I'm a senior lecturer in the Department of Computer Science at Loughborough University. I am the Department's Teaching Coordinator, and a member of the Department's Intelligent and Interactive Systems Research Group.
|I joined the Department in October 1999 from the University of Derby (1993 - 1999) where I began as a lecturer and moved on to become a School Reader. My research interests are primarily in the application and development of artificial neural networks to rainfall-runoff modelling and flood forecasting (neurohydrology) although I am also involved in research and consultancy in software project management (the subject of my PhD in 1994).
||I have been involved with the development of statistical downscaling software for the Environment Agency (you can download this software free from: www.sdsm.org.uk) and have completed my second book on Computing Projects with Addison Wesley. I am beginning to work in the field of sport performance monitoring and am also working on an international project looking at methods of rainfall-runoff modelling using artificial neural networks. I have also developed a web site for analysing hydrological data - www.hydrotest.org.uk
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