Old research group


  • Dr Lei Fang (now my colleague at St Andrews): sensor correlation, error detection, and inference, using statistical methods
  • Dr Juan Ye (now my colleague at the University of St Andrews): situation recognition in pervasive and sensor-driven systems
  • Dr Davide Cellai (now at the Central Bank of Ireland): network science
  • Dr Lorcan Coyle (now at Intercomm): pervasive systems and machine learning
  • Dr M.A. Razzaque (now at Teeside University): cross-layer autonomic communications architectures
  • Dr Steve Neely: pervasive systems middleware
  • Dr Graeme Stevenson (now at JP Morgan Chase): situation recognition
  • Dr Barry Porter (now at Lancaster University): languages for adaptive systems

Graduated PhD students

  • Dr Michael Pitcher (now at King’s College London): in silico modelling of tuberculosis (joint with St Andrews’ School of Medicine)
  • Dr Chris Schneider (now at Google): Using unsupervised machine learning for fault identification in virtual machines
  • Dr Lei Fang: statistical methods for managing errors in sensor networks
  • Dr Graeme Stevenson: programming with ontologically-structured data
  • Dr Saray Shai (now at Wesleyan University): coupled adaptive complex networks
  • Dr Graham Williamson: Epidemic data dissemination in wireless sensor networks
  • Dr Hui Zhang (now at Amazon): coverage problems in dense homological and sparse mobile sensor networks
  • Dr Susan McKeever (now at Technological University Dublin): situation recognition using Dempster-Shafer evidence theory
  • Dr Emerson Loureiro: dynamic autonomic management of CPU shares
  • Dr Michael Collins (now at Technological University Dublin): secure wireless sensor network architectures
  • Dr Stephen Knox: situation recognition via case-based reasoning
  • Dr Adrian K. Clear (now at NUI Galway): interactive definition and visualisation of situations
  • Dr Juan Ye: Semantics of pervasive computing systems
  • Dr M.A. Razzaque: cross-layer autonomic communications architectures
  • Dr Tim Walsh: lightweight mobile agents
  • Dr Sotirios Terzis (now at the University of Strathclyde): pervasive trader architectures