Research Students

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Indira

PhD and research associate Research topic: Crowd behaviour modelling using a new irrational Ant colony technique

Supervisor: ,

  Abdulahad Sabagh

Angham Abdulahad Sabagh

My research area is 'A Framework for Context-Aware Smart Networked Environments' My research focus has been the construction of pervasive context-aware systems that can be conformed and implemented to smart environments.

Supervisor: Dr Adil Al-Yasiri, Centre for Networking and Telecommunications Research

Tobias Ackroyd

My research area is 'An iconic interactive medialab — a living lab in the media city for heritage and regeneration'.

Supervisor: Prof Y Lam, Acoustics Research Centre

Mason Adam

My research area is 'Ultra Wide Band Multiple Input Multiple Out Put Wireless Personal Area Network (UWB-MIMO WPAN)'

Supervisor: Dr Martin Hope, Centre for Networking and Telecommunications Research

  Adi

Nadim Adi

My main interest is evaluating the effects of Interactive, moving and intelligent architecture through the use of VR and how would that affect the productivity and comfort of users within such buildings. The research includes topics: future materials, dynamic architecture, evolving buildings. group behaviour

Supervisor: Prof Dave Roberts, Virtual Environments and Future Media

  Al-Dulaimy

Ahmed Al-Dulaimy

Swarm intelligence and Risk management in Swarm robotics

Supervisor: ,

Ameera Al-Karkhi

In this research project we aim to provide a secure method for verifying the identity of the user when interacting with the smart environment

Supervisor: Dr Adil Al-Yasiri, Centre for Networking and Telecommunications Research

Ahmad Alkhatib

Ahmad's research area is 'investigating QoS issues in sensor network engineering'

Supervisor: Dr Omar Alani, Centre for Networking and Telecommunications Research

Fatema Alsebaie

The researcher will adopt an in-depth study for a PhD in "Computer self-efficacy of women in IT profession"; Case studies of Bahrainis women.

Supervisor: Prof Haifa Takruri-Rizk, Centre for Networking and Telecommunications Research

  Alzahrani

Jumaan Alzahrani

My study focuses on the scientific publication processes in Saudi Arabia, the barriers that affect researchers' ability to carry out and publish research and the potential advantages and disadvantages offered by the Internet in the area of scientific publishing.

Supervisor: Prof Grahame Cooper, Centre for Networking and Telecommunications Research

  Ankush

Anju Ankush

My research is in the field of Information security. Research main focus on maintaining security, privacy and confidentiality.

Supervisor: Prof Grahame Cooper, Centre for Networking and Telecommunications Research

Darah Aqel

Darah's research area is 'Improved access and management of company's Web pages based on the application of web mining techniques'.

Supervisor: Prof Sunil Vadera, Data Mining and Pattern Recognition Research

  Aspin

Rob Aspin

Rob's research is 'sampling and recreating the person in 3D virtual spaces'

Supervisor: Prof Dave Roberts, Virtual Environments and Future Media

Samer Ayyat

Samer's research area is 'Quality of Servie Provisioning in Wireless Sensor Networks'.

Supervisor: Dr Adil Al-Yasiri, Centre for Networking and Telecommunications Research

S Baresi

Research topic: Semantic Based Indexing Technique for Optimisation and Intelligent Document Representation

Supervisor: ,

  Bauer

Markus Bauer

I am a full time research PhD student studying the sound emission of electrical steering systems.

Supervisor: Dr Andy Moorhouse, Acoustics Research Centre

  Bunny

May Bunny

Multi-criteria optimisation using Prospect theory

Supervisor: ,

  Campion

Simon Campion

Simon's research area is 'To model social interaction between animals and humans and reproduce these in virtual animals, allowing them to interact in a believable way with human users'.

Supervisor: Prof Dave Roberts, Virtual Environments and Future Media

  Costa

Nelson Costa

Lower Body Exoskeleton for Walking Gait Assistance and Performance Augmentation using Compliance Controlled Actuators

Supervisor: ,

Ayman Daoud

Ayman's research is 'Development of effective e-learning pages'.

Supervisor: Helen Keegan, Virtual Environments and Future Media

  Dhar-Bhattacharjee

Sunrita Dhar-Bhattacharjee

Sunrita's research area is 'Gender segregation in Science, Engineering, Construction and Technology: An Indo British Comparison'.

Supervisor: Prof Haifa Takruri-Rizk, Centre for Networking and Telecommunications Research

  Duckworth

Toby Duckworth

Toby's research area is 'Researching real-time 3D reconstruction of the human head for improved tele-presence, collaboration and communication across a distance. '

Supervisor: Prof Dave Roberts, Virtual Environments and Future Media

Awatef El Aaimi

A New Methodology for Desigining A Multilingual Bio-Ontology: An Application to Arabic/English Bio-Informatio Retrieval

Supervisor: ,

Bassim El-achkar

Pattern recognition using PSO

Supervisor: ,

  Elmabruk

Abulgasem Elmabruk

A Haptic Surgical Simulator For Cataract Eye Surgery Using Circular Wave Model.

Supervisor: ,

  Elmer

Lucy Elmer

Lucy's research area is 'subjective perception of room mode control methods based on multiple sources and signal processing'.

Supervisor: Dr Bruno Fazenda, Acoustics Research Centre

  Foale

David Foale

David's field of study is 'Soundscapes'

Supervisor: Dr W Davies, Acoustics Research Centre

Fotis Georgiou

Fotis' research area is 'Virtual monitoring environments for audio production'.

Supervisor: Dr Bruno Fazenda, Acoustics Research Centre

David Harbon

David's research area is 'quantifying Lombard effect by statistical analysis of sound pressure level of speech in diverse acoustic and noisy environments'

Supervisor: Dr Francis Li, Acoustics Research Centre

  Heatley

Louise Heatley

My research is in the area of informal learning through engagement with mobile and social multimedia, exploring the potential of the second screen.

Supervisor: Prof Nigel Linge, Centre for Networking and Telecommunications Research

  Hickey

Graham Hickey

The goal of my PhD research is to define an 'earlier' warning system for IS implementation failures induced by inadequate customer / supplier contracts than is currently available.

Supervisor: Dr Farid Meziane, Data Mining and Pattern Recognition Research

  Hinojosa

William Hinojosa

Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning for Probabilistic Fuzzy Behaviour Creators.

Supervisor: ,

  Ho

Chen Hung (Max) Ho

Tele-Rapport Increase the understanding of how distinct technology approaches to reproducing the face-to-face meeting impact on the building of rapport. Introduce the new measurement of tele-rapport to fill a gap left by the measurements of co-presence, social presence and tele-presence, in order to specifically measure how an effective relationship between collaborators is built during distance working

Supervisor: Prof Dave Roberts, Virtual Environments and Future Media

James Hoggarth

James' research area is 'Profiling and customer segmentation'.

Supervisor: Prof Sunil Vadera, Data Mining and Pattern Recognition Research

Michael Hudelmaier

Michael's research area is 'Inverse calculations of blocked forces in the time domain'.

Supervisor: Prof A Moorhouse, Acoustics Research Centre

Thomas Hughes-Roberts

My research is looking at privacy paradox evident in user behaviour in end-users of web-based services; specifically social networks such as facebook.

Supervisor: Prof Grahame Cooper, Centre for Networking and Telecommunications Research

Andrew King

Andrew's research area is 'Low frequency noise from large wind turbines'

Supervisor: Dr Sabine von Hunerbein, Acoustics Research Centre

Sophia Kousidou

Upper limb exoskeleton for patient with stroke

Supervisor: ,

  Koziel

Zbigniew Koziel

I am investigating human exposure to vibration via measurements in residential environments. I have an interest in Low Frequency Structure-Borne Sound. Due to this project I have an opportunity to research and investigate human response to low frequency vibration and its relationship to annoyance.

Supervisor: Dr David Waddington, Acoustics Research Centre

  Lomax

Susan Lomax

My research area is 'Cost-Sensitive Learning'. As well as exploring the area the aim is to follow on from my masters work which looked at introducing cost-sensitivity into error based decision tree induction algorithms.

Supervisor: Prof Sunil Vadera, Data Mining and Pattern Recognition Research

Abu Fadle Maidin

Fadle's research area is 'affective website design'

Supervisor: Dr Pietro Murano, Virtual Environments and Future Media

  Manzoor

Umar Manzoor

Agent Based Network Resource Monitoring and Management System

Supervisor: ,

  Mohd Zin

Mohd Sharil Mohd Zin

The key aim of the research is to design and develop a prototype medium access control (MAC) protocol for ultra wideband (UWB) communication systems that transmit minimal power especially in mobile networks and test the protocol in a simulated environment using the QualNet network simulator.

Supervisor: Dr Martin Hope, Centre for Networking and Telecommunications Research

  Montague

Shane Montague

Interest areas include Logic, Artificial Intelligence and Software Engineering. Currently, I am investigating the use of Abductive Logic Programming to formally model, and reason about Aspect-Orientation.

Supervisor: Prof Grahame Cooper, Centre for Networking and Telecommunications Research

Jane Mooney

Jane's research area is 'E-learning in emergency medicine'.

Supervisor: Lee Griffiths, Virtual Environments and Future Media

  Moore

Carl Moore

The research includes topics such as: Parallel Computing, Distributed Computing, Scalable Algorithms, Image, Geometry and General Data Compression, Network Protocols.

Supervisor: Prof Dave Roberts, Virtual Environments and Future Media

Abd Muhammad

My research is 'Modern signal processing techniques to solve audio related problems'.

Supervisor: Dr Francis Li, Acoustics Research Centre

Laurence Murphy

Laurence's research area is 'High definition IPTV — The future of broadcasting and its implication for networks and communities'.

Supervisor: Prof Nigel Linge, Centre for Networking and Telecommunications Research

Charlie Mydlarz

Charlie's field of research is the application of novel techniques for the investigation of human relationships with soundscapes.

Supervisor: Dr Ian Drumm, Acoustics Research Centre

Khanistan (Amy) Namee

My research is investigating on multicast mobility handoff between 3G mobile and WLAN. The aim of the PhD research is to propose a new framework that tries to provide seamless mobility in homogeneous and heterogeneous mobile networks.

Supervisor: Prof Nigel Linge, Centre for Networking and Telecommunications Research

Richard Ogden

Richard's research area is 'Location based social media applications'.

Supervisor: Prof Nigel Linge, Centre for Networking and Telecommunications Research

Robert Oldfield

I have started a PhD in l. The project aims at installing a WFS system in the Listening Room which is part of the acoustic facilities at the University.

Supervisor: Dr Ian Drumm, Acoustics Research Centre

  Peris

Eulalia Peris

My research intends to investigate alternative relationships between annoyance or vibration level and other parameters specific to different residential environments

Supervisor: Dr D Waddington, Acoustics Research Centre

Rajah

Interoperability in autonomic software

Supervisor: ,

Sam Rashida

Research topic: A Novel, Flexible, Multi-Functional Handling Device Based on Bernoulli Principle

Supervisor: ,

  Romero Perez

Julian Romero Perez

Julian's research area is 'objective acoustic measurement for the sound quality in critical listening rooms'

Supervisor: Dr Bruno Fazenda, Acoustics Research Centre

  Sarakoglou

Iaonnis Sarakoglou

Interoperable Portable Haptic Interfaces for High Fidelity Tactile Feedback in Immersive Virtual Environments.

Supervisor: ,

Mohammad Sarfraz

I am doing my Phd in application of Hybrid Intelligent System and Statistical Techniques for BioSignal Analysis, Area of Interest: Artificial Intelligence Systems application to Biomedical domain.

Supervisor: Dr Francis Li, Acoustics Research Centre

Massimo Serafini

Massimo's research area is 'Synthesised music for room acoustic measurement'.

Supervisor: Dr Francis Li, Acoustics Research Centre

  Sheaffer

Jonathan Sheaffer

Jonathan's research area is 'production of sound fields in small rooms towards standardisation of listening conditions'

Supervisor: Dr Bruno Fazenda, Acoustics Research Centre

  Shirley

Ben Shirley

Ben's research area is 'Audio-related assistive technology'.

Supervisor: Dr W Davies, Acoustics Research Centre

Gennaro Sica

Gennaro's research area is 'Human response to vibrations in residential environments'.

Supervisor: Prof Andy Moorhouse, Acoustics Research Centre

Michael Sturm

I am a fulltime PhD student researching vibro-acoustic emission of non-stationary steering noises and how these noises are perceived by passengers inside the cabin.

Supervisor: Prof Andy Moorhouse, Acoustics Research Centre

  Turo

Diego Turo

The aim of my Ph.D. is to develop and validate a time domain model predicting acoustical properties of porous materials. This includes both linear model suitable for relatively low amplitude sound and the nonlinear model for high amplitude sound.

Supervisor: Dr Olga Umnova, Acoustics Research Centre

  Wei

Wang Wei

The project is focused on the study of Quality of Service in Seamless Mobility within the mobile IPv6 network.

Supervisor: Prof Nigel Linge, Centre for Networking and Telecommunications Research

Richard Whittaker

Researching into education and developing educational materials designed to enhance the study of technology and science based learning

Supervisor: Prof Nigel Linge, Centre for Networking and Telecommunications Research

Wilson

Monitoring system for dementia disease

Supervisor: ,

James Woodcock

My research is concerned with identifying the main perceptual dimensions which underlie the subjective impression of sounds from domestic appliances; this will be achieved through jury testing and multidimensional scaling analysis.

Supervisor: Dr Andy Moorhouse, Acoustics Research Centre

Hasan Yahia

The main goal of my research is to design and implement an efficient routing protocol for MANET based on UWB

Supervisor: Dr Martin Hope, Centre for Networking and Telecommunications Research

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