I am Professor of Computer Science in the University of Cambridge Department of Computer Science and Technology working in the Digital Technology Group. I am also the Hassabis Fellow in Computer Science and Director of Studies in Computer Science at Queens' College.
My current research activity focuses on programming and software engineering:
I have previously worked on understanding the power consumption of smart phones, particularly Android devices (more detail), and the energy consumption and energy efficiency of computing infrastructure (more detail)
These themes are derived from my work with Andy Hopper on the Computing for the Future of the Planet project in which we sought to identify Computer Science research questions in the context of global issues such as climate change, over-population, famine and desertification. A high level summary of the research themes is given in our brochure: [a4 version], [folding version].
I organise the DTG weekly seminar series. Upcoming talks are advertised on the DTG list at talks.cam.
I am a Fellow in Computer Science at Queens'. We admit between 6 and 8 undergraduates a year.
Lecturing: Currently I teach Object Oriented Programming for Part 1A of the CS Tripos; and Further Java and Prolog for Part 1B of the CS Tripos; and Machine Learning for Programming on the MPhil
Previous lecturing: I taught Programming for Mobiles for the MPhil in Advanced Computer Science from 2010-2013.
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