About Me

I joined the Singapore University of Technology and Design in 2016 as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the System Analysis and Verification Group of Prof. Sun Jun. Prior to this, I was a postdoctoral researcher at ETH Zürich (2013-16) in the Chair of Software Engineering held by Prof. Bertrand Meyer. I completed my undergraduate and doctoral degrees at the University of York (2009-2013) under the supervision of Dr. Detlef Plump.

Whilst at York, I received a Vice-Chancellor’s Teaching Award and became an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA).

For an up-to-date overview of my current activities, please dig deeper into my website:

  •   Researchresearch project descriptions, collaborators, and key papers
  •   Publicationsresearch papers, work-in-progress, and bibliographic data
  •   Eventsconferences / workshops I’m co-organising or participating in
  •   Talksresearch presentations, with selected sets of slides
  •   Teachingcourse materials, teaching experience, and Master’s theses supervised
  •   Professionalcommittee memberships, refereeing service, and professional development

I occasionally tweet about computer science and other topics. I also unrepentantly post photos of food to Instagram.

Positions

  • present2016

    Research Fellow

    SUTD Singapore

  • 20162013

    Postdoctoral Researcher

    ETH Zürich

  • 20132009

    PhD Student

    University of York

Personal

I love to unwind by playing the piano, with Chopin, Liszt, Gershwin, and Shostakovich being amongst my favourite composers. Beyond the piano, I fill my free time with hiking, (moaning about) politics, and gaming. Recently, I managed to survive white water rafting in Kuala Kubu Bharu.

Unfortunately, I’m utterly hopeless at cooking, but do love to eat out and try new food; especially the cuisine of Southeast Asia (and Malaysia in particular). I enjoy the occasional beer (or two) with friends. Of the British ales, my favourite would be Copper Dragon’s Golden Pippin, and of the German lagers, Augustiner Helles.

I’m British by birth, but hold dual citizenship from New Zealand, having spent over four years of my childhood in Hawke’s Bay. With much regret, I no longer have the Kiwi accent, and can’t even convincingly fake it. But those years seeded a passion for travelling; a passion that (very luckily) I often manage to fulfil through my job.