Areas of Expertise: Computing and technology
Philip is a specialist in data storage and manipulation with specific emphasis on database design and data-driven application programming for both web and desktop environments.
After leaving Birmingham University in 1987 with an Honours degree in Chemistry, Philip refocused his interests into the expanding discipline of Computer Programming. Having worked for a number of companies, including his own, Philip joined the Anglia Ruskin University Computing Department in 2008.
Philip teaches modules that form part of the Software Development, Network Systems and Cyber Security courses at ARU as well as conducting research into Wheelchair control systems and working as a practitioner offering advice on data analytics.
Philip is a member of our Computing, Informatics and Applications research group.
BSc (Hons) Chemistry, University of Birmingham
Payne, P. and Sanchez-Velazquez, E. (2019). Comparison of Electric Wheelchair Control Systems in a Virtual Environment - IEEE Conference Publication. 2018 10th Computer Science and Electronic Engineering (CEEC).