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Dr Bappaditya Mandal

Computing and Mathematics

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/scm/staff/academic/drbappadityamandal/

Specialist Areas: Computer vision, Machine learning (deep learning), pattern recognition, image/video analytics, signal processing, artificial intelligence and biometrics.

Chris Briggs

Computing and Mathematics

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Research Institute: School of Computing and Mathematics

Specialist Areas: Machine learning, deep learning, Artificial Intelligence, neural networks, data privacy, Internet-of-Things, coding/computer programming, software engineering, internet.

Dr Peter Fletcher

Computing and Mathematics

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Research Institute: School of Computing and Mathematics

Homepage: http://www.keele.ac.uk/scm/staff/academic/drpeterfletcher/#d.en.14057

Specialist Areas: Neural networks/artificial intelligence; the philosophy of mathematics

Dr Adam Stanton

Computing and Mathematics

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/scm/staff/academic/adamstanton/

Specialist Areas: computing, implementing life-like processes in simulation, neural networks, AI, 3-D creatures, computer intelligence, cybercrime and computer games.

Aiden Fuller

Computing and Mathematics

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Research Institute: SEND (Smart Energy Network Demonstrator), Software and System Engineering

Specialist Areas: Software Engineering, Computer Security, Computer Forensics, Usability Engineering, AI (Machine Learning, Deep Learning), Internet of Things, Industrial IoT, Digital-Twins.

Allison Gardner

Computing and Mathematics

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/study/foundationyears/people/allisongardner/

Specialist Areas: AI, ethics of AI, prediction of disease, Alzheimer’s disease, health informatics, AI tools to aid the elderly, machine learning, encouraging girls to study and work in computing and AI. Allison is a former primary school IT teacher. Registered with Women in AI and work on AI-related policy and conferences with the Fabian Society.