I am a Professor of Human-Centred Data Intelligence at The University of Northampton in the UK. I lead the university’s Artificial Intelligence and Data Science programme. My research covers human factors in multimedia, programmable networks, machine learning and immersive media. I have led a number of research and innovation projects including EPSRC-funded SDCN: Software Defined Cognitive Networking. I am Associate Editor of Springer Multimedia Systems journal.

Email: mumu@ieee.org, mu.mu@northampton.ac.uk
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L: www.linkedin.com/in/mu-mu-b40158a/
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R: www.researchgate.net/profile/Mu_Mu2

I accept PhD candidates interested in applied artificial intelligence, human-computer interaction, virtual reality or related areas.
PhD supervision (Surnames in Alphabetical Order):
Mr Ahmed Basil Ph.D. Software-defined intelligent networks for fair resource allocation
Mr Djamel Benchaib M.Phil. The Processes of meaning making within Algerians’ interactions in Facebook and LinkedIn discussion groups
Miss Ola Challabi Ph.D. Intelligent route planning predication the impact of social events on local traffic.
Mr Murtada Dohan Ph.D. Human attention in virtual reality applications
Mr Mahmood Khalsan Ph.D. A deep Learning approach applied to gene expression analysis for cancer prediction
Mr Chris Muchibwa Ph.D. Data-driven automated detection system for early detection of cataract using machine learning techniques
Ms Raghad Zenki Ph.D. Interactive 3D medical image segmentation for bone structures using CNN-based segmentation algorithms