Professor Huiru (Jane) Zheng

Professor of Computer Sciences

School/Department
School of Computing
Research Institute
Computer Science Research Institute
Campus
Jordanstown campus
Telephone
+44 28 9036 6591
Email
h.zheng@ulster.ac.uk
Location
Room 16E20
Shore Road
Newtownabbey
Co. Antrim
BT37 0QB

Prof. Huiru (Jane) Zheng is a Professor of Computer Science with School of Computing and Mathematics, a full member of Computer Science Research Institute and a Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy. She was awarded a PhD in Bioinformatics in 2003 and a Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education in 2005 from Ulster University.

Prof. Zheng is an active researcher in bioinformatics and healthcare informatics. Within her broad interests in data mining, data integration, machine learning and healthcare decision support, Prof. Zheng has a particular research interest and expertise in integrative data analytics in the field of systems biology, and intelligent data analysis and assistive technology to support healthcare and independent living. She has a successful track record of winning research funding as a principal investigator and has been a grant holder of research projects funded by EPSRC, TSB, DEL, NHS, Invest NI and European Commission including SMART Self Management, NOCTURNAL, CLARCH COPD Self Management, Self Management Platform for Connected Health, CardioWorkBench, mHealth4Afrika, SenseCare and MetaPlat. The products of her research have been reflected in her over 200 peer reviewed journal and conference publications.

Prof. Zheng is an IEEE member. She serves on the editorial board of several international journals and serves as co-chairs and program committees of a number of international conferences.

Research Opportunities with Professor Huiru (Jane) Zheng

Title Closing Date  
Development of a novel database and evaluation tool for nutritive values of white clover herbage Funded PhD Opportunity Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs of Northern Ireland through a DAFM/DAERA joint research programme Sunday 30 September 2018 View Details