Research at Leeds Beckett
Dr Pip Trevorrow
About Dr Pip Trevorrow
Pip is Course Director for Forensics and Security. She teaches across all levels (4 through to 7 and PhD) on Forensics and Security, Engineering, Mathematics and Research modules. She has 4 PhD completions to date and is currently supervising PhD and MRes students.
Pip also runs the Leeds Behaviour Lab, a group that is interested in designing technology to facilitate positive behaviour change.
Currently teaching on:
- MSc Research Practice
- MSc Dissertation
- Lv6 MEng Computer Science Team Project
- Lv6 Forensic Investigative Techniques
- Lv5 Computer Forensic Processing
- Lv5 Forensic and Security Team Project
- Lv4 Forensics and Security
Pip is currently researching into how new technologies can support behaviour change with regard to healthy lifestyles. This includes using technology to encourage and maintain running behaviours, and technologies to help support women to start or continue exercising during pregnancy. Also researching into digital forensics with the West Yorkshire Police, predominantly on developing an app to help frontline officers with seizure of digital evidence.