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Durham University

Computer Science

Profile

Dr Noura Al Moubayed, BA MSc PhD

Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science
Telephone: +44 (0) 191 33 41749
Room number: E236

(email at noura.al-moubayed@durham.ac.uk)

Biography

Dr Al Moubayed is an Assistant Professor at the department of computer science in Durham University, and a Visiting Associate Professor at the School of Computing Science in Newcastle University.

Her main research interest is in machine learning, natural language processing, and optimisation. Dr Al Moubayed obtained her PhD from the Robert Gordon University, followed by post-doctoral positions in the University of Glasgow and Durham University. She developed machine learning and deep learning solutions in the areas of healthcare, social signal processing, cyber-security, and Brain-Computer Interfaces. All of which involve high dimensional, noisy and imbalance data challenges.

Indicators of Esteem

Research Groups

  • Innovative Computing

Research Interests

  • Natural Language Processing
  • Machine Learning - Deep Learning
  • Machine Learning for Healthcare
  • Anomaly Detection
  • Unsupervised Feature Learning
  • Social Robotics
  • Brain Computer Interfaces
  • Evolutionary Computation
  • Multi-Objective Optimisation

Selected Publications

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Conference Paper

Doctoral Thesis

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Selected Grants

  • 2019: Innovate UK with Cievert ltd, Machine Learning for Healthcare, (£227,547.00, 2.5 years)
  • 2018: Creating ad campaign stories using synthetic visual cues (£18780.00 from )
  • 2018: EPSRC CRITiCaL - Combatting cRiminals In The CLoud (Co-Investigator, Funding Value: £2,027,645)
  • 2018: General Purpose Text Understanding using AI engine with Adaptive Sentiment Visualisation (£33780.00 from )
  • 2018: Royal Society Partnership Grant with Fellside Primary School (Funding Value £5000)
  • 2016: Phase 2: Open Source Big Data Insight. Automated Knowledge Discovery and Classification (Co-Investigator and Named Research Associate. Funding Value: £452,100.00)
  • 2015: Phase 1: Open Source Big Data Insight. Automated Knowledge Discovery and Classification (Co-Investigator and Named Research Associate. Funding Value: £36,173.08)

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