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Armaghan (Magan) Moemeni

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science



Armaghan is a senior fellow of higher education academy (SFHEA) and has worked in academia and industry across a wide range of disciplines. For her PhD she combined her multidisciplinary knowledge and experience (Electrical Engineering and Computer Science) in order to design and develop an algorithm for hybrid marker-less camera pose tracking with integrated sensor fusion.

She joined Nottingham's School of Computer Science in January 2020, following her experience as senior/principal lecturer at De Montfort University (DMU). Prior to her academic career, Armaghan worked in industry for a number of years where she held the position of senior software architect. Armaghan's teaching and research interests are in the areas of computer vision and machine learning, human computer interaction, ambient intelligence, and applied artificial intelligence. Also, she has an interest in innovative pedagogical methodologies in teaching and learning. Accordingly she has recently been the PI of an EU funded project ' Innovative ICT education for socio-economic development' - IESED (2017-2020) - with a pedagogical development focus.

Teaching Summary

Armaghan currently works on developing Level 6 Data Science Apprenticeship programme which will be running from September 2020.

Selected Publications

School of Computer Science

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