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Dr Christoforos Charalambous

Lecturer in Data Analytics

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+357 24694171


PhD in Computer Vision (Imperial College London, UK, 2017)

MSc in Biomedical Engineering (Imperial College London, UK, 2012)

BSc/MEng in Electrical and Computer Engineering (National Technical University of Athens, Greece, 2011)  


Video Analytics, Computer Vision, Human Motion Analysis, Business Intelligence, Smart City, Biometrics, Security, Crime Forensics

Employment Track

Lecturer in Data Analytics, UCLan Cyprus (September 2023 – present)

Research Manager, SeeQuestor Ltd (January 2019 – March 2023)

Research Scientist, SeeQuestor Ltd (June 2016 – January 2019)

Memberships (Academic/Professional)

  • Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK

Research Interests

  • Multi-disciplinary/cross-disciplinary research, specializing in human motion analysis with applications in different fields such as security, sports, healthcare, etc.
  • Video analytics, computer vision, human pose/motion analysis, business intelligence, smart city projects, biometrics, security, and crime forensics.

Roles and Responsibilities (including past roles and responsibilities)

Teaching and Course Leadership 

  • Deputy Course Leader, MSc Data Analytics 
  • Modules taught: Enterprise Data management, Business Intelligence and Data Analytics, Knowledge Discovery, Introduction to Mathematics and Statistics

Selected Publications 

  • Charalambous C., Bharath A., A data augmentation methodology for training machine/deep learning gait recognition algorithms. Proceedings of the BMVC 2016.
  • Charalambous C., Bharath A., Viewing-angle Effect on Gait Recognition Using Joint Kinematics, 6th International Conference on Imaging for Crime Prevention and Detection 2015.
  • Charalambous C., Matsopoulos G., A new method for gridding DNA microarrays, Computing in Biology and Medicine 2013.


  • 2nd place at DASA Real-World Incident Response Hackathon 2018, DASA – UK Government
  • PhD Scholarship, Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London