Our Staff

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  • Dr Mohammad Farazi

    Research Fellow

    Dr Farazi was a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Trento (UNITN) in the Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science from May 2010 to May 2015. He received his PhD in Computer Science from the Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science at UNITN in 2010. He was involved in the Open...

  • Dr Mohamed Kara-Mohamed

    Senior Lecturer in Robotics

    Before joining Birmingham City University, Dr Mohamed held several academic related positions with The University of Manchester and Coventry University in the UK, and with the University of Aleppo in Syria. He worked also in industry as a Switching Systems Engineer at MTN Group, Syria. Dr Mohamed received the BSc degree...

  • John Kempson

    Senior Lecturer/Technology Transfer Consultant

    John is a Senior Lecturer/Technology Transfer Consultant in the School of Engineering, Design and Manufacturing Systems. John has 38 years teaching experience in Manufacturing Engineering, prior to teaching he was a Software Applications Engineer CNC machine tools, a Development Engineer Aerospace Component Supplier and an...

  • Professor Michal Krzyzanowski

    Professor of Engineering and Materials Science

    After obtaining a degree in physics, Michal developed his academic career in materials science and engineering (PhD 1988; DSc 1996) and was appointed at the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow (Poland). Since 1998, his research work was mainly associated with multidisciplinary Institute for Microstructural and...

  • Laura Leyland

    Lecturer

    Laura Leyland is a lecturer in the School of Engineering and the Built Environment . She currently teaches on the BEng (Hons) programmes for Mechanical Engineering  and Automotive Engineering . During her time with the University, Laura has taught material science modules, developed blended learning materials, worked...

  • Christine Lloyd

    Senior Lecturer and Researcher, Centre for Low Carbon Research

    Christine started teaching at the University in 2008 but before this, she spent most of her career in Higher Education in research, ranging from lean and agile operations in manufacturing whilst at the Universities of Swansea, Cardiff and Bath. Here she was engaged with many different companies including Ford, Johnsons, BAT,...

  • Dr Lynsey Melville

    Director of the Centre for Low Carbon Research and Lead of the Bioenergy Research Group, Senior Researcher

    Lynsey Melville is a lecturer on our  BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering course, as well as a Reader in  Bioenergy and Director of the Centre for Low Carbon Research . She has previously worked as a consultant at the University on two EU-funded programmes, offering support to regional SMEs in the environmental goods and...

  • Ishver Patel

    Technologist

    Ishver is a Technologist in the School of Engineering, Design and Manufacturing Systems. Ishver had laboratory technician training at Aston University for 3 years and then worked in pharmaceutical department for 2 years (1979-84), he was a quality control technician at B. Mason Sons Ltd ( non ferrous manufacturers) for 7...

  • Alan Pendry

    Associate Professor of Advanced Systems Engineering

    Alan is Associate Professor of Advanced Systems Engineering. Having left school with no A Levels, Alan worked as a chainmaker, a shop assistant and in the food industry for over ten years before being made redundant and embarking on an Access Course at Wulfrun College in Wolverhampton. He worked part-time in an...

  • Dr Khondokar Mizanur Rahman

    Research Associate Bioenergy

    Khondokar Mizanur Rahman is a Research Associate in Bioenergy in the School of Engineering and the Built Environment who has been involved in the field of environmental research since 2004. He has been a member of the Waste and Energy Research Group (WERG) since 2007, working in the field of sustainable waste management. He...

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