I lead the following modules:
- Project Management for Computer Scientists (CS352) for third year undergraduates, which features a combination of lectures, guest speakers and practical teamwork-based activities, to develop transferrable skills of planning, management and leadership.
- Management and Business Organisation (CS1D7) on the Degree Apprenticeship (DA) course, an online module covering topics ranging from organisation theory to strategic management.
My modules draw on my experiences as a software developer, entrepreneur and computer scientist, and aim to provide an authentic learning experience through practical team-based activities. I strongly promote the use of peer assessment, as an essential tool in developing critical transferrable skills.
My project suggestions can be found below:
Welfare and Communication
As a champion of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, I chair the department's Welfare and Communication Committee (intranet website) and I lead the department's Athena SWAN programme. We have committed to a comprehensive Action Plan focused on promoting gender equality and diversity within in the department.
I am also a Green Champion for the department, supporting initiatives to tackle climate change.
Brief Curriculum Vitae
- Computer Science at University of Cambridge
- PhD in Computational Neuroscience at University of Edinburgh - explored the phenomenon of multisensory integration in the context of developing a robotic prosthesis for amputees.
- Algorithmic Trading - in the Quantitative Trading Group for a hedge fund, combining financial research and software development
- Entrepreneur - launched various web-based and mobile-app-based startups.