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Patrice Seuwou received his master’s degree in Innovative Technology from the University of East London in the United Kingdom. He is a senior lecturer in Project Management and Digital Business. Prior to that, he was a programme leader for a portfolio of undergraduate courses in the private sector (GSM London) in partnership with Plymouth University, a lecturer at London South Bank University and also Academic Registrar & Quality Manager working for Williams College in partnership with Gloucestershire University.
He has completed a PhD in Computer Science & Informatics from London South Bank University. Published in the area of Vehicular Ad hoc Networks, Actor-Network Theory, Self-driving car and his research interests include Autonomous vehicles, Management Information Systems, VANET security, Authentication and privacy, computer networks including wired and wireless networks, mobile and ubiquitous computing, Linux systems, RFID technology, protocols simulation and legislation in computer science. He is currently working on Technology Acceptance Models and theories.
He is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) Reviewer for the International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics (IJESDF), External Examiner for Pearson. Patrice is a Microsoft certified professional, Member of the Association of Computer Professional (ACP), a member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), a member of the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and also Member of the Chartered Institute for IT(BCS). He also Qualified as Enterprise Solution Architect with the British Computer Society.
PhD, London South Bank University
23 Apr 2010 → 4 Oct 2019
PGCE, London South Bank University
18 Sep 2012 → 14 Jan 2014
Master, University of East London
15 Jun 2007 → 20 Jul 2008
Vehicular ad hoc network applications and security: A study into the economic and the legal implicationsSeuwou, P., Patel, D. & Ubakanma, G., 2 Jul 2014, In : International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics. 6, 2, p. 115-129 15 p.
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