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Biography Dr Oluwaseun Bamgboye is currently a Lecturer and researcher at the School of Computing, Engineering and Built Environment at Edinburgh Napier University. He obtained both the BSc and MSc awards in Computer Science. He later obtained his PhD degree in Computing from the Edinburgh Napier University. He has worked in various capacity as a Tutor, Researcher and Lecturer with more than ten years of experience in teaching and supporting students.
Dr Oluwaseun Bamgboye is an active researcher in major areas of Software Engineering with interests and leading expertise focusing on Internet of Things (IoT), Semantic Technologies and Knowledge-based Systems, Steam Processing, Trust Management Systems, Robotic Process Automation, and Artificial Intelligence. He has published several research papers and gave invited talks in various areas of his research interests.

PC Chair:13th International Workshop on Quality Oriented Reuse of Software (QUORS 2019) as part of IEEE signature COMPSAC Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Invited Talk : 6th Scottish Linked Data Interest Group Workshop (SLiDInG 6) at Earl Mountbatten Building, Herriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland, U.K. (May 2018)
Convener: The Stakeholders’ Meeting on the Nation’s Cybersecurity Challenges facilitated by Nigeria Computer Society, Nigeria and Edinburgh Napier University, UK. (January 9, 2020)
Reviewer: Journal of Big Data and Cognitive Computing (BDCC)
Reviewer: The Applied Science Journal

* Semantic-driven anti-phishing software architecture (2019-20 SFC GCRF Internal Pump Priming fund)
* SWAM: A Smart Water MAnagement SysteM (SFC GCRF Internal fund, 2021)
* Enhanced Deep Learning and Semantic-based Predictive Analytics for Reactive IoTs (Internal Fund, 2022)
Research Interests Quantum Computing
Large/Small Language Models
Explainable AI
PhD Supervision Availability Yes
PhD Topics Semantic Model-Driven Framework for Validating Sensor Streaming Data in Internet of Things Reactive Applications