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Teaching

Neil utilises his knowledge and expertise to support development of the Software Engineering degree ensuring students are exposed to industry best practices and tools.

Neil is also a mentor on the CO5019 – experiential learning module, where students have the option to work in the Informatics Centre for 6 weeks to produce software products for a commercial client whilst being mentored by staff within the Centre.

Neil has formerly been a Teaching Assistant for the Introduction to Programming module, supporting students with object-oriented Java.

Research

Neil is not directly engaged with research, however, the Informatics Centre help to build software solutions for research studies and support research in this way. Neil’s area of interest is Cybersecurity and wants to explore opportunities in this area.

Published Work

Neil has contributed to the successful development of numerous software and web applications being utilised by businesses. Neil also develops in-house solutions for the Faculty of Science & Engineering, as well as the Probationary Review system for HR which requires integration with other business systems.

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) Information Systems Management

Currently studying an MSc in Cybersecurity