College of Science and Engineering staff

Stephen Lokier teaching sedimentology in the Abu Dhabi Sabkha
Senior Lecturer in Applied Sedimentology and GeoEnergy

Stephen is a Senior Lecturer in Applied Sedimentology and GeoEnergy and Programme Leader for the MSc GeoEnergy Programme. Stephen teaches across the broad field of sedimentology, stratigraphy and subsurface analysis and characterisation at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level. He undertakes a wide range of field and laboratory activities with collaborators around the globe.

Senior Lecturer in Engineering

Yiling is a Senior Lecturer in Engineering.

Aaisha Makkar presenting a lecture
Lecturer in Computer Science

Aaisha is a Lecturer in Computer Science in the College of Science and Engineering at the University of Derby. In 2020, she served at the Department of Computer Science, Seoul National University of Science and Technology (South Korea) as a postdoctoral (research) Professor.

Staff member Angelo Maligno
Research Chair in Composite Materials

Prof Maligno is the EPM-Technology Chair and Professor of Composite Materials at the Institute of Innovative Sustainable Engineering (IISE) at the University of Derby.

Sabuj Mallik having Professional Conversation with Colleague
Head of Discipline of Engineering

Sabuj Mallik is the Head of Discipline of Engineering at the University of Derby. He is also an active researcher with research expertise in engineering materials, manufacturing and reliability engineering.

Image of Elizabeth Marsh
Associate Professor in Cellular and Molecular Biology

Elizabeth is an Associate Professor. She leads the Metabolic Disorders and Cancer Research Centre, teaches across our Undergraduate and Postgraduate Biosciences programmes, and supervises students in their project work. Her research interests are in host-pathogen interactions and immunity, and she leads projects to understand the role of Human Papillomavirus in Head and Neck Cancers.

Brett working in a lab coat
Postgraduate Research Student

Brett's current PhD project follows directly on from his degree’s third-year independent study project focusing on how the palaeontology in Malta can help us understand modern climate change. 

Mary Stuart working on the Greenland Ice Sheet
Early Career Academic

Dr Stuart is an Early Career Academic in Zero Carbon. Her research focuses on the development and application of low-cost sensing technologies for environmental monitoring.

Lecturer in Biomedical Science

PGR student Matei Alexandru Costea
Postgraduate Research Student

Matei is currently a second-year PhD student in the Audio Engineering field.