Posted on Tuesday 30th July 2013
Dr. Fotis Papadopoulos
Fotis is currently working on an EU project called EMOTE as a research fellow which aims to improve the use of artificial tutors as learning-facilitator tools in schools (www.emote-project.eu). Previously, he was a Research Assistant on another EU project called LIREC which explored the cohabitation of humans and artificial intelligent companions in domestic environments.
Research Fellow in Electrical Power Systems
Developing control and protection strategies for future multi-terminal VSC HVDC Grids
Research Fellow in Automatic Speech Recognition
Phil has recently submitted his thesis for a Ph.D. in Computer Science at the University. Previously he worked as a UNIX and storage systems administrator, systems engineer, systems integrator, analyst programmer.
Project Manager – EMOTE
EMOTE aims to improve the use of artificial tutors as learning-facilitator tools. These platforms still fail to engage the students the same way a teacher does, as they lack the personal, empathy elements. Prior to joining the University Amy worked in research and project management in the private/charity sector, specialising in the field of equality and human rights.
Other new staff include:
Louis Saade, Research Associate
Anqi Wang, Research & Education Liaison Officer