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Staff Profiles

Staff engaged in computer and electronic security systems research

Computer and Electronic Security Systems (CESS)


Staff PlaceholderDr Larbi Boubchir
Research Fellow
Ingenieur d'etat (BEng), DEA (MAS), PhD
I am a Research Fellow at Northumbria University since September 2013 within Computer and Electronic Security Systems (CESS) research group.I am also involved in the teaching activities at the department... more>>

 

Staff PlaceholderProfessor Ahmed Bouridane
Professor of Computer Science
BEng, MPhil, PhD
Ahmed Bouridane received the "Ingenieur d'Etat" degree in electronics from "Ecole Nationale Polytechnique" of Algiers (ENPA), Algeria, in 1982, the M.Phil. degree in electrical engineering (VLSI design... more>>

 

Staff PlaceholderDr Richard Jiang
Lecturer
PhD, MIEEE, MACM
I am currently a Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science and Digital Technologies, Faculty of Engineering and Environment since May 2013. I studied for my PhD in computer science in Queen's University... more>>

 

EE Fouadkhelifi Staffprofile 100Dr Fouad Khelifi
Senior Lecturer
Ingenieur d'etat (BEng), Magistere (MPhil), PhD
I am currently a senior lecturer in computing where I am involved in the teaching of various modules on databases, Machine learning and computer vision, and Java programming. I am also a member of the Computer... more>>

 

EE Paulvickers Staffprofile 100Dr Paul Vickers
Reader in Computer Science
BSc PhD CEng MIEE FHEA
I am currently Reader in Computer Science in the Department of Computer Science & Digital Technologies where I have worked since 2001. Prior to that I worked for 12 years in the School of Computing... more>>

 


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