Prof. Patryk Kot (Editor-in-Chief)
Prof Patryk Kot graduated from Liverpool John Moores University with a BSc (Hons) in Computer Technology, MSc in Microelectronic Systems Design and a PhD entitled “The feasibility of using EM waves in determining the moisture content and factors effecting measurements in building fabrics”, completed in 2017. From 2016, he worked as a Research Assistant within the Built Environment and Sustainable Technologies (BEST) Research Institute working on Healthcare sensor technologies, underwater sensing and energy from waste. In 2017, he became a Senior Lecturer in Civil Engineering, in 2019 he became a Reader in Sensor Technologies at Liverpool John Moores University within the school of Civil Engineering and Built Environment. In 2021, he became a Professor of Microwave Sensor technologies and Deputy Director of BEST Research Institute whilst leading multiple externally funded research projects in structural health monitoring, cultural heritage and material characterisation.
Dr. Jakub Markiewicz (Co-Editor-in-Chief)
Dr Jakub Markiewicz graduated from Warsaw University of Technology with a BSc in Geodesy and Cartography, MSc (Eng) in Geodesy and Cartography and a PhD (Hons) completed in 2018. From 2012, he worked as a Research Assistant with the Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography, Department of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information System. In 2018, he became an Assistant Professor. His area of expertise involves computer vision, photogrammetry and surveying, TLS techniques in management and preservation of cultural heritage, archival multisource and multitemporal documentation, 3D modelling and 3D Visualisation, point clouds and geospatial data processing, photogrammetric/architectural and archaeological documentation and data integration for different purposes. His a: member of CIPA Heritage Documentation (ordinary member), Advisory council of Polish Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, in the council / board / committee etc. of a professional body, in: Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology – Poland (CAA Poland), of the Association of Polish Surveyors (SGP).
Dr. Magomed Muradov (Co-Editor-in-Chief)
Dr Magomed Muradov graduated from Liverpool John Moores University, School of Engineering, with a BSc (Hons) in Computer Technology in 2012, followed by an MSc in Microelectronic System Design within the same school. He then obtained a PhD entitled “Prediction of Water Activity in Cured Meat using Microwave Spectroscopy” at LJMU, in 2017. Once he completed his PhD, he joined the LCR4.0 programme as an industrial software specialist – delivering the project on behalf of Sensor City Liverpool Limited – supporting companies in the Liverpool City Region to adopt industry 4.0 technologies (support with software/hardware development, prototyping/product development, sensors/systems integration and IoT). This involved engagement with SMEs to identify and provide a solution to their industrial challenges, providing support ranging from research and development, knowledge transfer and the acceleration of ideas from concept through to commercialisation. His team has worked with and supported over 30 companies within 2.5 years, which has led to creation of new jobs, new products to the firms and market. After successfully delivering the LCR4.0 project in September 2019, Magomed joined LJMU as a lecturer within the Faculty of Engineering and Technology. In addition, Magomed is actively involved in an academic research, which focuses on non-destructive measurements/sensing based on microwave technologies in a number of sectors, namely food quality control, structural health monitoring and healthcare.
Dr. Khalid Hashim (Co-Editor-in-Chief)
Khalid Hashim is a specialist in advanced water and wastewater treatment technologies. He has extensive research interests covering a wide variety of interdisciplinary perspectives concerning the theory and practice of advanced hybrid technologies in water and wastewater treatment. He has published over 75 peer-reviewed scientific publications and three book chapters in multidisciplinary research areas, including waste management, water treatment, wastewater treatment, applications of sensing technology in monitoring water and wastewater quality, and design and modelling electrochemical reactors. Additionally, Dr Khalid has good research experience in the pollution of construction materials, concrete additives, and soil additives. Dr Khalid is also a fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy.
Journal Editorial Board
Prof Dorota Zawieska- Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography, Institute of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Systems, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
Dr Angeliki Antoniou - Department of Archival, Library & Information Studies, University of West Attica, Greece
Prof Mona Hess - Digital Technologies in Heritage Conservation and 3D imaging metrology for cultural heritage, University of Bamberg, Germany
Mrs Agnieszka Bochenska - Archaeology Department, The Royal Castle in Warsaw, Poland
Dr Artur Warchoł - Faculty of Environmental, Geomatic and Energy Engineering, Department of Geodesy and Geomatics, Kielce University of Technology, Poland
Prof Andjela Jaksic- Stojanovic - Associate Professor, Dean of Faculty of Culture and Tourism, School Director of Vatel Montenegro- International Hospitality Management School, Montenegro
Dr Francesco Fassi - Department of Architecture, Built Environment and Construction Engineering, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Prof Mihai Duguleana - Product Design and Robotics Department, Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania
Dr Islam Kamal Elbestawi - Faculty of Tourism and Hotels, Sadat City University, Egypt
Dr Erica Nocerino - Universita degli Studi di Sassari, Italy
Dr Arnadi Dhestaratri Murtiyoso - Department of Environmental Systems Science, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Prof Nino Chachava - Faculty of Architecture, Urban Planning and Design, Georgian Technical University, Georgia