Bob Campbell (United States of America) is head of Science Operations at the Joint Institute for VLBI ERIC (JIVE). BS in physics (Annapolis, 1983); AM/PhD in astronomy (Harvard, 1990/1995). Post-docs at the Air Force Geophysics Lab, NFRA, and JIVE; in current function (modulo some minor re-organizations) since mid-2003. Principal interests have included gravitational lensing, VLBI astrometry/geodesy, ionospheric effects, AGN jet kinematics. Served on the IAU Division I working group for the ICRF2, and has been a member of the European VLBI Network (EVN) Programme Committee since 2006. Plays viola in the Filharmonie der Aa (based in Groningen, Netherlands).
He leads the WP6 TA1 EVN; which has coordinated since the FP6 RadioNet programme (2004). The principal functions include compiling access statistics (hours per participating station and observing team members, for TNA-eligible and ineligible projects) and liaison with users (including prospective ones) to raise awareness of the opportunities arising from TNA-eligible projects and to track down input from them after their observation(s).