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Professor Geoffrey Coulson

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Geoffrey Coulson

InfoLab21

Lancaster University

Bailrigg

Lancaster LA1 4WA

United Kingdom

Tel: +44 1524 510306

Location: C19

Research overview

Geoff Coulson is a Professor of Distributed Computing with over 40 journal and 100 conference papers to his name. He received his PhD from Lancaster in 1992, and since then has led many successful projects in the distributed systems/ middleware area, including EPSRC-, EU- and industry-funded projects. He has been particularly involved recently in projects involving middleware for sensor networks and embedded systems. He serves on numerous PCs in the middleware/ distributed systems area, has organised several international workshops, and has chaired major conferences (e.g. the ACM/ IFIP/USENIX International Middleware Conference). His research interests include distributed systems, adaptive sensor networks, and systems-oriented software engineering.

PhD supervision

Wireless sensor networks; middleware; operating systems

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