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Dr Barry Porter

Lecturer

Barry Porter

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Lancaster University

Bailrigg

Lancaster LA1 4WA

United Kingdom

Office Hours:

3pm-5pm Tue-Fri.

Location: C16

Research overview

All elements of meta-software modelling, programming, reasoning and application. I design and work with cutting-edge meta-software platforms to solve problems of software complexity and optimality with the aim of redefining the role of the programmer to be a designer of intent rather than a writer of low-level behavioural fragments. I am particularly interested in distributed systems elements of this including cloud integration with small devices like sensor nodes; malleable green computing; multi-core software organisation; and real-time software visualisation.

PhD supervision

Meta software, runtime evolution, component-based software

Career Details

Academic Qualifications:

Doctor of Philosohpy (2007)

1st Class BSc. Hons in Computer Science (2004)

Employment:

Lecturer, School of Computing and Communications, Lancaster University (2013-present)

Research Fellow, School of Computing, University of St Andrews (2011-2013)

Research Associate, School of Computing and Communications, Lancaster University (2008-2011)

Professional Role

Co-chair of the MidSens workshop, associated with the ACM Middleware conference

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