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Dr Pip Trevorrow

About Dr Pip Trevorrow

Dr Pip Trevorrow is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Computing, Creative Technologies and Engineering. She teaches on the Forensics and Security, Engineering, Computing and Mathematics courses and also undertakes supervision of PhD students. Her main research interest is within Sport and Technology.

Pip supervises a number of PhD students studying topics from "The Popularisation of British Libraries" to "Virtual Communities of Practice for Coach Development".

Current Teaching

  • MSc Research Practice (Module Leader)
  • MSc Dissertation (Module Leader)
  • Simulation and Modelling (Lv7)
  • MEng Computer Science Project (Lv6) (Module Leader)
  • Computer Forensic Processing (Lv5)
  • Team Project Forensic and Security (Lv5)
  • Introduction to Algebra (Lv5) (Module Leader)
  • Forensic and Security (Lv4)
  • Math Modelling and Simulation (Lv4)

Research Interests

Pip's research areas of interest include Sport and Technology and Healthy Lifestyles and Technology. A recent project has involved looking at apps specifically related to running with the potential of changing people's activity behaviours.

Pip has also started some preliminary research into supporting exercise during pregnancy using technology and is aiming to progress this research further.

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