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Dr Mariam Adedoyin-Olowe

Assistant Lecturer

School of Computing and Digital Technology
0121 331 7452

Dr Mariam Adedoyin-Olowe is an Assistant Lecturer/Researcher in Big Data Analytics. She obtained her PhD degree in Computing Science from the School of Computing Science and Digital Media (IDEAS Research Institute) of Robert Gordon University (RGU), United Kingdom in 2015. She obtained a BSc (Hons) in Computing from the University of Portsmouth in 2011. She also holds a Certificate in Student Mentoring from the University of Portsmouth. Her PhD research applied data mining techniques to Twitter data to detect and track topic/event from real life occurrences for information and decision making. She was also a member of the Data Science and Information Retrieval/Case-based Reasoning Group at RGU.

Prior to her appointment at BCU, she was a Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science and Information Technology, The Bells University of Technology, Ogun State, Nigeria, where she taught at undergraduate and graduate levels in areas related to Computer Science and Information Technology. She supervised students' academic work and projects at undergraduate and postgraduate level. She also engaged in committee activities within and outside the Department of Computer Science/Information Technology.

In February 2017, Mariam was appointed as Chair/Convener of Bells University Advancement Centre. The Centre is charged with the responsibility of interfacing with industries and corporate organisations for collaboration and partnership. She is a member of Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence Research Group (DAAI) at BCU.

She is currently conducting research on Automated Information Retrieval from Twitter using Association Rule Mining and Visualisation Tool.

Areas of Expertise
Links and Social Media