Thank you for visiting these pages. I am a computer scientist and software engineer with broad interests in technology, policy and history.
When I have time to pursue them, my current research interests relate to finding practical applications for the principles of Definitive Modelling/Computing as developed by the Empirical Modelling group here at Warwick.
I am also continuing to publish some of my historical work on the history of computing.
Previously I was a student at Warwick where I studied both my degree (graduated 2004) and Ph.D. (passed with minor corrections in 2008) in Computer Science. My Ph.D. research was funded by a scholarship in the Human Aspects of Computing. My PhD research was within the History of Computing research group, investigating how the roles of users have shaped the development of a technology now referred to as "analogue computing". Alongside this work, I am a member of the Empirical Modelling group, a research project aiming to address the divide between principles and practise in the area of human-oriented modelling. While at Warwick, I have also had a number of teaching commitments, engaging with Computer Science undergraduates at all four years of study.
I am always interested in collaborating with others. If you have any suggestions about my work or have a research idea then please contact me (details on the right hand column of this page).
Please feel free to explore:
- Research interests
- My PhD topic
- Academic papers and talks (including a video of a short presentation I gave in 2005)
- My teaching commitments
- My e-CV / Biography
- My Schedule
And on other sites:
- LinkedIn profile
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