Dr Hamed Hamzeh

Dr Hamed Hamzeh

I hold the position of lecturer in Data Science at the School of Computer Science and Engineering. I received a Ph.D. degree in Cloud Computing from Bournemouth University and, an MSc degree in Data Science from Istanbul Sehir University, Turkey. I'm also working as a Research Associate at the Centre for Parallel and Distributed Computing (CPC) at the University of Westminster. 

My areas of research are cloud computing, computer networks, data science, and algorithms. My Ph.D. thesis is titled "Fairness for resource allocation in cloud computing". Accordingly, I proposed novel algorithms to tackle unfair resource allocation and task scheduling in heterogeneous cloud settings. I published several papers at international conferences/journals and participated as a technical committee member at the IEEE ICCCS conference for two consecutive years.

My specific research interested areas are listed as follows:

  • Resource allocation and scheduling with fairness in Cloud Computing and computer networks
  • Machine learning/AI-driven resource management for microservice-based applications

  • Centre for Parallel Computing

In brief

Research areas

Cloud Computing, Machine Learning and Computer Networks

Skills / expertise

AWS, Kubernetes, Python, Java, Docker and Optimization

Supervision interests

Cloud Computing , Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning, Software Engineering and Computer networks