Royal Society University Research Fellow
University of Edinburgh
Who I am
From September 2004 until October 2008 I was a postdoctoral research associate in the Database Group. I have also been involved with the Digital Curation Centre and during 2008-2009 I organized a Theme Program on Principles of Provenance for the eScience Institute.
I earned my PhD in Computer Science at Cornell University in August 2004. From January to May 2003 I visited Cambridge University's Computer Laboratory. In the summer of 2001 I worked at Intertrust on a summer internship. I have a BS in Computer Science and Mathematics (May 1998) and MS in Mathematics (August 1998) from Carnegie Mellon University.
I maintain a research blog, which is updated sporadically.
Note to prospective research students: I am interested in supervising new PhD students or externally funded summer research internships. I don't have any funded opportunities right now, but if you are interested in a PhD in LFCS, please write to me describing how your research interests would align with mine and read the instructions for applying for admission and external funding.
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