Reyer Zwiggelaar Ir (Groningen), PhD (University College London)

Professor

Head of the Graduate School

Director of Research (IMPACS)

Contact Details

Room Number..........:  B61
Building....................:  Llandinam
Phone.......................:   +44 (0)1970 628691
E-Mail........................:   rrz
External Publication Websites:
Google Scholar
ResearchGate

Biography

Reyer Zwiggelaar received the Ir. Degree in Applied Physics from the State University Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands, in 1989, and the Ph.D. Degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from the University College London, London, UK, in 1993. He is currently a Professor at the Department of Computer Science, Aberystwyth University, UK. He is the author or co-author of more than 180 conference and journal papers. His current research interests include Medical Image Understanding, especially Focusing on Mammographic and Prostate Data, Pattern Recognition, Statistical Methods, Texture-Based Segmentation, and Feature-Detection Techniques.

Research Groups

Teaching Areas

Modules Taught

  • MAM5120: Statistical Concepts, Methods and Tools
  • MOR0510: Dulliau Darllen
  • MOR9005: Moeseg, Llenladrata ac Ymarfer Academaidd ar gyfer Myfyrwyr Ymchwil
  • PGM1010: Quantitative Data Collection and Analysis
  • PGM2210: Research Skills and Personal Development (Arts and Humanities) (2210)
  • PGM2310: Research Skills and Personal Development (Science) (2310)
  • PGM2400: Research Seminar Skills in the Life Sciences
  • PGM2410: Research Seminar Skills in the Life Sciences
  • PGM2510: Grants Development Workshops
  • PGM2600: Reading and Writing Development Group
  • PGM2610: Reading and Writing Development Group
  • PGM2910: Research Writing Programme
  • PGM3310: Entrepreneurship for Research Students
  • PGM4005: Ethics, Plagiarism and Academic Practice for Research Students
  • PGM4310: Quantitative Data Collection and Analysis
  • PGM4710: Research Skills and Personal Development (Arts and Humanities) (2210)
  • PGM9005: Ethics, Plagiarism and Academic Practice for Research Students

Publications