IEEE International Conference on Computing, Electronics & Communications Engineering 2018
(iCCECE '18)
University of Essex, Southend, UK

 
 

 
 
Keynote Speaker-1: Garfield Southall

Garfield Southall is the Associate Dean for the Faculty of Science and Engineering at the Thornton Science Park, University of Chester, UK - an institution he has served for over 30 years.

 

Garfield is also the Chairperson of the Chester and North Wales Branch of the British Computer Scociety (BCS).

 

His main interests are mobile computing, programming languages and emergent behaviour. His main area of research is in the modelling of signalling systems involved in the natural processes of bone remodelling. Outside of work he enjoys trail running, road cycling and music.


 
 

 
 
Keynote Speaker-2: Professor Andrew Ware

Professor Andrew Ware, Professor of Computing, Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Science, University of South Wales, UK.

As Professor in Computing, Andrew is engaged in both teaching and research. He is currently supervising eight PhD students and leading on a number of initiatives with local companies.

Beyond the University, Professor Ware is currently working as external examiner in Computing for Staffordshire University, with particular responsibility for helping to oversee the development of new provision in Ghana. In terms of international work, Professor Ware is currently the USW representative on two European Funded Intensive Programmes and involved with projects in Singapore, Norway and Canada.

High Performance Computing (HPC) Wales is an innovative collaboration that gives businesses and researchers access to world-class, secure and relatively easy to use HPC technology. USW is one of the partners in the collaboration and has devolved targets in terms of industrial usage, student engagement, as well as research and curriculum development. Professor Ware is the lead academic from USW on this exciting and dynamic project.

Andrew has supervised nearly 30 PhD students and has lead on collaborative projects both within the UK and Europe. He has lectured in many parts of the World including the USA, Canada, Singapore and Hong Kong. His main research interest is the application of AI techniques to help solve real world problems.


 
 

 
 
Invited Speaker-1: Dr. Amirrudin Bin Kamsin

Dr. Amirrudin Bin Kamsin, is a Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, University of Malaya, Malaysia.

He received his BIT (Management) in 2001 and MSc in Computer Animation in 2002 from University of Malaya and Bournemouth University, UK respectively. He obtained his PhD from University College London (UCL) in 2014. His research areas include human computer interaction (HCI), authentication systems, e-learning, mobile applications, serious game, augmented reality and mobile health services.


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