List of our Centre members
- Morad Daneshvar - Dr Morad Danishvar is a Research Fellow in System Engineering Research Group at Brunel University London, specializing in real-time systems modelling and middlewares and data engineering. Over the years he has gained industrial experiences in industry and participated in numerous research projects including the following areas: real-time systems modelling, data acquisition, sensitivity analysis, and systems modelling; software and application development; system design/simulation and optimisation algorithms; instrumentation, electronic design and process control programming including PLCs. Morad currently works on Horizon 2020 Z-Factor which focuses on zero defects in manufacturing systems.
- Hanan Alsaiari is a PhD candidate in System Engineering Research Group at Brunel University London, focusing in Financial Systems modelling, High frequency Trading signals and Algorithmic Trading. Hanan holds an MS in Finance & Investment from Brunel University. She is a member of IMA & Journal of Trading.
- Futra Zamsyah Md Fadzil - Futra Zamsyah is working towards the PhD degree under System Engineering Research Group at Brunel University. His current research investigates the homogenous parameter that could contribute to the frequent failure of harmonic filter using event based analysis techniques. He is a graduate member of the Institution of Engineering Malaysia (IEM). Over the years he has gained experience in the industry and participated in numerous research projects in the following areas: electrical & instrumentation maintenance; electronic design and process control programming; software development; real-time systems modelling and data acquisition
- Hailong Tan (Visiting researcher) Hailong Tan is a PHD student in the College of Information Science and Technology at Donghua University, Shanghai specializing in robust control and estimation, fusion estimation and sampled-data systems. He is now an academic visitor in System Engineering Research Group at Brunel University London. His research areas include: robust control and estimation; event-triggered state estimation; fusion estimation; sampled-data systems; filtering and control for stochastic sampled-data systems.