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About Matt Griffiths

In 2008, Matt applied for a part-time role as a Software Developer at the Informatics Centre whilst undertaking his degree in Computer Science. Matt was then taken on full-time after completing his degree and then succeeded in applying to the position of Lead Developer in 2011.

Matt is passionate about software development and is always looking to keep-to-date on current practices. He enjoys passing on his knowledge in teaching, and now leads a module focussed around the quality of software.


Matt is the module leader for CO6029 module (Software Quality), which looks at the varying levels of quality between modern and legacy systems, and how quality is managed.

Matt also takes on a mentoring role in the CO5019 module (Experiential Learning), where he guides students who work in the Informatics Centre over 6 weeks to produce software products for real-world clients.

Matt also teaches over various modules throughout the academic year on aspects of professional software development.


Matt is not directly engaged with research, however, the Informatics Centre help to build software solutions for research studies and support research in this way.

Published Work

Matt has helped develop some 250+ pieces of software, web, and mobile apps being utilised by businesses.


Information Systems PGDip

Computer Science BSc

PRINCE2 Practitioner