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My name is Dr Carlene Campbell, I am a Professor (Associate) in Computing and Manager for Research Degrees at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David. I’ve been supervising postgraduate and undergraduate projects for over 6 years. I also have experience in academic and graduate-level research and PhD supervision. I have a passion for projects and research at all levels; this enthusiasm leads me to share my knowledge that will guide interested individuals to be successful in their projects, research and writing up.
My expertise areas are in Cyber Security and Wireless/Computer Networks and Communications.
I received a Ph.D. degree in Wireless Sensor Networks from the School of Engineering and Information Sciences at Middlesex University, United Kingdom (UK), a MSc. in Telecommunications and Computer Network Engineering at London South Bank University, UK, a Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education Professional Practice at Coventry University, UK and a BSc in Computer and Management Studies at the University of Technology, Jamaica.
I am a Certified Ethical Hacker, Certified Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator and Cisco Certified Academy Instructor (CCAI) for CCNA and CCNA Security. I am also a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA), a member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology (MIET) and a member of the IET South West Wales Committee.
My research interests include Wireless Networks, Cyber Security, Internet of Things (IoT), Protocols design, networks modelling and simulations for communication networks. I am actively engaged in research and currently lead a number of collaborative research projects such as the use of Wireless Sensor Networks for Monitoring Sediment Transport that will develop a coastal monitoring system which will have global application. I have contributed in a number of research publications in conferences and international refereed journals. I am journal editorial and reviewer for a number of scientific-professional journals.