Research Team

Usanut Sangtongdee (Teddy)
Usanut Sangtongdee (Teddy)Research Topic: Machine Learning-based Intelligence Analysis for Digital Forensics InvestigationU.Sangtongdee@tees.ac.uk
Usanut is a second-year PhD student in Machine Learning studies. He has a background in information technology with a concentration in database design from Southern New Hampshire University, the US. He has got a scholarship from the government of Thailand to pursue a doctoral degree at Teesside University, the UK. Before studying oversea, he managed a laboratory for digital evidence at the Royal Police Cadet Academy in Thailand. He has worked as a forensic examiner and investigator at a national task force, aiming to tackle child abuse and human trafficking since 2016. The taskforce names Thailand Internet Crimes Against Children, a.k.a. TICAC. Digital evidence collection and multimedia intelligence analysis are two expertise in his role. His proposed project currently involves applying pre-trained models in transfer learning to improve object detection in multimedia forensic investigation, which remains cost-efficient and high-performance. His PhD research topic is 'Learning from Multiple Sources of Input Data for Forensic Intelligence Investigation.'
Vishal Thakor
Vishal Thakor Research Title: Lightweight cryptography for resource constrain IoT devicesv.thakor@tees.ac.uk
Vishal Thakor is currently pursuing PhD in "Lightweight Cryptography to improve security in resource-constrained IoT devices" from Teesside University, UK. He is also working as a part-time lecturer at the same university. He is having more than 10 years of teaching and around 2+ years of industrial experience. Along with his passion to teach, he loves coding using C/C++, VB, C# and Python. His areas of interest are Information Security, Cyber Security, Computer Networks, Algorithm Design, Data Structure, Internet of Things and also Web Designing. He is a lifetime member of Computer Society of India (CSI), India.
Suraj Verma
Suraj VermaResearch Title: Deep Learning for Early Cancer Diagnosis and Prognosiss.verma@tees.ac.uk
Suraj Verma is a postgraduate student at Teesside University pursuing Master Degree in Data Science (Jan 2020 - Jan 2022). He is also working as a Research Assistant at Teesside University under the supervision of Dr. Mohammad Abdur Razzaque. He completed his Bachelor degree in Computer Engineering from Kathmandu Engineering College, Kathmandu, Nepal in 2014. Before joining Teesside University, he worked as a software engineer in Nepal for five years. His research interests are focused on the application of Artificial Intelligence in healthcare, particularly in biomedical image processing, early cancer detection and prognosis
Adi Suleiman Mustafa El-dalahmeh
Adi Suleiman Mustafa El-dalahmehResearch Title: Android SecurityV8173589@live.tees.ac.uk
Adi completed his bachelor's degree in computer science in 2018, and a master's degree in cybersecurity from the University of Teesside (2020), he is now a PhD student in the field of Android Security at the University of Teesside.
Olutunde Solomon Adesiji
Olutunde Solomon Adesiji Research Title: Blockchain-Based Distributed and Secure Learning for autonomous vehicleso.adesiji@tees.ac.uk
Olutunde Adesiji had his BSc and MSc in Computer Science from the University of Sunderland, UK. He has more than 5 years of experience in computer programming (C#, Java, Python, and in other software) while working with IT industry in UK. His research interests are on blockchain application, machine learning, cybersecurity and data analysis. He is currently doing his Ph.D. in Blockchain-based Distributed at the Teesside University, and as a part-time module support at the Teesside University.
Opeoluwa Joseph Ladeinde
Opeoluwa Joseph LadeindeResearch Title: Facilitating Generative Learning in a Programming Language Independent Cognitive Programming Tutors by encouraging the use of Code CommentsO.Ladeinde@tees.ac.uk
Opeoluwa Ladeinde is a final year PhD student in studies regarding Intelligent Tutoring Systems. He has a first class undergraduate in Bsc Computer Games Programming, and currently teaches part time in Teesside University as a graduate tutor. He has interests in programming (with preference to C#, C++ and Lua), games design, 2D animation and educational psychology