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Richard Wilson

Dr Richard S Wilson FHEA, MBCS

Course Leader, MSc Big Data Analytics

Summary

Richard Wilson is the course leader for the MSc in Big Data Analytics within the Faculty of STA, department of computing, and the Maths department at Sheffield Hallam University. He teaches on both undergraduate and postgraduate modules and is an advanced user of the SAS® software suite, which he uses for both teaching and research. His main teaching focuses on SAS Programming, Data Warehousing and Data Mining, Data Integration, Applied Business Intelligence, Text Mining and Research Principles and Practices.

  • About

    After achieving a distinction in his Master's degree in Business Intelligence, Dr Wilson started his professional career as researcher, in the Operations Research department at Warwick Business School. He then went on to work as a Business Analyst in the NHS where he was quickly promoted to Senior Information Analyst. Dr Wilson gradually progressed into research using SAS software, as part of a multimillion pound EU funded research project and for his own PhD research. He is now MSc Course Leader in Big Data Analytics at Sheffield Hallam University. His main teaching focuses on SAS Programming, Data Warehousing and Data Mining, Data Integration, Applied Business Intelligence, Text Mining and Research Principles and Practices. He has also written a number of papers on the use of Data Mining and is actively engaged in research in this field.

    Business Intelligence
    Data Warehousing
    Data Mining
    Higher Education
    NHS

  • Teaching

    Department of Computing

    Information Systems

    MSc Big Data Analytics

    Undergraduate:

    Data Warehousing and Data Mining
    Software Tools and Databases

    Maths Technology
    Applied Business Intelligence

    Postgraduate:

    Data Integration
    Advanced Statistical Modelling and Data Mining

    Applied Business Intelligence
    Advanced Data Management
    Data Mining
    Data Warehousing
    Research Skills
    R Studio
    SAS Programming

  • Publications

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