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I have (moderate, developmental) prosopagnosia, meaning that I am poor at recognising faces. Please don't take offence if I fail to recognise you: I do it to close friends and family too.
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My interests include aspects of software engineering and aspects of theoretical computer science. Especially, I am interested in software design: what good design is, how people do it, how and to what extent tools can help. Currently, I am mostly interested in mathematical aspects of model-driven development, especially bidirectional model transformations. My main affiliation is with the Laboratory for Foundations of Computer Science.
I write sporadically on my blog, which is called Software Engineering Research but may include anything I fancy.
NEWS! Summer School on Bidirectional Transformations in Oxford, July 25th-29th 2016. Will be a lot of fun!
I would be happy to hear from strong prospective PhD students. You can find information about how to apply for a PhD (or MSc) place centrally. Here are some specific notes about studying with me. Please note in particular that I get a lot of emails asking for PhD places that look as though they could have been copied unchanged to hundreds of academics. I do not reply to these.
We have no internships, and there are currently no vacancies for research fellows.
I occasionally undertake consultancy in areas relating to my research, especially software modelling.
In 2016/17 I am lecturing: