Eric Llewellyn known as Eric
BSc (Hons) Computing – 1st Class Honours
As well as teaching responsibilities, I also line manage staff within the School. My main responsibilities are to guide the development of new programmes alongside the upgrade of existing provision and to enable appropriate staff development to support the team’s ability to deliver programmes and meet the needs of the department’s research and income generation activities. I am also responsible for the implementation of all University policies, procedures and strategies within the School.
2017 – Present: Deputy Head of Computing & Mathematics – University of South Wales
2014 – 2017: Associate Head of Computing & Mathematics – University of South Wales
2011 – 2014: Academic Subject Leader (Engineering & Computing) – UWN/USW
2008 – 2011: Academic Leader (Computing) – University of Wales, Newport
2005 – 2008: Senior Lecturer (Computing) – University of Wales, Newport
2001 – 2005: Lecturer (Computing) – University of Wales, College Newport
1999 – 2001: Programmer – Science Systems
1996 – 1999: IT Consultant – Newport & Gwent Enterprise
Principles of Computing
e-Business, Systems and Strategy
Vidalis, S. Llewellyn, E. and Angelopoulou, O. 2010. Training Digital Forensic Investigators at Newport, 4th Conference on Cybercrime Forensics and Training, Canterbury Christ Church University.
Vidalis, S., Llewellyn, E.W. and Tubb, C. 2007. Using Deception for Assuring Security. International Conference on Information Warfare, USA.
Llewellyn, E., Stanton, M.J. and Roberts, G.N. 2003. A Combined object-orientated and structured petri net approach for discrete events systems’ design. 4th International Workshop on European Scientific and Industrial Collaboration (WESIC 2003). Miscolc, Hungary. pp. 313-320.
Llewellyn, E., Stanton, M.J. and Roberts, G.N. 2002. Nine-step approach to designing successful visual programming applications. Computing and Control Engineering. (13)2 pp 82-86. ISSN Number 0956-3385.
Llewellyn, E., Stanton, M.J. and Roberts, G.N. 2001. Discrete Event Systems Design Based upon the UML and Petri Net objects. 3rd Workshop on European Scientific and Industrial Collaboration (WESIC 2001) Enschede, The Netherlands, pp 211-219. ISBN 90 365 16102
Llewellyn, E., Stanton, M.J. and Roberts, G.N. 2000. Towards the implementation of the unified modelling language (UML) into a computer integrated manufacturing (CIM) Environment. International Conference on Systems Engineering 2000 (ICSE2000). Coventry. Vol. 2, pp 398-403.
Fellow of the BCS (FBCS)
Chartered Information Technology Professional (CITP)
Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA)
I am external examiner for Computing programmes at the University of Ulster and Noroff University, Norway. I have previously worked with the University of Central Lancashire, Teeside University, University of Northampton, Staffordshire University, Asia Pacific University (Malaysia), Twintech (Malaysia), Unikop (Malaysia), City University (Malaysia), Sentral College (Penang) and ESI (Spain).
My main area of interest is computer system design and modelling linked to automated code generation.
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