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Catherine manages the department’s research portfolio, UK, EU and international research projects. She manages projects funded by the European Commission Framework Programme, both in the pre- and post- award management stages. Her expertise lies in financial management, work programme management, report writing, proposal writing, project administration, dissemination, event organisation and contractual management.
Anna works as part of the Tech Team where she provides technical support for the digital fabrication facility ‘HatchLabs’. Her main roles include managing the space, maintaining machinery and equipment and providing technical support to its’ users.
Nicky maintains and upgrades equipment for the Computing department, and help staff and students with computer issues. He also works with other departments and private sector partners to deliver projects including art installations, formal dinners and prototype mixed-reality performances.
Student Experience and Marketing Coordinator
Kate coordinates projects and events in the department for students and prospective students. She coordinates the Creative Computing Summer School, Open Days and Applicant Days, as well as managing social media and web for the department.
Joe Gadian Morton
Joe manages admin support for the Department's International Programmes.
James deals with enquiries from current and prospective students and provides administrative support to the Computing department.
Dr Rose Hepworth
Rose is the Department Business Manager for Computing.
Mrs Karen Hodgson
Coordinates the department's finance and facilities enquiries.
Kart is the Programme Manager for International Programmes for the department.
Industry Employability Champion
Eilidh has joined the department as Industry Employability Champion to help grow employability opportunities for students and to increase collaboration with employers and Industry Advisory Panels. She acts as a key interface between the Computing department and industry, developing opportunities for placements, internships and other collaborations with employers.
Peter is an all-round technician who has worked across all the major areas of the creative arts industries. With a background in shows, tours and exhibition work, Peter has worked for the likes Barbican Centre London, Frieze Art and the Institute of Contemporary Arts. He specialises in very technical and advanced AV installations, most often involving bespoke applications of computing and technology.
Mr Eamonn Martin
Eamonn maintains and supports Windows, Unix and Linux servers and associated hardware and software for the department, and develops the in-house student/course management system and associated database-backed, web-based user interfaces.
Eamonn Martin's role includes:
All system administration tasks involved in maintaining and supporting Windows, Unix and Linux servers and associated hardware and software for the Department of Computing.
Development of an in-house student/course management system and associated database-backed, web-based user interfaces. Maintenance of the departmental website, including the development of a secure departmental intranet system for staff and students.
Algorithms, neural networks, MIDI, Java.
- Systems and network integration and administration.
- Web-based database application development.
- Program transformation and analysis (eg. using Grammatech CodeSurfer)
Executive Support Officer (Online Programmes)
Lauren provides general support to the Online Programmes Development Team
Inga is the Assistant Department Business Manager for Computing.
Nkem deals with enquiries from current and prospective students, and provides systems support to the Computing department. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science & Physics and has considerable systems administration experience in areas of back-up, managing windows server infrastructures and data-centre. He has previously worked in tech companies including GroupM, Bloomberg, Relocom and Payment Sense.
Tom provides technical support to the department. he solves problems, maintains and repairs equipment, and assists with system administration. He has an MSc in Computing and maintains a small music studio. He was part of a small group that developed and delivered the Open Ware Laboratory audio computing platform. He is a qualified and experienced electrician.
Administrative Assistant (Assessments)
Katerina is the Administrative Assistant for Assessments.
Student Office Assistance
Tahmina works with the Department of Computing based in the Student Office and in the broader department to ensure that staff and student enquiries can be answered succinctly, politely and informatively. Tahmina also provides frontline support to students and staff and assists in the department’s objective to ensure an excellent student experience