards for excellence and achievement. He has been appointed as a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, is a Chartered Scientist and a Chartered Technological Product Designer. He has published in the areas of design, technology or sport in books, academic journals and has also written for mainstream magazines such as 'Cycling Plus', 'Outdoor Fitness' and 'Triathletes World'. He undertakes extensive public engagement activity at schools, national science festivals or at events like TEDx and has appeared on both TV and radio.

Research Interest

 Perception, design and development of technology used in sport

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