Dr Aditi Rawal BA, MSc, PhD, PGCTLHE, FHEA, CSM

Senior Lecturer in Business Computing and Risk Management

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Aditi Rawal

Dr Aditi Rawal

Senior Lecturer in Business Computing and Risk Management


Dr Aditi Rawal specialises in requirements engineering, systems analysis, software development methodologies ranging from traditional to Agile approaches and risk management within IT based projects.

For her PhD she developed a novel a non-invasive and non-destructive methodology to predicts the remaining useful life (RUL) of silk within the controlled museum environment. Her research interests lie in data analysis, and prognostic methodologies for historic artefacts in a museum environment.

Dr Rawal also holds extensive teaching experience within the domain of requirements engineering since 2001 at various Universities in London and has been awarded Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA) recently.

Responsibilities within the university

University Roles:
  • Short Course Coordinator for Computing and Mathematical Sciences – Dr Rawal is responsible for the strategic management of the short courses provision at the Maritime Campus for CMS.
  • Assessment Officer CMS – Academic lead for managing the assessments process within CMS.

Module leading and teaching

  • Professional Project Management
  • Requirements Management

Awards

Nominated and shortlisted for the Inspirational Teaching award (University of Greenwich Student led teaching awards 2019)

Recognition

  • Fellow of the Higher Education Authority (FHEA)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (PGCTLHE)
  • Certified Scrum Master (Scrum Alliance) (awarded March 2019)
  • Certified in DevOps Foundation (DevOps Institute) (awarded May 2019)
  • Certified Agile Foundation (Agile Business Consortium)  awarded May 2019)

Research / Scholarly interests

  • Predictive analytics for heritage conservation
  • Methodologies for Prognostic Health Management (PHM) in the museum sector

Presentations

  • PhD Research Finding presented to Fabric Conservator at The Wallace Collection 2021