This cohort of London students was the first group to join me at the new digital campus in London, amidst the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic with all its challenges. They have been studying for three years since then. As their lecturer, I have spent days and even nights engaging with them, both face to face and online, as I was representing the entire university for them, serving as a technical specialist, tutor, mentor, and course leader to name a few. Over time, they have become more like a family to me rather than just learners. I take great pride in their hardworking and passionate nature. It’s not so frequent for an academic to witness so many graduations during their professional career. Last week, one of my graduation ceremonies took place last week, unfortunately, I had to miss it due to work commitments and an overseas conference. Nevertheless, I’m extremely proud to see how concerned I was about their journey in the beginning has now transformed into satisfaction with the quality of education they have received and the bright future that awaits them.
The same feeling, and even more, applies to my PG students – a full cohort comprising 100% international students whose tuition fees, in my personal opinion, are unfairly high. These students have dedicated a long time planning and saving for their education in a new country, facing cultural and language constraints. All they have is hope and a strong work ethic, pursuing a prosperous future. As someone with a similar life story, I genuinely understand the challenges they face, and I am incredibly proud of their achievements today! Congratulations to all the graduates of the Class of 2023 from SUL Computing!
SUL Computing is expanding rapidly, and we are thrilled to announce that we are currently recruiting for three Lecturer/Senior Lecturer positions in the fields of cybersecurity and computer science. If you have a passion for teaching in these domains and are looking for an innovative and dynamic environment to develop your career at our futuristic campus in London’s technology hub HERE EAST, then we want to hear from you!
PhD or close to completion in Cyber or Computer Science field
Demonstrate research ability with a good track record of publications
Strong background in at least two of the following skillsets:
1️⃣ Networks & their Security, IoT/IoE, Cisco/CCNP 2️⃣ Data Science, Programming, Artificial Intelligence 3️⃣ Cloud Computing, Virtualizations, AWS
The emergence of IoT in business models is on the rise, presenting both new opportunities and challenges. AI enables businesses to leverage data produced by IoT devices (e.g. sensors) to overcome obstacles. Different AI-based solutions, such as knowledge representation/reasoning, data mining and machine learning, may reveal new insights and capabilities beyond human intelligence.
The convergence of AI and IoT can shape our hyperconnected world for the better by enhancing operational efficiency, reducing the cost of risk, improving products and services and mitigating challenges posed by big data produced by IoT devices.
Sensors are a major enabling technology of IoT. Data produced by WSNs require analysis so that appropriate actions can be carried out. This is where AI-based solutions can play an important role.
This Special Issue from MDPI Sensors reviews the applications of artificial intelligence, data mining, machine learning, knowledge representation and reasoning in IoT technologies. It also focuses on emerging and innovative AI-based solutions for solving IoT-related challenges, including scalability, knowledge discovery and handling big data.
Just attended ELEGANT project workshop in Jordan and presented two sessions at Princess Sumaya University for Technology. The project is about Enhancing Teaching, Learning and Graduate Employability through University-Enterprise Cooperation and runs between EU & Middle East. The aim was to strengthen the employability skills of graduates and to share best practices in order to develop new forms of industry-oriented education for ICT curricula. Special thanks to Prof. Abdel-Hamid Soliman and Prof. Walid Abu Salameh for the invite and feedback. Project Website: https://lnkd.in/dSV6vnCK
Happy to let you know that our academic team for #sulcomputing is expanding quickly, and we are soon to advertise 4 vacancies (Grade 7/8) to fit our Cybersecurity and Computer Science BSc as well as MSc delivery to start ASAP … candidates should be holding their PhD (or close to completion) in Cybersecurity/Computer Science (or related subjects) and be very enthusiastic to teach and teamwork on our futuristic campus … 4 teaching areas as below are of our interest at the moment … please email me at [email protected] if you are interested/have any queries and we can arrange an informal chat prior to jobs ads being formally released … and please direct this to anyone who you think might be interested … areas of expertise we are after (but not limited to):
Skills Group 2: Software Development, Data Bases & Data Structures, Python, C#, SQL
Skills Group 3: Server-side Programming, Mobile Applications Development, PHP, Android Studio, XCode IDE
Skills Group 4: Network Security, Advanced Topics in Cybersecurity, Edge Computing, Raspberry Pi, Python