Fadi Safieddine

Dr. Fadi Safieddine

Lecturer

Department of Engineering & Computing , School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering

Senior Lecturer in Computing and Management Information Systems, Dr Fadi Safieddine's role involves lecturing, programme leadership, programme validation, syllabus planning, programme redesign, content update, seminars, research, and other scholar activities.

Qualifications

  • 2013: FHEA Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • 2004: Doctorate of Philosophy: An Empirical Evaluation Of Modelling Languages for Fourth Generation E-commerce Application Development. University of East London.
  • 2003: Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education.
  • 1998: MSc. Information System Management. University of Stirling.
  • 1997: BSc.(Hons) Business Computers, Lebanese American University.

Areas Of Interest

  • Book writer of several published books on personal help (Amazon) with some translated to Italian and Russian.
  • Teaching and research.
  • Fitness.
  • E-teaching.
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OVERVIEW

External roles

External examiner in the subject of Business Information System and Business Information Technologies.

Dr Safieddine has over twenty years of experience in Higher Education, and as Member of the British Computer Society (MBCS) he has been actively involved in University accreditations for BIS programmes.

Students have rated Dr Safieddine as one of the best lecturers in delivery, organisation and content. Reaching the finals twice as the best lecturer of the year in London for 2013 and 2014; Dr Safieddine went on to win of AUM Business College Outstanding Contribution to University Life 2015. His teaching philosophy takes full advantage of a variety of E-media technologies while maintaining a personal face-to-face interaction with his students.

A keen researcher in the areas of applying technology in education, sustainability in Higher Education, combating online misinformation, and data fusion; Dr Safieddine has several international academic publications in this field. He also has several academic contributions in the form of book publications, chapter contributions, and research direction funding.

Dr Safieddine has industrial experience in database system development, web design, e-learning, and office automation systems. His industrial experience and his research enhance and enrich his teaching.

Dr Safieddine lectures in various subjects including Systems Analysis, System Modelling, Database Design, Advance Database Development, Programming, Management Information Systems, Project Management, Data Simulation, E-commerce and web design. At postgraduate level, Dr Safieddine has supervised MSc, DBA, and PhD students.

RESEARCH

  • Propagation of Fake News
  • Business and System process modelling and redesign
  • Data Fusion
  • E-University systems

PUBLICATIONS

  • Identifying Fake News from the Variables that Governs the Spread of Fake News.
    Dordevic, M., Pourghomi, P. and Safieddine, F. Oct 2020. SMAP 2020 - IEEE Workshop on Semantic and Social Media Adaptation and Personalization, Zakynthos, Greece.
  • Fake News: Origins and Political Impact.
    Safieddine, F. and Hammad, R.. Jul 2020. In Handbook of Research on Recent Developments in Internet Activism and Political Participation (pp. 103-121). IGI Global Publishing.
  • Fake News in an Era of Social Media: Tracking Viral Contagion.
    Ibrahim, Y and Safieddine, F. (ed.). Feb 2020. Rowman & Littlefield.
  • Facebook Fake Profile Identification: Technical and Ethical Considerations.
    Pourghomi, P., Dordevic, M. and Safieddine, F.. Jan 2020. International Journal of Pervasive Computing and Communications.
  • E-university delivery model: handling the evaluation process.
    Ismail, R., Safieddine, F. and Jaradat, A.. March 2019. Business Process Management Journal. 25 (7), pp. 1633-1646.
  • A best-effort integration framework for imperfect information spaces.
    Jaradat, A., Abu Halimeh, A., Deraman, A. and Safieddine, F. . 2018. International Journal of Intelligent Information and Database Systems. 11 (4), pp. 296 - 314.

FUNDING

  • 2015: AUM E-Learning Tablet: Developing an Educational Tablet using research funding: £5000
  • 2014: Web and Database Designer: KTP for Optimity online cabling booking system. £2000

TEACHING

MODULES

  • CN4003 Web Technologies
  • CN4005 IT Pitching (Mental Wealth)
  • CN7039 Software Engineering
  • CN4000: Information System Management
  • CN6103: Supervision of Undergraduate Students
  • CN7000: Supervision of Postgraduate Students
  • PhD Supervision
  • Other: Has experience in teaching Research Methods, Project Management, and Database Design.