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Professor Steven Bradley

Professor

BA MSc PhD PGCAP SFHEA


Affiliations
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Professor in the Department of Computer ScienceMCS 2027+44 (0) 191 33 41754

Biography

After studying maths and then Computer Science, Steven joined Durham University in 1997 as a lecturer in Computer Science. From 2004-2013 he was a part-time teaching fellow, spending the rest of his time on web consultancy, mainly on research projects across the university. From 2013 he was a full-time teaching fellow in the department of Computer Science and has been an Professor (teaching) since 2020.

Other skills and qualifications

Steven likes playing musical instruments and singing, and holds many music qualifications including Grade 1 Violin (with merit).  He is qualified in Chainsaw Maintenance and Cross-cutting as well as Felling and Processing Trees up to 380mm. In sailing he holds the RYA Day Skipper Practical qualification and acts as personal sailing advisor to Guy Gordon, the Highland Vet, having previously held the rank of patrol leader of the Penguins in the 19th Tynemouth 9th Tyne Sea Scouts.

Research interests

  • Computer Science education
  • Knowledge representation and student learning
  • Citizen science
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Real-time systems

Research groups

  • Innovative Computing

Research Projects

  • Children’s hospice service data mapping project 2011/12
  • Mapping Unit

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Publications

Chapter in book

Conference Paper

Conference Proceeding

  • Steven Bradley & Alexandra Cristea (2019). Proceedings of the 3rd Conference on Computing Education Practice. Computing Education Practice, Durham, UK, ACM.

Journal Article