Mounota Majid Natasha

  • Msc .Net Financial Systems Development, University of Hull, UK
  • PgDip Computer Systems Engineering, University of Glasgow, UK
  • Bsc (Hons) Computer Systems Engineering, University of Hull, UK
Mounota Majid Natasha 

Research Contact Teaching

Text mining, Deep learning, Systematic review

Mounota Majid Natasha
Department of Computer Science
Edge Hill University
L39 4QP

Phone: 01695 651872
Office: THF09

  • Programming concepts to construction
  • Foundations of Computer Science
  • Mobile Computing


I am a Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) in the Department of Computer Science at Edge Hill University. Besides, my PhD and teaching roles, I am currently undertaking the PGcertHE course at the University. Prior to joining Edge Hill University in 2017, I was a Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science, North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh for 1.5 years. At North South University (NSU), I taught undergraduate and postgraduate programming modules in Java, C, C++. I also supervised 12 undergraduate dissertation projects from a diverse background of Computer Science, Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Telecommunication.

Before joining NSU, I completed my Msc in .Net Financial Systems Development from University of Hull, UK. My thesis focused on Information Retrieval, Social Media and Personalization. I also published one paper at the IEEE-Science and Information Conference (SAI) in 2015, London, UK. My research interests lie in the areas of Text Mining, Information Retrieval, Social media, Deep Learning, Data analytics.

I completed my BSc in Computer Systems Engineering from University of Hull, UK and pursued a PgDip in same subject from University of Glasgow, UK. Besides studying full time for my BSc and MSc, I was a Maths and English Tutor for GCSE at Newland School for Girls in 2013, Hull, UK; Endeavour High School in 2011, Hull UK and Hull Trinity House School in 2010, Hull, UK. I was awarded the Aeronauts Prize from the University of Hull in 2011 for my outstanding performance and contribution to University.

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