Areas of expertise
- Computing, Simulation & Modelling
Dr Gary Hill is a Senior Lecturer and Course Lead for Data Science at the
new university in Milton Keynes (MK:U - see
http://www.cranfield.ac.uk/about/mku for further details). His background is in civil engineering (numerical analysis) and computing, especially graphics and visualisation, 3D Modelling and Mobile Application Development. Gary has lectured extensively in the university sector in the areas of programming, graphics programming and software engineering.
Gary is an experienced Higher Education Academic, with a demonstrated history of managing and leading in higher education. Course and partnership development/reviewer of Undergraduate & Postgraduate provision within the UK, EU, and Internationally. Skilled in Java, Python, C, C++, Computer Graphics, Graphics Programming, Data Visualisation, Data Science, Mobile Application Development. Strong academic, professional, and problem solver with a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) focused on Computer Programming to include Project-Based (PjBL) and Problem Based Learning (PbBL).
Articles In Journals
- Hill G, Svennevik E & Turner S (2015) Computer Science Courses Using Laptops, Innovation in Teaching and Learning in Information and Computer Sciences, Available online 15 December 2015.
- Hill G & Turner SJ (2014) Problems first, second and third, International Journal of Quality Assurance in Engineering and Technology Education, 3 (3).
- Kariyawasam KA, Turner SJ & Hill G (2012) Is it visual? The importance of a problem solving module within a computing course, Computer Education (Jisuanji Jiaoyu), 10 (166).
- Hill G & Turner SJ (2012) Referencing within code in software engineering education!, Computer Education (Jisuanji Jiaoyu), 10 (166) 5-8.
- Turner SJ & Hill G (2010) Innovative use of robots and graphical programming in software education, Computer Education (Jisuanji Jiaoyu), 9.
- Sealey BJ, Phillips PS & Hill GJ (2001) Waste management issues for the UK ready-mixed concrete industry, Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 32 (3-4) 321-331.
- Hill G, Turner SJ & Childs K (2017) The answers not on the screen. In: 13th China Europe Symposium on Software Engineering Education (CEISEE), Athens, 1 May 2017.
- Agyeman MO, Vien Q-T, Hill G, Turner S & Mak T. (2016) An Efficient Channel Model for Evaluating Wireless NoC Architectures. In: International Symposium on Computer Architecture and High Performance Computing Workshops (SBAC-PADW), Los Angeles, CA, 26-28 October 2008.
- Hill G, Svennevik E & Turner SJ. (2011) Green computer science courses. No more labs full of computers, we’re going mobile!. In: 7th China-Europe International Symposium on Software Industry Oriented Education (CEISIE 2011): Green Computing in Higher Education, University of Northampton, 24 May 2011.
- Zhao F, Turner SJ, Dravid R, Hill G & Zhang Y (2010) A virtual environment training system for haptic laparoscopic surgery. In: 16th International Conference on Automation and Computing, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, 11 September 2010.
- Turner SJ, Hill G & Adams JP. (2009) Robots in problem solving in programming. In: The 21st LRN Annual Conference and PhD Workshop 2016, Cambridge Veterinary School, Cambridge, 7-9 September 2016.
- Minai A, Turner SJ & Hill G. (2008) Motivational differences in learning internet programming between arts and computing students. In: 9th Annual Conference of the Subject Centre for Information and Computer Sciences, Liverpool, 26-28 August 2008.
- Turner S & Hill G (2007) Robots in problem-solving and programming. In: Event8th Annual Conference of the Subject Centre for Information and Computer Sciences, University of Southampton, Southampton, 28-30 August 2007.
- Sealey BJ, Hill G & Phillips PS. (2001) Review of strategy for recycling and reuse of waste materials. In: Recycling and Reuse of Sewage Sludge, University of Dundee, Scotland, 19-20 March 2021.
- Sealey BJ, Phillips PS & Hill G (2001) Waste management in the ready-mixed concrete industry: key issues for future consideration. In: Eleventh Annual BCA/Concrete Society Conference on Higher Education and the Concrete Industry, UMIST, Manchester, 3-4 July 2001.
- Hill Gary J. (2016) Review of a Problems-First Approach to First Year Undergraduate Programming. In: Software Engineering Education Going Agile, Cham.: Springer.
- Hill G & Turner SJ (2014) Electronic Online Marking of Software Assignments. In: Software Engineering Education for a Global E-Service Economy, Berlin: Springer, p. 41-48.
- Hill G & Turner S. (2011) Problems First. In: Software Industry-Oriented Education Practices and Curriculum Development: Experiences and Lessons, ICI Global, p. 110-126.
- Turner S & Hill G (2008) Robotics within the teaching of problem-Solving. In: Innovation in Teaching and Learning in Information and Computer Sciences, York: The Higher Education Academy Innovation Way, p. 108-119.