Stewart Sinclair graduated from Cambridge University in 1967 with a degree in Natural Sciences. He obtained a M.Sc. in Information Processing in the Health Service from Exeter University in 1973. After working on an early government sponsored database project in the Health Service, he became Cambridgeshire County Council’s first database administrator in 1978 where he also coordinated and supported the introduction of personal computers in the early 1980s.
After leaving the County Council, he was involved in the teaching of the use of software, the conversion of assembler database programs, and in developing accounting software for schools for IBM. He has worked for CASP since 1990, supporting and developing all aspects of computing within CASP, but particularly the use of databases within GIS.
- Scott, R.A., Ramsey, L.A., Jones, S.M., Sinclair, S. and Pickles, C.S. (2005). "Development of the Jan Mayen microcontinent by linked propagation and retreat of spreading ridges". In Onshore-Offshore Relationships on the North Atlantic Margin, Proceedings of the Norwegian Petroleum Society Conference, Trondheim, Norway, Norwegian Petroleum Society Special Publications 12: p69-82