Shadi Saleh Basurra

Shadi Basurra received his BSc (Hons) degree in Computer Science from Exeter University, the UK, and MSc in Distributed Systems and Networks from Kent University at Canterbury, UK. He obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Bath in collaboration with Bristol University. After completing his Ph.D., Shadi worked at Sony Corporation developing Goal Decision Systems, he then moved on to work as a Research Fellow at the Zero Carbon Lab - Birmingham City University. He recently joined the Computer Science Centre as a Senior Lecturer in Software Engineering at Birmingham City University. His recent research is related to Edge Computing, in particular, the use of the lightweight machine and deep learning techniques that allow the learning and inference to occur on devices with limited resources, e.g., IoT devices, to aid rapid decisionmaking whilst maintaining the highest possible accuracy in Classification and Regression Analysis. He has published a number of peer-reviewed scientific publications in international conferences, journals, and has taught postgraduate and undergraduate courses in software engineering and networking.


A Review of Mental Health Issues Prevalent in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Subjects
Sasan Radan, Sara Hassan, Andrew Sean Wilson, Shadi Saleh Basurra. © 2023. 27 pages.
The stigma surrounding mental health in IT education and industry impacts productivity, health, and career prospects. Little research focuses on mental health factors and efforts...