SEEK: Salford Environment for Expertise and Knowledge
Mr Lee Griffiths
Mr Lee Griffiths
postal addressRoom S6, School of Computing, Science and Engineering, Newton Building, Salford University, Salford, M5 4WT.
email addressL.Griffiths@salford.ac.uk
telephone07768656382
website addresshttp://www.hci-research.org
Key Memberships
From January 2001 to September 2010.
From January 2001 to August 2015.
From January 2001 to present.
Full Member of Research Institute: Informatics Research Institute (IRIS)
From December 2003 to September 2009.
From May 2006 to September 2009.
Full Member of Research Centre: Computer Science
From December 2003 to May 2006.
Profile Summary

Expert in Advanced Human Computer Interaction, Computer Programming and Learning Technologies I have over fifteen years experience as a Lecturer in user centered aspects of Computer Science.

Having taught large classes at all levels in Higher Education for over fifteen years, I am skilled in course design and management, marketing and engagement and pastoral care of students. My practical teaching skills are highly rated by students and I take a pragmatic approach to problem solving whilst working towards strategic goals.

I am an accomplished innovative researcher with an up to date record of publications which support my academic and practical work. I lead teaching innovation by example within group and encourage colleagues and students to expand their traditional approaches to learning. I have a talent for improving public impact of our work and enjoy organising and participating in public engagement activities to the benefit of my subject and the organisation.

I began my career in the mid 1980's as an Electrical Engineering technical apprentice for the international Oil and Gas Company, Schlumberger Limited. Following this I studied Electrical Engineering to the level of BEng (Hons), and then studied for an MSc in Computational Physics.

I came to Salford as a lecturer in 1998 following a three year Research Assistantship on a successful large scale Framework 4 European Union project (IMMP) investigating deployment issues with broadband multimedia services. I am especially interested in usability of state-of-the art technology such as the Internet, mobile devices, social media and future digital media.

I am a professional member of the British Computing Society and hold the status of Chartered IT Professional.

Key Qualifications
1992
1994
Key Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Other Journal Articles
Exhibitions
Newspaper Articles
Papers in Published Conference Proceedings
Poster Presentations
Key Presence
Invited Papers and Lectures
2007
Apr
Media Appearances
2012
Feb

Studio interview about the release of the Raspberry Pi (£25 computer) on BBC Radio Manchester February 29th 2012