Lecturer in Computing
Technical and Applied Computing
I have worked as a software developer, a senior software architect, freelance software engineer, and project consultant. My technical skills include several programming languages, database management systems, development tools and methods.
Senior Lecturer in Cyber Security - Academic Course Leader in MSc Cyber Security
Researcher in the field of number theory and randomness extraction algorithms in cyber security applications.
Understanding and programming computers always inspired me ever since I first used one; the idea of designing the behaviour and interaction of a machine is fascinating. Computers and programming is fun.
Course Leader Business Computing
I manage the Business Computing field within the School of Computing and Technology. Being able to apply new skills, tools and techniques to complex business problems is a key challenge of the competitive business environment.
Course Leader in Cyber Forensics
My path to academia was convoluted to say the least. A background in electronic surveillance and protection , a career change to policing and eventually to one of the most rewarding roles I have ever undertaken. To be able to equip students for the "real world" of Digital Forensic Investigation is truly a privilege.
Academic Subject Leader for Technical & Applied Computing
Cyber-criminal activity is constantly evolving using innovative methods to bypass security measures, challenging us to find new techniques and tools for security and forensic investigation.
I am a lecturer in Computing at the University of Gloucestershire. I teach modules including Data Analytics and Operating Systems, Cyber Security Principles and Strategic IT and Business Management.