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学术报告——Overview of Research at the University of Lincoln

日期:2018-04-19 来源:计算机学院 作者: 浏览:

报告题目:Overview of Research at the University of Lincoln

报告人:David Christopher Cobham((Head of School of Computer Science, University of Lincoln)




Dr David将从林肯大学计算机系目前的研究领域和科研成果的方面进行探讨、介绍医学诊断领域计算机视觉技术的应用现状与前景,阐述人机交互的相关研究,以及3D打印的丰富多彩的有趣应用和发展前景。


David Cobham has been teaching, researching and acting as a consultant in I.T. and Information Systems for 30 years. He has interests in both business and computing having originally graduated in Economics and then completed a Masters in Computer Science from City University and PhD in Information Systems from the University of Lincoln. All his academic posts have entailed departmental leadership. David has utilised his expertise in developing many links with businesses, some leading to systems developments or reports, and others generating research activity leading to published output. He has acted as a consultant to amongst others Ford, NatWest Bank, Logica and leading stock brokers Cater Allan. He has reported on systems effectiveness, designed and developed new implementations and has tested and maintained systems. Examples of business consultancy leading to implementation of new systems include the share dealing aspects of both the demutualisation of building societies and the privatisation of the former nationalised industries, and the problems surrounding Y2K legacy systems. Most recently he has worked closely with the military in the UK and overseas in the design, delivery and accreditation of training and education programmes in intelligence systems. He has published work and presented papers at conferences in the UK and overseas. He is the author of the standard university text “Business Information Systems: Analysis Design and Practice”. This book has over 200 citations recorded on Google Scholar, has run to six editions, and because of interest in the far-East it has recently been translated into Chinese.





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