The University of Southampton

Iman Naja

Postgraduate research student

Oct 2011 – Jan 2013

Teaching Demonstrator; University of Southampton, School of Electronics and Computer Science
  • Exam Invigilator: Invigilating exams for students with Additional Exam Requirements.
  • COMP 1003 Advanced Programming - Lab Demonstrator: Assisting students with their lab work, checking their progress, and addressing their questions

 Oct 2010 – Jan 2013 

 MSc of AI Support Mentor; University of Southampton, School of Electronics and Computer Science
  • Weekly meetings with MSc students to follow up on their progress, address their problems, and address their inquiries. First point of contact for them outside these meetings
  • Monthly meetings with the MSc Support Coordinator and other MSc Support mentors to report findings and discuss common problems.
  • Liaising between the students and their tutors or the MSc Support Coordinator.

 April 2012

 Sitepublisher and Mediabin Content Author; University of Southampton



 Attended the following courses:

  • Oct 2010: Introduction to Teaching Skills for PGs Part 1 - Lab-based disciplines
  • Sep 05 – Dec 07: Microsoft Certified Solution Developer
  • Sep 05 – Dec 07: Microsoft  Certified System Engineer 

Conferences attended

The third International Provenance and Annotation Workshop (IPAW2010), Troy, NY, USA


Naja, Iman, Moreau, Luc and Rogers, Alex (2010) Provenance of Decisions in Emergency Response Environments. At International Provenance and Annotation Workshop 2010 International Provenance and Annotation Workshop 2010, United States. (In Press)

Naja, Iman and Gibbins, Nicholas (2018) Using provenance to efficiently propagate SPARQL updates on RDF source graphs. Belhajjame, K., Gehani, A. and Alper, P. (eds.) In Provenance and Annotation of Data and Processes: IPAW 2018. vol. 11017, Springer. 12 pp, pp. 158-170. (doi:10.1007/978-3-319-98379-0_12).


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