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Armaghan (Magan) Moemeni (she/her)

Assistant Professor in Computer Science, Faculty of Science

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Biography

Armaghan is a senior fellow of higher education academy (SFHEA) and joined Nottingham's School of Computer Science in January 2020, following her experience as Senior/Principal Lecturer at De Montfort University (DMU) for 16 years. Prior to her academic career, Armaghan worked in industry for a number of years where she held the position of developer and senior software architect.

At School of Computer Science,she currently holds the role of Chair of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) which is to operationalise EDI strategic objectives as well as representing school on Faculty and University EDI boards and activities. Her current research work is in applied machine learning ( personalised healthcare and medical diagnosis), ambient intelligence for assisted living as well as human computer/machine interaction.

Teaching Summary

Level 6 Data Science Apprenticeship Programme COMP3010 Communication and Collaboration Technologies - (UG and PGT) COMP3014 Communication and Collaboration Technologies Development - (UG and… read more

Research Summary

Research Expertise : Computer Vision and Machine Learning, Ambient Intelligence, Human Computer Interaction as well as applied artificial intelligence (specifically for healthcare and medical… read more

Selected Publications

  • Level 6 Data Science Apprenticeship Programme
  • COMP3010 Communication and Collaboration Technologies - (UG and PGT)
  • COMP3014 Communication and Collaboration Technologies Development - (UG and PGT)
  • COMP2002 Software Engineering Group Project - (UG)
  • MSc (PGT) Projects
  • L3 and L4 UG (Undergraduate) Projects

Current Research

Research Expertise : Computer Vision and Machine Learning, Ambient Intelligence, Human Computer Interaction as well as applied artificial intelligence (specifically for healthcare and medical applications). Google Scholar

Armaghan has also an interest in innovative pedagogical methodologies for 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.

Computer Vision Laboratory

The University of Nottingham
Jubilee Campus
Wollaton Road
Nottingham, NG8 1BB


telephone: +44 (0) 115 8466543
email:tony.pridmore@nottingham.ac.uk