Monthly Archives: December 2016

Lecturer vacancies in School of Computing

The School is currently looking to hire two Lecturers in Computing. We are particularly interested in people with an interest in Security, or Programming Languages but are happy to consider excellent candidates in other areas that would complement or enhance the School’s existing … Continue reading

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New Lecturer joins Kent from Microsoft

Dr Maria Christakis has joined the University of Kent as a lecturer in the School of Computing. Maria is a member of the Programming Languages and Systems Research Group and will be based at the Canterbury campus. Maria has a PhD from ETH Zurich with a thesis on ‘Narrowing … Continue reading

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PhD pass for Ed Robbins

Congratulations to Ed Robbins, Research Associate in the School of Computing, who has recently passed his PhD viva, with minor corrections. His PhD thesis was entitled ‘Solvers for Type Recovery and Decompilation of Binaries’. The thesis made the case that … Continue reading

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Playing tennis in a coma

How do you know if someone is conscious if they can’t show it? Lecturer Srivas Chennu will be featured on a programme Playing tennis in a coma exploring this topic. The broadcast follows Srivas and other researchers trying to detect consciousness in … Continue reading

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Master’s student wins bursary competition

Anna Vasileiou, a student studying an MSc in Networks and Security at the University of Kent, has won a Postgrad Solutions Study Bursary worth £500. Anna had to submit a 200 word competition entry, articulating her reasons for deserving an award. … Continue reading

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