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Subject Areas: Computing
Dr. Li Guo is currently working as a lecturer (assistant professor) at the University of Central Lancashire . Before joining UCLan, he has been working as a research associate at Imperial College London after he was awarded a Ph.D degree from the University of Edinburgh in 2007.
Dr. Guo's research interests have been focused on large scale data analysis, pattern recognition in the areas of cloud computing, grid computing, intelligent business process management and multi-agent system. During his employment at Imperial College, he participated in many research projects, such as GridCC, GridEcon, Digital Economy Feasibility Study (DEFS), iHealth and eTRIKS etc. He acted as the chief system architect for GridEcon project and the chief architect of Imperial College Cloud Platform (IC Cloud). The system is widely used by Imperial students, researchers at Imperial for their studies and researches. Also, it serves as infrastructure platform for several UK & European research projects. Dr. Li Guo has published over 35 publications in international journals, books and conferences for demonstrating his research and relevant results.
PhD Artificial Intelligence, The University of Edinburgh, 2007
MSc Distributed and Multimedia System, Herriot-Watt University, 2003
BSc (Hons.) Computing Science, Shandong University of Finance and Economics, 2002
Wang, L, Liu, Xiongwei, Guo, L, Renevier, Nathalie and Stables, Matthew (2013) A mathematical model for calculating cross-sectional properties of modern wind turbine composite blades. Applied Energy, ISSN 0306-2619 (Submitted)
Multi-agent and Workflow Management System
Object-Oriented Methods (3rd year Undergraduate)
Advanced Database Technologies (MSc)
Web Application (MSc)
IEEE Senior Member