Marcus Wigan

Primary base organisation 
Download my personal Card [HERE]

Principal, Oxford Systematics                                            ABN 55 884 700 811                

I maintain a number research and mentoring links: here are some of the active ones

• The University of Wollongong, as Honorary Professorial Fellow

  1. Edinburgh Napier University, as Emeritus Professor Card (here)                  

  2. Imperial College London, as  Visiting Professor   Card (here)              

Professional and other bodies

  1. Australian Privacy Foundation, as a life member

  2. Electronic Frontiers Australia as a life member

  3. Australian Computer Society Victorian Branch Policy Committee

  4. The US TRB (the Transportation Research Board of the National Academies) as

Emeritus Member of the following Committees:

  1.     ANF20 (Bicycle Transportation)         [Emeritus at large from 7/2014]

  2.     ANF30 (Motorcycles and Mopeds)     [Emeritus at large from 1/2013]

  3.     ABJ90 (Freight Transportation Data)

  4. TT Riders Association as a member from my International Production TT Ride in 1975, With five further years of Manx GP entries also over the Mountain Course. chronicled in Motorcycle Sport (see Motorcycle Journalism page)

  5. The Ulysses Club as Member 11112

Family History in the Visitation of England and Wales Vol 13

  1. ResearchGate, Academia, SelectedWorks, Google Scholar, IEEE Xplore WorldCat and other citation and response details from dissemination website services: statistics <here>  Until Jan 18, my name at repository@napier was a very useful resource, but the design has changed and all links to it have now been removed from this website

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Marcus Wigan                                                                                 



Current Interests

Updated on 3April 2017

1975: Imola 750SS Ducati - used daily in 40miles each way London commuting and the IoM 1975 10-lap International Production TT

2015 Back to riding the 2004 Fz1.. now has Garmin L390GPS+tyre pressure sensors autolinked VIRB 1080p camera.. where 2 for an ABS?

1975: Ducati Desmo Imola 750SS,

Kawasaki Z1, exAlan Barnett’s 382cc 99.9mph flying IoM lap Aermacchi Harley- Davidson (I did a 97.1 standing stopping push start in practice)

The very latest NEWS items

10 Oct 2016 PaperITS-AN-TP067  “Soft Vehicles, Soft Roads, Soft Transport - a Shift from parallel to a coherent perspective“ presented to the 23rd World ITS Congress

26 Jan 2017 Original program of first Messiah from Scratch is on the Music Page

21 Mar 2017 Ethics and Brain Implants in the Military” published in IEEE Technology and Society

29 Mar 2017 Master Thesis on MIFOH with details of the performers and the music over 40 years (436pp) submitted

2 Apri 2017 First batch of Motorcycle Sport pieces linked to Journalism page

All other recent news itemsAll other recent items of news are on the next page, or click <here>

1980: Flying legally at a very low level over NY in a light aircraft: now impossible

Closing Rapporteur Address: MSSI Sustainability Ethics Conference

1973 Honda CR93 MRW at Brands Hatch in Southern 67 Racing Club

1975 Silverstone Honda CR93: 11th in this 125cc World Gp 125cc round

[Emeritus at large from 7/2014]

1963: Hertford College Oxford’s 4-Bump VIII bumping at Folly Bridge in Eights Week(Wide World of Sport Pic)

Click here for the Survey of Listening to Music via Hearing Aids

Adding in all my old 1960-70s “Motorcycle Sport” articles as a result of requests by vintage motoryccle enthusiasts for contemporary tests and recent tests of that period- includes details of the complex classix Honda Juno Baruffaldi hydraulic transmission scooter, the CR93 125 Honda GP racer and early desmo and V8 home builds of the time