Gary Radford

Salma Noor

Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Gildart Haase School of Computer Sciences and Engineering


Office Location: Room 1118, Floor 11, 89 W Georgia St, Vancouver, BC V6B


  • CSCI 6617- Computer Game Programming
  • CSCI 6809- Advance Applications Development
  • CSCI 6620- Software Engineering
  • CSCI 6623- Database Systems


  • Digital Heritage Preservation and Data Modeling
  • Semantic Web and Web Sciences in general
  • Machine Learning
  • Data Sciences
  • NLP
  • Personalization in recommender systems
  • Social Network Data Analytics
  • Digital Storytelling


  • BS(CS), University of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar, Pakistan
  • PhD, University of Southampton, UK

Academic Profile

Dr. Salma Noor is an educator and a researcher and has worked in the past as a Professor and  Program Coordinator for the MSc Computer Science Program at SBBWU. She did her First degree in Computer Science at the University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar Pakistan and shortly after went for her PhD in Web Sciences from the University of Southampton, UK. She completed her PhD from UoS in “Using Social Data as Context for Making Recommendations: The Story of People and Culture”. She has worked with the V&A museum data for her PhD and is very passionate about cultural heritage preservation and digitization. She has previously worked in the areas of digital cultural heritage preservation and semantic data modeling on various projects with the Directorate of Archeology and Museums KP, Pakistan, she has also worked with data from UNHCR for the rehabilitation of refugees.

Her current areas of interest are digital heritage preservation, data sciences, and social data mining. She is very passionate about causes like Breast Cancer awareness, women and child education, and the conservation of art and history as our shared heritage. She is a storyteller and would love to hear what stories the world around her has to offer.

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