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Summary

David is a Reader in the Department of Computer Science, at Brunel University London.  David is a keen multi-disciplinary researcher who has applied novel digital service solutions in a range of domains (including a range of health settings).  His research interest lies in Service Design, Emotion AI, Cyber Security, Semantic technologies and Medical Technology (MedTech) – often driven by machine learning and simulation.  David has collaborated on a number of funded research grants investigating the modelling of health evidence, augmenting naturalistic cultural settings with museum objects, trading personal data and simulating COVID-19. He has also worked with a number of NHS collaborators on the design of Apps that optimise or enhance patient pathways.  David has supported the NHS advising on Health Data AI and Digital Hospital working groups.  Before returning to university, David worked for several small and large software development companies and then in Investment Banking becoming technology director.  More recently, David has commercialised his previous health evidence modelling research grant into HecoAnalytics Limited (a Brunel University London spin-out). 

Qualifications

PhD, MBA, BSc(Hons)

Responsibility

Co-Director - STAHR Research Centre

Course Director - MSc Digital Service Design