Sabine Kurjo McNeill

National Co-ordinator

 After having studied mathematics and computing, I diagnosed software at CERN, Geneva. On duty trip to California, I suffered a serious car accident which caused me to become an event organiser, web publisher, online activist and software designer. 
After having studied in Germany and worked at the European Centre for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva, I came to London in 1981. I organised weekly events that continue till this day at St. James's Piccadilly as well as larger conferences.

At the House of Lords and Commons I have been organising meetings called "Forum for Stable Currencies".

Since 1996 I have practised "software aided thinking" with the outcome of three most fundamental software methods:

** a new approach to analysing digital images for "measuring visually"
** layering multi-dimensional data for improved visual interpretation
** forecasting time series at any interval.

"3D Metrics" is thus my "professional life with zest" while the "Forum for Stable Currencies" is my "social life with meaning".
Sabine Kurjo McNeill
National Co-ordinator
Forum for Stable Currencies


0044 20 7328 3701



Areas of Expertise:
system analysis and knowledge Management
metrology and measurements
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