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Dr Nigel Barlow
Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) in Computing
School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
Programme Manager for:
BSc (Hons) Computer Science (Programme 3429)
Research active in high performance real-time graphics, visualisation, mobile computing.
PhD (Underwater Acoustics)
BSc (Hons) (Electronics)
BCS (Educational Affiliate)
High Performance Real Time Computer Graphics (in other words games programming)
Embedded Systems programming
Module Leader for modules
NET103 (Computer Systems)
CNET118 (Computer Operating Systems)
SOFT254 (Mobile app development)
SOFT351 (DirectX programming)
Contributor to modules
PRCS251 (Integrating group project)
PRCO303 (Final year individual project)
Tucker R. Barlow N. Stuart L. 2012 The Background and Importance of Exploiting Multiple Cores. A Case Study in Neurophysiological Visualization. Proceedings of the 2012 International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications 2 pp 352-358.
Other academic activities
I publish as MadMutt (Sorry, I couldn't think of what to call the Android package) under the banner University of Plymouth Enterprise Ltd on Google Play. Click here to see my apps. Only the mad mutt ones are mine.