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Dr Richard Neville (PhD, MSc, BSc, MIET (MIEE), CEng, MIEEE, IEEE CS, MINNS, MENNS, & MIEEE CIS (MIEEE NNS), Inventor, British Library Reader, KM, FM) - personal details

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Dr Richard Neville

Role: Lecturer

Tel: 0161 306-3317

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Qualifications

Holder of DTI R&D Development Smart Award
Holder of IEEE WCCI IJCNN06 Award
Member of the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society
Member of the International Neural Network Society (INNS)
British Library Reader
Reader: School of Computing, Information Systems and Mathematics, South Bank University 1999(Jan)-2000(Aug), then offered 6 PhD students to start as a Professor, but mover to UMIST:
Dr Richard Neville was awarded support and multi-licences for Agilent VEE Pro 9.2 (Agilent Certificate Number: 3MRG-KGU9) on Mon 07/03/2011.
Member of the reviewer panel IEEE-TNN
Member of the reviewer panel Neurocomputing
Member of the reviewer panel Requirement Engineering (RE) Journal
Member of the reviewer panel Journal of Intelligent & Fuzzy Systems
Member of the reviewer panel International Journal of Neural Systems (IJNS)
Member of the reviewer panel IEEE Transactions: refereed a special issue on Associative Processors
Member of the reviewer panel IEEE IJCNN
Member of International Conference Natural Computation conference Program Committees
Member of World Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (SCI) conference referee panel
Conference Chair session @ IEEE IRI 2005

PhD, MSc, BSc, MIET (MIEE), CEng, MIEEE, IEEE CS, MINNS, MENNS, & MIEEE CIS (MIEEE NNS), Inventor
1993 PhD Artificial Intelligence, Brunel University; Thesis Title: Augmentation of Sigma-pi Structures and Learning Regimes.
1991 MSc Microelectronics Systems Design, Brunel University; Thesis Title: Investigate and Evaluate the Design of Probabilistic Nodes for Boolean n-cube Networks.
1985 BSc (Honours) Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Portsmouth Polytechnic