University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Carlene Campbell received her Ph.D. degree in Wireless Sensor Networks from the School of Engineering and Information Sciences at Middlesex University, United Kingdom (UK), her MSc. in Telecommunications and Computer Network Engineering at London South Bank University, and her BSc in Computer and Management Studies at the University of Technology, Jamaica. She currently Lectures on the Computer Networks course at University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD), United Kingdom. She is Director of Research Degree for the Faculty of Architecture, Computing and Engineering (FACE). Dr Campbell is currently supervising two full-time PhD students and is actively engaged in research where is with an interdisciplinary research project which combines wireless sensor networks (WSN) and monitoring coastal erosion. She has contributed in a number of research publications in conferences and international referred journals. Dr Campbell is journal editorial and reviewer for number of Scientific-professional journals. She has experiences as Internal Examiner for PhD degree.
Wireless Sensor Networks, Modelling, analysis and evaluation of communication networks, Computer networks and protocols development, Communication Systems Security and Ethical Hacking, Multichannel assignments, Cross layer design, Traffic engineering management, Body Area Networks for WSN, Routing protocols, Security issues and Multimedia data (video, voice etc) over wireless surveillance system