I am very excited to announce that I have accepted a 3-year position as the Gott Research Fellow in Computer Science at the beautiful college of Trinity Hall at Cambridge University.
I am pleased to announce that I’ll be speaking at this year’s QCon London. I’ll be speaking in the “Modern CS in the real world” track, hosted by none other than Adrian Colyer, from the morning paper. The abstract for my talk, Making the Impossible Possible is as follows: In this talk, we explore how to construct resilient […]
I asked a question on today’s BBC radio 4 show “Any questions?”, http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06b3ny4, skip to 42:07 to hear me nervously ask “How can we protect the rights of citizens in an increasingly digital world?” and hear the panel’s response. The responses where fairly disappointing but it helps to keep the debate alive.
I’m looking forward to sharing my thoughts on consensus for the edge network with the SRG today, abstract below Many projects in the SRG at the moment (HAT, UCN, contacts app, MirageOS for ARM, Jitsu, databox, signposts) are trying to give individuals an viable alternative to 3rd party centralised services and put them back in […]
I am incredibility excited to announce that I’ll be attending this year’s EuroSys and its Doctoral Workshop. I’m hope to live blog the event over at syslog. Any recommendations of papers to look out for? Mail me if your going and would like to meet up in Bordeaux.
Here is a draft copy of the A1 poster I’ll be presenting at the 2nd Annual Oxbridge Women in Computer Science Conference in Oxford. The poster abstract is in a previous post. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. version 1 (9:20 11/3) version 2 (10:50 11/3) now with left alignment of text on the left and right alignment […]
Below are my draft slides for next week’s talk at the 2nd Annual Oxbridge Women in Computer Science Conference in Oxford. The talk abstract is in a previous post. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated (note that the speaker notes are WIP)
I’ve just updated my Research pages with 3 upcoming talks. More details to follow, in particular the topic for the April talk at the Computer Lab, as I cannot reuse the topics from either of the other talks. “TBC” – Women@CL Talklet Series, University of Cambridge, April 2015 “Life on the Edge (Network)” – 2nd Oxbridge […]
I’ve been accepted for a talk and a poster at the 2nd Annual Oxbridge Women in Computer Science Conference on 16th March 2015. My submitted abstract is here.
The January edition of the Operating System Review is now out, look out for “Raft Refloated: Do We Have Consensus?”. Also available without dead trees.