Scott Turner

Associate Professor (Computer Engineering)

Northampton, uk

Teaching modules in Artificial Intelligence, problems-solving and computer system for over 10 years. Developed a set of outreach activities that bring engineering, computing and waste management together around robot and robot-like activities. Leads the research group Science and Technology Research in Pedagogy (STRiPE) as well the postgraduate provision in the Department of Computing and Immersive Technologies. Research interests include mobile robotics; problem-solving; computer-related pedagogy; Genetic Algorithms and Neural Network Applications; Signal Progressing. Before moving into computing I worked as a research engineer in the medical field.


  • Problems First DOI: doi:10.4018/978-1-60960-797-5.ch007
  • Predicting leather handle like an expert by artificial neural networks DOI: 10.1080/08839514.2011.545218
  • The subjective measurement of leather handle by descriptive sensory analysis
  • Robotics within the teaching of problem-Solving DOI: 10.11120/ital.2008.07010108
  • Problem solving and creativity for undergraduate engineers: Process or product?
  • Non-linear modal interactions in a suspension rope system with time-varying length
  • Extraction of short-latency evoked potentials using a combination of wavelets and evolutionary algorithms DOI: 10.1016/S1350-4533(03)00021-3
  • Modelling, Simulation and Analysis Techniques in the Prediction of Non-Stationary Vibration Response of Hoist Ropes in Lift Systems
  • Selecting Filter Banks to Enhance Evoked Potentials Recordings Using Evolutionary Algorithms. DOI: 10.1007/10704703_8
  • Routing algorithm optimization for Software Defined Network WAN. In: 2016 Al-Sadeq International Conference on Multidisciplinary in IT and Communication Science and Applications (AIC-MITCSA). U.S.: IEEE. DOI: 10.1109/AIC-MITCSA.2016.7759945
  • Performance evaluation of QoS using SIP & IAX2 VVoIP protocols with CODECS. In: SAI Computing Conference 2016. U.S.: IEEE. 9781467384605. pp. 631-636. DOI: 10.1109/SAI.2016.7556048
  • Enhancing Computing Student Employability Skills Through Partnership Working in STEM Outreach Software Engineering Education Going Agile DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-29166-6_10

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