Jeff Pan is a chair of the Knowledge Graph Group at the Alan Turing Institute and is a member of the School of Informatics at The University of Edinburgh. He is currently leading the Knowledge Graph team at the Edinburgh Research Centre. His research focuses primarily on knowledge representation and artificial intelligence, in particular on knowledge based learning and reasoning, and knowledge based natural language understanding and generations. He is a key contributor of the W3C OWL (Web Ontology Language) standard. He led the development of the award-wining TrOWL reasoner. He is the Chief Editor and main author of the first book on Knowledge Graph. As the Chief Scientist and Coordinator of the first EU Marie-Curie project on Knowledge Graph (the K-Drive project), he coordinated 22 Marie Curie Fellows, including those from IBM and Expert Systems. He is a recipient of the Changjiang Scholar Award.