Computational intelligence, theoretical computer science and application of business informatics to the sustainability domain. Current research focus lies in provisioning of decision support systems for automotive recycling.
Clayton Burger studied computer science and applied mathematics at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. He obtained his bachelors degree and masters degree (awarded with honours) focusing on artificial intelligence. Both during and after his postgraduate studies, Clayton was employed as an academic researcher and lecturer of business systems, programming and artificial intelligence at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University until January 2015. During his tenure at the university, Clayton was involved with various international projects, such as the DevSus (Developing for Sustainability, COAST) and DASIK projects. Focusing on applications of computer science in recycling is his new research focus and has joined the Cascade Use research group at the University of Oldenburg since February 2015.