I own two MA’s (Palermo (IT), Leiden (NL)), a PhD in Philosophy (Palermo) and a qualification in the Research Class of Information Sciences and Technologies from CNR (National Research Council, Italy). Between 2007 and 2012 I was Postdoctoral Fellow of the FWO (Research Foundation Flanders) at Ghent University (BE). I have been visitor at the Free University of Berlin, Stockholm University, University of Oxford, City University of New York, the Isaac Newton Institute for the Mathematical Sciences at Cambridge University and Politecnico di Milano. Since 2013 I am Senior Lecturer in Computing Sciences at the Department of Computer Science, Middlesex University London (UK). My research is at the intersection between Philosophical and Computational Logic and the Philosophy of Computing and Information. I teach programming, foundations of mathematics and an optional third year module for the BSc in Computer Science on History and Philosophy of Computing. I am Vice-President of the DHST/DLMPST Inter-Division Commission on the History and Philosophy of Computing, Secretary General of the Association Computability in Europe and have been Member at Large for the Board of the International Association for Computing and Philosophy in the period 2014-2016. I also act as Associate Editor for the area of Philosophy of Computer Science for Philosophy & Technology (Springer).
g.primiero [at] mdx.ac.uk
I am a PhD candidate at Middlesex University in the field of History and Philosophy of Computing. I attended courses on Architecture in Eindhoven and in Florence, where I graduated with honours with a dissertation about the history and the design of the first Italian commercial computer. In my early academic research I focused on computers and design, with papers and lectures about Olivetti and the design of Italian early computing machines, as well as Programmed Arts in Italy in the Sixties. The current focus of my academic research is the European history of computing of the 1950s and 1960s, with a special interest on the British firm LEO Computers. I am collaborating with the Museum of Computing Machinery of Pisa University.
em977 [at] live.mdx.ac.uk
bettygorf [at] gmail.com
I have achieved a first class honours from Middlesex University London in the BSc in Business Information Systems. Currently I am enrolled in the MSc in Business Information Systems at Middlesex University, supported by the David Caminer Postgraduate Scholarship in Business Computing. My current research focuses on data validation methods in the LEO I and LEO II series. My other research interests include software engineering practice and software support systems for students.
ra819 [at] live.mdx.ac.uk
Amar Kumar Seeam
I gained my MSc in System Level Integration in 2005 and received my PhD in 2015 for successfully completing research on the validation of building simulation tools for predictive control applications, both at the University of Edinburgh. Previously I graduated with a BEng in Mechanical Engineering in 2003 and MSc in Information Technology (Systems) from the University of Glasgow. I have worked as a research associate at the University of Strathclyde (Glasgow) on a number of high profile (>£1 Million funded) EPSRC and Innovate UK projects, including Light-as-a-Service (LaaS) with Cisco, and Secure High Availability Avionics Wireless Networks (SHAWN) with GE-Aviation and also received an Enterprise Fellowship from the Royal Society of Edinburgh in 2006. Presently I am a programme coordinator and lecturer for BSc Computer Science (Systems Engineering) at Middlesex University (Mauritius Branch Campus), and am coordinating various Internet of Things research projects related to environmental monitoring – one of which is to create the first Air Quality Index (AQI) for Mauritius using smart city drone networks. My current research interests include next generation network architectures for the internet of things, IPv6 deployment strategies, cloud computing, smart cities, building simulation, intelligent buildings, distributed wireless sensor networks and historical computing.
a.seeam [at] mdx.ac.uk