Our Staff

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  • Dr Reza Montasari

    Lecturer in Computer Forensics

    Reza completed his MSc in Computer Forensics (2013) and BSc (Hons) in Multimedia Computing (2012) at the University of South Wales. In 2013, he began his academic career as a Post-Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Derby whilst studying his PhD in Digital Forensics. Having been awarded his PhD in Digital...

  • Stephen Murphy

    Associate Professor

    Steve is an Associate Professor in the School of Computing and Digital Technology (CDT), having joined Birmingham City University in 2007 direct from the IT industry. Steve graduated with a degree in Geology from the University of Oxford before going on to study for a Master’s degree in Computer Science at the University of...

  • Dr Syed Naqvi

    Senior Lecturer in Cyber Security and Forensics; Course Director, MSc Cyber Security

    Syed joined Birmingham City University in August 2014. Previously he worked in the Forensic Technology Solutions (FTS) of PricewaterhouseCoopers Enterprise Advisory. His consultancy assignments included antitrust investigations and litigation support services for corporate disputes. He was mainly involved in the collection and...

  • Hossein Nevisi

    Senior Research Fellow

    Hossein’s BSc, MSc and PhD degrees are all in Computer Science. He completed his PhD degree at Loughborough University in 2012. After two years working in SDL Group Ltd. as a Business Integration Specialist, he came back to academia as a Research Associate in the ‘PERFORMS’ project funded by NHS at Loughborough...

  • Dr Esther Palomar

    Reader in Computing

    Esther Palomar is a Reader of  Computing at the University’s School of Computing and Digital Technology . After graduating from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, Esther gained employment as a computer forensic auditor at an international auditing firm, before returning to the university in 2004 to complete a PhD...

  • Professor Mohammad Patwary

    Professor of Telecommunication Systems & Digital Productivity

    Mohammad Patwary received his BEng (Hons) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering in 1998 from the Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology in Bangladesh, and in 2005 a Ph.D. in Telecommunication Engineering from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. He was with the General Electric Company in...

  • Hifzur Rahman

    Network Technologist

    Hifzur is a Network Technologist in the School of Computing, Telecommunications and Networks. He graduated as a Network Engineer and joined Birmingham City University (formerly UCE) in 2002 to work in the Centre of Communication and Networks as a Technology Transfer Consultant, delivering enterprise system solutions to SMEs. ...

  • Dr Martyn Ratcliffe

    Senior Lecturer

    Martyn graduated with a physics degree and started his career at British Aerospace. After several changes of department and the completion of an M.Sc. in Digital Systems he settled in the software department, designing real-time software for weapon systems. After eight years Martyn left British Aerospace to take up a teaching...

  • Helen Rutter

    Lecturer in IT and Constitutional Law

    Helen is a specialist lecturer in IT and Constitutional Law. She holds an LLB (Hons) and is a qualified non-practising barrister. She was called to the Bar in 2004. She joined Birmingham City University in 2010 as a visiting lecturer to teach the English Legal System to Computer Forensics students, and Legal Skills to Law...

  • Jagjit Sehra

    Programme Leader/Lecturer

    Electronics Engineer at Diktron Limited This role involved commissioning, repairing and development of distress alarms which were used by the UK fire brigade. A wide range of skills were gained including: Fault finding out to component level using schematic diagrams. Using microcontrollers to develop intelligent alarm....

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