Dr Amir Pourabdollah is a senior lecturer in computer science at Nottingham Trent University. He currently leads Object-Oriented System Analysis & Design (UG, PG) and Internet Programming (PG) modules. He is with Computational Intelligence and Applications Research Group (CIA), and supervises PhD students in the area of Ambient Intelligence. His other active areas of research include fuzzy logic systems, geospatial intelligence and quantum computing.
Since 2009, Amir has been appointed as:
- Research fellow in Data Analytics, Advanced Data Analysis Centre, University of Nottingham.
- Research fellow in computer science, IMA and LUCID research groups, University of Nottingham.
- Research fellow in Horizon Digital Economy, University of Nottingham.
- Research fellow in geospatial science, Nottingham Geospatial Institute, University of Nottingham.
- Honorary Lecturer in MSc IT, Liverpool University Online Programs.
- Artificial Intelligence: Fuzzy Logic Systems, Uncertainty Decision Making.
- Bioinformatics: Medical Ontologies, Medical Data Management
- Unstructured and semi-structured information models, Linked Data, Semantic Web & RDF
- System Analysis and Object-Oriented Design, UML
- Workflow technologies and standards
- Computer Communication and Networking
- Geospatial Science: Web Mapping, open geospatial standards (OGC), geospatial data quality and management, Crowd-sourced mapping (VGI).
- Positioning technologies and Location-based Services (LBS).
- Quantum computing with a focus on AI applications.
PhD Applicants: Opportunities arise to carry out postgraduate research towards an MPhil / PhD in the areas identified above. Further information may be obtained on the NTU Research Degrees website https://www.ntu.ac.uk/research/research-degrees-at-ntu.