Research at Leeds Beckett
Dr Pooneh Bagheri Zadeh
About Dr Pooneh Bagheri Zadeh
Dr. Pooneh Bagheri Zadeh is a senior Lecturer in Computer Science (Digital Forensics and Cybersecurity) at Leeds Beckett University.
She received her MSc and PhD degree from Glasgow Caledonian University in Computer Science (2004) and in Computer vision (2008) respectively. She continued her career in industry, working on real-time embedded video analytics systems. Dr. Bagheri Zadeh then moved to De Montfort University, and worked as a senior research fellow on an EPSRC project in stereo vision and 3-D reconstruction. She then joined Staffordshire University as a lecturer in computer forensics and security and later as a senior lecturer at Gloucestershire University. She then join De Montfort University as Senior lecturer and Course Leader for MSc Forensic Computing for Practitioners.
Dr. Bagheri Zadeh published more than 40 international conference and journal papers. She has successfully supervised a PhD student and currently supervises two PhD students. She also examined a number of PhD and MPhil students from different universities in the UK.
- Digital Forensics and Security
- Network Forensics Investigation
- Computer Forensic Process
- Digital Forensics Analysis
- Forensics Image Processing (Under preparation)
- Final Year Project supervision
- MSc Project Supervision
- PhD supervision
Dr. Bagheri Zadeh’s research interests cover a wide range of topics including: Computer Vision, Digital Forensics and Security, Image Processing in Digital Forensics, Mobile Forensics, Image/Video Processing and Compression, Stereo and Multi-view Image/Video Processing, All aspects of Video Analytics, Image/Video Resolution Enhancement Techniques (Super-Resolution) and Hyper-Spectral Imaging.