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Career Profile Talk - Dr Mohamed Zaki

last modified Mar 04, 2016 11:29 AM
Video - Dr Mohamed Zaki, Alliance Big Data and Analytics research lead, gives a career talk profile to Cambridge Unveristy Press Education department. Find out how he came to research in this area and his background studies.

Dr Mohamed Zaki is a research associate at Cambridge Service Alliance. He is leading the Big Data and analytics for service research. 

Mohamed’s key research interests lie in the field of Big Data analytics and its implication on manufacturing, service science and business model innovation. His research uses an interdisciplinary approach of Big Data technology to address a range of real organizations problems to make better business decisions within complex service network. He is working in many research projects in collaboration with business industries such as BAE systems, Caterpillar, IBM, Pearson and Zoetis. Mohamed is also a member of the Steering Board of the Cambridge Big Data Strategic Research at the University of Cambridge. He is a co-investigator in EPSRC research networks such as Consumer Goods, Big Data, and Redistributed Manufacturing (RECODE) and EPSRC-Digital Economy (NEMODE). Recently, he is appointed as a research associate member at St Edmund's College, University of Cambridge.

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