Sin Wee

Dr Sin Lee

Lecturer

Artificial Intelligence, Intelligent Data Analysis, Green IT and Innovative Higher Education Technologies

Department of Engineering & Computing ,

Dr Sin Wee Lee is the Head of Partnerships and Senior Lecturer at UEL. His aim is to develop and deliver high quality programmes that integrate all the expertise available in the school, to enable students to have the best learning experience and prepare them for employment. Dr Lee's academic and research interest include Predictive Analytics, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

Areas Of Interest

Artificial Intelligence, Intelligent Data Analysis, Green IT and Innovative Higher Education Technologies

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OVERVIEW

Dr Sin Wee Lee is a Senior Lecturer in Computer Science and Programme Leader for BSc (Hons) Software Engineering , within the School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering (ACE).

From Sept 2005 - Sept 2006 he was a part - time lecturer and UEL Research Fellow, with responsibility in developing Diagnostic Feedback for Virtual Learning Environment using Neural Networks. Previous to this he was a Part-time lecturer and Research Assistant at Leeds Metropolitan University, working on the improvement and development of connectionist language parser.

Sin Wee graduated with first class honours in BEng (Hons) in Electronics Engineering and Computing from the Nottingham Trent University and was awarded his PhD from Leeds Metropolitan University.

CURRENT RESEARCH

Sin Wee's main areas of expertise are in the field of Artificial Intelligence and Artificial Neural Networks (ANN), Green IT and Innovative Higher Education Technologies; focusing on innovative applications in Pattern Recognition, Natural Language Processing, Intelligence Data Analysis, Green IT policy and sustainability in Higher Education.

He is well experienced in developing and implementing research strategies, managing research and education collaborations either between academic, with academic, or academic with industry; locally and internationally. During his professional career, he has also acquired an in depth skill in generating reports and evaluations on progress and on end results of the development and implementation of research strategies and latest innovation in the field of Artificial Intelligence and Artificial Neural Networks.

During his PhD, Sin Wee developed a new self-optimising reinforcement learning algorithm, known as snap-drift, when incorporated into a modular neural network system, is capable of rapidly adapting to discover provisional solutions that meet criteria imposed by a changing environment. This is analogous to humans optimising selection according to the options available in the surrounding environment.

Other scholarly activities

  • Reviewer, Software Quality Journal
  • Reviewer, Journal of Neurocomputing
  • Reviewer, Journal of Neural Computing and Applications Organising Committee for EANN
  • Programme Committee for International Conference on Neural Computation (ICNC)

TEACHING

MSc Computer Science

This course helps you to further develop your knowledge and skills within the cutting-edge areas of Computer Science. The course has been designed to provide you with a blend of advanced theoretical knowledge and practical skills related to emerging technologies deployed in industry and research.

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BSc (Hons) Computer Science

You'll learn the main areas of the discipline, including software engineering, Artificial Intelligence, information security and data analytics, as well as computer systems, databases and networks.

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MODULES

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Business Intelligence Analysis
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Vision
  • Introduction to Software Development