Andrew Ware

  • Professor In Computing
  • Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Science
  • Athro mewn Cyfrifiadura
  • Cyfadran Cyfrifiadureg, Peirianneg a Gwyddoniaeth
Andrew Ware

About Me

Andrew is a Professor of Computing at the University of South Wales. His research interest centre on deploying intelligent computer systems (Artificial Intelligence and Data Science oriented solutions) to help solve real-world problems. Andrew is currently working on AI-related projects with several industrial and commercial partners, including Tata Steel and Respiratory Innovation Wales. Andrew is Director of Research for the Wales Institute of Digital Information, a collaboration between the University of South Wales, the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, and Digital Health and Care Wales (DHCW). 

Professor Ware teaches various computer-related courses, including artificial intelligence, data mining and computer programming. Moreover, Andrew has successfully supervised nearly forty PhD students and has been an active participant in many international research projects. Andrew is a Regional Director of Techno Camps, an innovative and ambitious imitative funded by the Welsh Government that seeks to engage young people with computing and its cognate subjects. Andrew is Director of 360 Ability Sport, a charitable company that aims to increase the participation of people with disabilities engaging in sport. Andrew is Specialist Advisor for Digital and Technology to Respiratory Innovation Wales ( 

Andrew is Editor in Chief of the international journal Annals of Emerging Technologies in Computing (AETiC).

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