Dr Deepayan Bhowmik

Lecturer

Computing Science 4B88, Cottrell Building, University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA, United Kingdom.

Dr Deepayan Bhowmik

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About me

I am a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in the Division of Computing Science and Mathematics at University of Stirling and responsible for Stirling Vision and Image Processing Laboratory (SVIP). I hold a PhD in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from the University of Sheffield (UK). On previous occasions I worked as a lecturer in Computing at Sheffield Hallam University, a research associate at Heriot-Watt University, & the University of Sheffield and a systems engineer in ABB Ltd.

I received more than £1M grants from various research councils and industries. My professional leadership responsibilities include roles of a) Program director for MSc in Big Data and MSc in Artificial Intelligence (AI), b) Cybersecurity research theme leader for Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA), c) Leader of the Stirling Vision and Image Processing (SVIP) research group, and d) Chair of the Ad-hoc-Group of the JPEG international standardisation on media blockchain.

I'm looking for bright candidates interested in PhD, internship, MSc and Honors project. Be in touch with me for further information.

Award

EPSRC/BP Dorothy Hodgkin Post Graduate Award (DHPA)
University of Sheffield

External Examiners and Validations

PhD External Examiner
University of Glasgow

PhD External Examiner
University of Manchester

PhD External Examiner
University of Antwerp

PhD External Examiner

University of Camerino, Italy.

PhD External Examiner

Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur, India.

PhD External Examiner

Visvesvaraya Technological University, India.

Other Project

Food, gender, enterprise: leveraging interdisciplinarity for sustainable small-scale fisheries

The vital importance of improving ocean health is well-recognised in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, Convention on Biological Diversity, and in the current Decades of Ocean Science and Ecosystem Restoration. This highly innovative project combining engineering and social science methodologies encapsulates global challenges focusing on small-scale fisheries in Kerala, India, where fishing communities are particularly vulnerable to multiple systemic shocks. Value: £30K