Dr Emmanuel Ogunshile

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  • Qualifications:BSc(Hons), BEng(Hons), PGCert, MSc(Eng), MBCS, CEng, Ph.D., FHEA
  • Position:Chair Athena SWAN Charter Process
  • Department:FET - Computer Science and Creative Technologies
  • Telephone:+4411732 83010
  • Email:Emmanuel.Ogunshile@uwe.ac.uk
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About me

Dr Emmanuel Ogunshile, Ph.D., is Chair Athena SWAN Charter Process in the Computer Science Department at the University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol, UK - conducting highly innovative Teaching, Research, Scholarship and Administration in Computer Science and Software Engineering.

Previously, from 2nd September 2013 to 31st August 2014, Dr Ogunshile was working at Loughborough University UK as a Senior Research Fellow on the prestigious EPSRC and Jaguar Land Rover well over £12 million funded Collaborative Research Project involving six major UK Universities. Prior to this, from 1st of September 2011 to 31st August 2013, Dr Ogunshile was working at the prestigious Surrey Space Centre, The University of Surrey, UK as a Research Fellow.
Dr Ogunshile is a passionate British Computer Scientist, Software Engineer, System Designer, Scientific Inventor, Goal Getter, Achiever and a Gentleman.
Dr Ogunshile has diversified experience having successfully worked as a Software Engineer, Intranet Manager, Systems Manager, Teaching Assistant and Senior Research Scientist in Software and Systems Engineering on other occasions.
Dr Ogunshile is a Software professional with over 15 years broad experience covering analysis and design, development, service, testing, technical writing, user training, team leading and negotiation. Advocate for collaboration and adoption of new technologies to improve information sharing and collaboration. Focused on a user-centric approach to software development to ensure usable software that solves real problems for real people.

Previously, Dr Ogunshile graduated with an MSc(Eng) in Advanced Software Engineering (2005) following a BEng(Hons) in Software Engineering (2003) and a Ph.D in the subject of Computer Science (2011) all at The University of Sheffield, England, UK. The University of Sheffield is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of research intensive universities.
His Ph.D thesis was titled: A Machine with Class: A Framework for Object Generation, Integration and Language Authentication: (FROGILA).

Area of expertise

Automated Specification, Verification and Testing of Software and Hardware, Model Based System Engineering, Formal Methods, Object-Oriented Languages, Type Theory, Cloud Computing, Big Data, Machine Learning, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, Internet of Things, Cyber-Security and Natural Language Processing.
The goal of my research is ultimately to provide better tools to aid in the engineering of reliable, efficient and portable applications for modern computer systems. Hence, my research revolves around the development of formal techniques and automated tools to design, specify, verify and test complex scalable object-oriented software and hardware systems within an integrated and collaborative development environment.
  I supervise several Undergraduates, Masters and PhD students doing some exciting and novel research work in my above research outlined areas of expertise.

I currently supervise a number of PhD projects. If you're interested in doing a PhD with me, please email me your CV and research proposal in the first instance. I am the Director of Studies for the following PhD students.

Current PhD Students:   

      - Khoa Phung (1st January 2020 – to date).

      - Senerath Jayatilake (1st October 2020 – to date).

      - Bashir Adewale Sanusi (1st October 2021 – to date).


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