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Research Student

De Montfort University

1999 – 2003

Milton Keynes, United Kingdom


● Taught applied mathematics and computer science courses to BSc and MSc students. Subjects: Programming languages (C, C++, SQL, HTML, XML, JavaScript, PHP, Perl), Computational methods, Operating system concepts, Database systems, Web development.
● Designed course lecture plans and prepared lecture slide decks.
● Prepared lab assignments.
● Wrote midterm and term final exam tasks.
● Graded exams and student projects.
● Mentored students in their course projects and final year projects.
● Prepared project proposals with budgets.
● Interacted with industrial contacts about collaborative projects (medical visualization, weather modeling and visualization).


● C++
● 3D Max
● Animation
● Pattern Recognition
● Medical Visualization
● OpenGL
● Volume Data


● Technical Writing
● Research



PhD, Computer Science

“Closely Interacting Figures in Virtual Environment”


S.Pugach, G. Clapworthy

“A More Realistic Action-Reaction Model for Virtual Environments”, Proceedings of IV 2003 Conference


De Montfort University, Leicester (DMU) is the most improved university in the UK, according to the 2015 Sunday Times league tables. DMU is also one of the top 50 universities in the country for graduate employment. Our hugely successful graduates have gone onto work at world-leading companies such as Warner Bros, HSBC, Nike, KPMG, BBC, Gucci, Abercrombie and Fitch, BMW, Levi’s, NASA, Disney, IBM and Adidas. Some have even designed shoes for the Duchess of Cambridge and clothes for Beyoncé. We are also one of Britain’s top 20 universities for successful graduate start-ups. We are a truly global university – with students from more than 130 countries and 155 quality international partnerships providing placement opportunities around the world. A £136 million investment is transforming the campus into one of the finest higher education complexes in the country. We also have close ties to the local community and our multi-award-winning Square Mile project saw 1,500 students volunteer more than 30,000 hours of their time last year, enhancing the education and improving the lives of 5,500 local residents. We are home to many internationally renowned research groups whose innovative, life-changing research has a direct, positive impact on students, the wider economy and society at large. Many of DMU’s research units are rated as ‘internationally excellent or ‘world leading’.