Samuel Chinenyeze is currently a PhD research student at CAVES, working on green (resource and energy-efficient) architectural model in the distributed software systems domain. Supervisory team: Dr X. Liu, Dr A. Al-Dubai and Prof E. Hart.
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[Commercial Profile on App Engine]
Samuel holds an MSc in Advanced Software Engineering from Edinburgh Napier University, and a BSc (First class honours) degree in Computer Science from Benson Idahosa University, Nigeria. And has a vast commercial and academic experience working on software projects using industrial standards. His core area of expertise revolves around development of dynamic and pervasive enterprise software systems (incl. web and mobile) using leading technologies.
His research interest lies in green software engineering: optimization approaches for improved software resource and energy usage, with optimum performance.
Themes: green software, pervasive systems, dynamic optimization.