Record number of doctorates awarded
On 21st July 2008 the university proudly awarded 11 PhDs to researchers from the School of Computing. This represents a record number of doctorates awarded by the university to any single school in a single year.
The school continues to expand its research base and now has over 70 research students and research fellows engaged in such areas as computer network security, ubiquitous computing, mobile computing, neural computation and wireless development.
The school also regularly hosts a number of research symposia and conferences allowing their students to stay at the forefront of research activity. Examples of these conferences are:
PGNet Conference on the Convergence of Telecommunications, Networking and Broadcasting
GDTW Games Design and Technology Conference
ACSF Advanced Computer Security and Forensic Conference.
New events being added to this list are
HCI 2008 conference on Human Computer Interaction
GIS Conference on Geographical Information Systems
DESE08 conference on E-Development and Systems Engineering.
Dr Victoria Craig, BSc, PhD
To support research in these areas the school continues to develop specialist facilities for use by post graduates - the Network Appliances Lab and the Network and Information Security Technology Lab (NISTL).
The school confers its congratulations on:
Dr. Zhengru Tang
Dr. Sareer Badshah
Dr. Victoria Craig
Dr. Tarag Fahad
Dr. Rozaida Ghazali
Dr. Fausto Sainz Salces
Dr. Alexander Soulahakis
Dr. Elizabeth Watts
Dr. Ali Hassan Nasser Al-Fayadh
Dr. Tersesa Farran
Dr. Martin Randles.
Dr. Ali Hassan Nasser Al-Fayadh, PhD