Professor Andrew Hunter is Deputy Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and Computing and a PhD in Computer Graphics, both from the University of Bath.
Andrew worked for several years in the software industry before returning to academia, teaching Computer Science at Sunderland and Durham Universities. He joined the University of Lincoln in 2004, previously holding roles as Head of Department of Computing, Dean of Research, and Pro Vice Chancellor and Head of the College of Science.
Professor Hunter specialises in computer vision and machine learning, with a particualar interest in retinal imaging and behavioural analysis. He has published over 100 academic papers, and has developed freeware and commercial artificial intelligence software packages.
Strategic oversight of research and innovation.
Computer vision an artificial intelligence.
— University of Bath, 1989
BSc Mathematics and Computing
— University of Bath, 1985
Hedges, S. and Hunter, Andrew (1994) Convergence and the classifier system. In: Artificial intelligence, AI’94 : sowing the seeds for the future : proceedings of the 7th Australian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence , 21-25 November 1994, Armidale, New South Wales, Australia.