I was appointed to the position of Lecturer in the School of Physical Sciences, University of Kent in 2007. I am the co-inventor of the EFIT-V facial composite system which is currently used by the majority of UK police constabularies and in numerous other countries.
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Research InterestsThe main theme of my research is forensic applications of digital image processing and machine learning. Specific areas of expertise include; facial composites for use in criminal investigations, digital image forensics and interactive evolutionary computation.
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- PH611: Numerical and Computational Methods
- PH588: Mathematical Techniques and Differential Equations
- PS511: Digital Forensics
- PS500: Numeracy Skills for Forensic Science
- PS620: Forensic Stage 3 project supervisor
- PS740: Forensic Stage 4 project supervisor
- PH600: Physics Stage 3 project supervisor