Dr Adnane Ez-zizi is a Senior Lecturer in Artificial Intelligence and Course Leader for the MSc Data Science and Artificial Intelligence at the School of Technology, Business and Arts. He holds a PhD in Experimental Psychology from the University of Bristol, where he was part of a large interdisciplinary research group that brought together psychologists, mathematicians, computer scientists and biologists to study human and animal decision making. He also obtained an MRes in Statistics from the University of Pierre et Marie Curie (now Sorbonne University), an MSc in Random modelling from the University of Paris Diderot and a BSc in Statistical techniques from the University of Paris Descartes. Adnane has recently completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice and has become Fellow of Higher Education Academy.
Before joining the University of Suffolk, Adnane worked at the University of Birmingham as a Research Associate in Machine learning within another large interdisciplinary project that combines linguistics, psychology, computer science and statistics to better understand language learning and to improve language teaching. He also took a Senior Teaching Associate role at the University of Bristol for one year, where he taught statistics to undergraduate students.