Congratulations to our newest member of staff, Stefan Marr, who arrived at Canterbury Cathedral on Sunday 24 September after cycling for 12 days from Linz in Austria to Canterbury, to take up his new role as lecturer in the School of Computing.
Stefan is a member of the Programming Languages and Systems Research Group and is based at the Canterbury campus. His research focuses on programming language implementation techniques and concurrent and parallel programming.
He is currently working on combining different concurrency models in a safe way. His goal is to ensure that complex systems can use the right abstraction for their various computing needs without introducing bugs caused by the subtle interplay of abstractions.
We welcome Stefan to the school.
You can find out more about his cycle ride at #bikexit17