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Research and enterprise advisors

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  • Professor Andrew Aftelak

    Head of the School of Computing and Digital Technology

    Professor Andy Aftelak is the Head of the School, Computing and Digital Technology at Birmingham City University. He is an experienced engineer and senior executive with 26 years of service in industrial research and advanced product technology. He combines his complementary practice based skills with the educational...

  • Professor Mark Josephs

    Professor of Computer Science/Centre Lead

    Professor Josephs has a BSc (Hons) degree in Mathematics from University College London and MSc and DPhil degrees in Computer Science from the University of Oxford. After spending a year as a Visiting Scientist at IBM Yorktown Heights in 1987, he returned to Oxford where he was appointed a member of the Faculty of...

  • Professor Paul Kearney

    Professor of Cybersecurity

    Paul Kearney is part-time Professor of Cybersecurity in the Cyber-Physical Systems Department of the School of Computing and Digital Technology. Paul has had a long and varied career in research and development in industry, and has previously worked for British Aerospace (BAe), Sharp and British Telecom (BT). He has...

  • Mak Sharma

    Professor in Computer Science Education. Centre Lead, Cloud Computing.

    Mak has an international reputation for his extensive work on the use of Vendor Resources and embedding these into various qualifications. He has worked to engage with 10 of the largest IT companies including Cisco, Microsoft, SAS and Oracle to provide a rich set of problem-based learning throughout computing, communications...

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