Dr Ian Wilson is an Associate Professor in Computational Intelligence and Head of Computer Science. He provides subject leadership for the suite of computer science courses. His research interests include soft system optimisation. He is currently working with Thales, ITSUS Consulting, Digital Health and Care Wales and Aurora International Consulting on a range of security, critical infrastructure, natural language processing and soft system virtualisation projects. His main focus is on mentoring colleagues and supporting their curriculum focused research interests.
Professor Andrew Ware's research interest centre on deploying intelligent computer systems (Artificial Intelligence and Data Science oriented solutions) to help solve real-world problems. Andrew is currently working on AI-related projects with several industrial and commercial partners, including Tata Steel, Wye Education and Auora International Consulting. Andrew is a Regional Director of Techno Camps, which seeks to engage young people with computing and its cognate subjects, and Director of Research for the Wales Institute of Digital Information.
Dr Janusz Kulon is an Associate Professor in Biomedical Engineering and Computing who teaches robotics, secure programming and advanced data structures and algorithms. His research interests include medical applications of computing, design of medical instrumentation, digital signal processing and knowledge based and expert systems. Janusz is currently working on several projects in collaboration with Cardiff and Vale University Health Board and the Institute of Dermatology, University Hospital of Wales. Janusz teaches on the MSc Computer Science, BSc Computer Science and BSc Computer Games Development.
Dr Christopher Tubb is the Course Leader for BSc (Hons) Computer Science and MComp Computer Science. He teaches programming, robotics and machine learning. His PhD thesis considered the integration of navigation into a behavioural based control scheme for mobile robots. Current research interests the role of robots within human environments and maintaining safe and useful interaction between robots the environment and human occupants and users. Chris teaches on the BSc Computer Science and the MSc Artificial Intelligence.
Dr Mike Reddy is the Course Leader for BSc (Hons) Computer Games Development and MComp Computer Games Development who teaches computer systems, game development fundamentals, teamwork and professional practice. His research interests include work on Virtual Reality. Mike teaches on the BSc Computer Games Development and BSc Computer Science.
Dr Mabrouka Abuhmida is a Lecturer in Computer Science and is the course leader for BSc (Hons) Artificial Intelligence with Computer Science. Mabrouka teaches on the BSc Computer Science and BSc Artificial Intelligence with Computer Science.
Dr Marius Miknis is the Course Leader for MSc Computer Science. He teaches real time rendering, programming, distributed computing and parallel programming . He has research interests in image processing and virtual reality. Marius teaches on the MSc Computer Science, BSc Computer Science and BSc Computer Games Development.
Dr Shiny Verghese is a Lecturer in Computer Science. Shiny teaches on the BSc Computer Science and BSc Computer Games Development. She teaches C++ Programming, Data Structures, Algorithms and Event Driven Programming. With a research interest in human-computer interaction, her PhD thesis is in design parameters for online psychometrics. Shiny is also interested in educational research and has recently completed a research in design parameters for online assessments, funded by the Kuwait Foundation of Advancement of Sciences.
Simon Downes is a Lecturer in Computer Science who is researching image processing associated with skin cancer alongside his teaching responsibilities. Simon teaches on the BSc Computer Science, BSc Computer Games Development and BSc Artificial Intelligence with Computer Science.
Dr Carl Jones is a Senior Lecturer in Computer Games Development who teaches real time rendering. He has a research background in medical imaging and 3D capture. Carl teaches on the BSc Computer Games Development, BSc Computer Science and MSc Artificial Intelligence.
Dr Gaius Mulley is Senior Lecturer in game engine design, game toolkit development and networks and has passionate research interests including the performance of microkernels and compiler design. Gaius teaches on the BSc Computer Games Development and BSc Computer Science.
Kirsty Perrett is a research student associated with Thales who is researching Cyber Maintainable Safety Critical Complex Systems.
Kim Smith is a research student associated with Thalis who is researching security.
Laurence Jones is a research student associated with NWIS who is researching natural language processing.
Elliot Naylor is a research student working on image processing related to skin cancer.
Daniel Harris is a research student working on virtualisation and visualisation of cyber security processes.
Ieuan Griffiths is a research student is working with predictive maintenance in collaboration with Tata Steel.
Mthabisi Nyathi is a research student working on structural health monitoring with deep learning.
Khalid Ali is a research student working in the area of Virtual Reality.
Eftychia Lakka is a research student is looking at the use of artificial intelligence to facilitate 3D design.
Nick Leney is a research student is looking at change management within education establishments. Nick is deputy head teacher at Inter High online school.
Michal Zak is a research student working with intrusion detection systems.
Sebastian Haigh is a research student researching novel 3D positioning, localisation and measurement systems for medical applications.
Peter Donnelly is a research student investigating anomalies in industrial control system behaviour.
Andrew Johnson is a research student working with Side Attack Computer Security.
Ewa Dalek-Trudnowska is a research student investigating the legal and ethical issues of artificial intelligence in industry.
Eduard Andrei is a research student working in the area of machine learning applied to non-attendance rates in the NHS.
Gethin Dibbon is a research student is working on machine learning applied within the area of computer security.
Andrea Gelmini is a research student investigating 5G connection infrastructure and SCADA systems.
Matthew Evans is a research student working on computer security.
Richard Bishop is a research student working on Big Data Analytics for predicting talent trends and demands.
Konstantinia Charitoudi's thesis is: A Socio-Technical Complex Adaptive System's Perspective on Cyber Attack Impact Assessment
Paul Williamson 's thesis is: Modelling Human Behaviour for Believable NPCs.
John Haines' thesis is: The Application of Overlay Networks to Enhance Robustness and Resilience in Military Networks
Ihsan AL-Hamoud's thesis is: Applying Machine Learning to Aquaponics System
David Christian's thesis is: High Speed Stereo Correlation Algorithm Development
Joe Holmes is a part time Masters by Research in Computer Science working on discovering the most appropriate and accurate method of estimating untimely deaths caused by COVID-19. His supervisors are Professor Andrew Ware and Associate Professor Ian Wilson.
Dr Angelica Marotta (2022)
Thesis: Cybersecurity Dynamics: Mapping Multiple Interdependencies
Dr Valentina Valeva (2019)
Thesis: Business Rule Generation for Product Data Quality Assurance
Dr Ashraf Ali (2019)
Thesis: Mission Critical Communications Performance Enhancement and Evaluation
Dr Fatimah Alzahrany (2019)
Thesis: Framework for Improving Access to Medical Libraries using Mobile Technologies
Dr Sriharsha Ramaraju (2019)
Thesis: Regarding the Effect of Stimulation on EEG based Brain Computer Interfacing
Dr Benjamin Kluwe (2019)
Thesis: An Innovative System for the Early Identification, Monitoring, Evaluation and Diagnosis of Diabetic Foot Ulcers
Dr Michael Voysey (2018)
Thesis: Digital Human Model to Represent the Internal Skeletal Configuration of Persons with Severe Musculoskeletal Conditions
Dr Ross Davies (2016)
Thesis: Integrating Augmented Reality with Dynamic Real World Environments
Dr Carey Freeman (2016)
Thesis: Will Using Technology Improve First Year Student Participation, Retention and Success?
Dr Negusse Kitaba (2016)
Thesis: Development of models for the action of novel anti-apoptotic proteins using gene regulation, pathway analysis and protein structure prediction
Dr Tameem Chowdhury (2016)
Thesis: A Framework for Integrating Semantic Metadata and Ontology into Knowledge Discovery
Dr Sherif Mewafy (2015)
Thesis: Investigation into the creation of an ambient physiology measurement environment to facilitate the modelling of wellbeing
Dr Adam Partlow (2014)
Thesis: A Knowledge Based Engineering System for the Prescription and Manufacture of Custom Contoured Seating for Clients with Severe Musculoskeletal and Postural Conditions
Dr Steve Hogan (2014)
Thesis: Diagnostic Research into Biomechanical Urinary Problems using Signal Processing
Dr George Palamas (2012)
Thesis: Map-building and position estimation in mobile robots using self-organising maps
Dr Salar Majeed (2010)
Thesis: Cluster detection and analysis with geo-spatial datasets using a hybrid statistical-hierarchal Neural Network approach
Dr Georgios Pierris (2014)
Thesis: Learning Humanoid Robot Control using a Hierarchical SOM-based Encoding
Dr Frode Alirash-Roarson (2010)
Thesis: Test rig Laughing out Loud (TrLoL) Forensic Evidential Framework
Dr Lu Zhang (2010)
Thesis: Design and Numerical Simulation of the Real-time Particle Charge and Size Analyser
Dr Stuart Paris (2008)
Thesis: Residential Property Price Forecasting
Dr Georgios Voulgaris
Thesis: Techniques for Content-based Image Characterization in Wavelets Domain
Dr Paul Jarvis (2006)
Thesis: Data-mining Causal Relationships within Geo-spatial Data
Dr Zhi Qing Wu (2005)
Thesis: Developing Image Enhancement and Image Transmission Techniques for an Internet-Based Medical Image Processing System