Loughborough- United Kingdom Main Research Associate with the EPSRC project ‘Designing Mechanisms for Automated Resource Allocation’. This project lays at the intersection of computer science and game theory.
GTA (Graduate Teaching Assistant) University of Essex – School of Electronic and Computing Systems- October 2008 – July 2010. Essex- United Kingdom Lab demonstrator for CE111 “Problem Solving and Essential skills” and CE221 “C++ Programming”. This role involved supervising, guiding and marking students’ projects.
Course Facilitator University of Essex – Learning and Teaching Unit October 2007 – January 2010. Essex – United Kingdom I was a group leader in a workshop that aimed to provide participants with a range of practical skills required for the early stages of PhD study.
Computer Programmer IV “Intergraded Vision” May 2005 - October 2005. Jeddah - Saudi Arabia I designed solutions for the E-Government project
(Ordered chronologically) Rapid Robotics: Autonomous Systems with Open Source Software – Professional Training Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - (Boston - USA) August 2014. Hands-on applied robotics software programming. Using ROS robotics framework and open source autonomy libraries to develop advanced autonomous system behaviors such as person-following, patrolling, exploration, and map-making on a small ground robot.
PMP for Project Managers – Professional Training Institute of Systems and Science – Singapore National University (Singapore) December 2013. Master each of the Project Management knowledge areas - Integration, Scope, Time, Cost, Quality, Human Resource, Communications, Stakeholders, Risk and Procurement; and their interrelationships https://www.iss.nus.edu.sg
Understanding and Analysing Data – Professional Training Royal Statistics Society – London (United Kingdom) October 2013. Understand approaches to statistical inference including hypothesis testing and confidence interval estimation.www.rss.org.uk
Bayesian Analysis using WinBUGS - Professional Training Centre for Census and Survey Research – University of Manchester (United Kingdom) January 2013. Introduce quantitative researchers to the basic principles of Bayesian inference and simulation-based methods for estimating Bayesian models. www.ccsr.ac.uk
Research Visit Centre of Computational Intelligence – Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) 2012. I worked closely with Prof. Yew-Soon Ong developing a new form of Genetic Programming referred to as sGP. http://www.c2i.ntu.edu.sg
Digital Marketing - Professional Training Charted Institute of Marketing (United Kingdom) July 2012.