Keith Phalp earned a first degree in mathematics in 1986 from the University of Kent, where he then taught for a few years, before obtaining the M.A. degree in software engineering in 1991 followed by the Ph.D. degree in software process modeling in 1994 both from Bournemouth University. He then spent three years as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Southampton, before returning to Bournemouth to take a lectureship, and he has been there ever since in a variety of roles. He has been serving as an Associate Dean at the School of Design, Engineering, and Computing since 2007, and he serves also as the Head of Computing and Informatics Department. His research interests are broad, and he has published in both software engineering and artificial intelligence, gaining, along with his coauthors, a best paper award, awarded by HRH the Duke of Edinburgh for work on the application of AI to Air Defence.
Biography Updated on 17 June 2011