Mohamed Mostafa

Lecturer in Computer Science

Department: Computing and Information Systems
Telephone No: +44(0) 29 2020 7155
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Mostafa is a lecturer in Computer Science Department, he holds a in Computer Engineering, coupled with 9 years of professional software development experience and 4 years of teaching/research experience. Mostafa is about to finish his PhD degree in Computer Science at Cardiff Metropolitan University, expecting to submit his thesis by end of 2016. He is leading modules in Computers Science and Software Engineering and also taught on a range of computing and information system modules and supervised undergraduate students towards their dissertation.

Mostafa's enjoys wide range of professional technical skills during his work as software engineer, to name a few: (PHP, JAVA, Python, .NET, JQuery, JQuery Mobile, PhoneGap, Joomla, WordPress, CSS, HTML5, Bootstrap, JavaScript and as database MySQL, MSSQL, Access)


Mostafa's main research area are: -human computer interaction, -affective computing, -artificial intelligence, Mostafa have been using different types of research methods and data collection methodologies and Applying data mining techniques in current data set to find pattern to support his findings and support his PhD studies.

Mostafa considered as a co-founder of the first Research Group in the computing department "ABC Research Group", the idea is based on integrating the work of different researchers in the school. This value-adding strategy will not only contribute to the research plan of individual researchers but also to the school as a whole.


G. Oatley, T. Crick and M. Mostafa, "Digital Footprints: Envisaging and Analysing Online Behaviour", Proceedings of 2015 Symposium on Social Aspects of Cognition and Computing Symposium (SSAISB 2015)

Incorporating Emotion and Personality-Based Analysis in User-Centered Modelling Mohamed Mostafa, Tom Crick and Ana C. Calderon (Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK) and Giles Oatley (Murdoch University, Australia)


  • Mariner Project – Public Health of England
  • School of Sports - World Rugby Injury Data
  • Risk Analysis assessment – Public Health of England
  • Project Management application – Cardiff Met International Office in house web development.