I am a Professor in the School of Computing Science at the University of Glasgow.
I belong to the
Formal Analysis, Theory and Algorithms Section ( FATA) and lead the Understandable Autonomous Systems research theme.
My research involves using mathematical techniques to analyse complex software systems. These systems include autonomous vehicles such as UAVs, robots, and telecommunications systems. We develop models which we can analyse using logical properties to define the sort of behaviour we expect the system to have. This allows us to expose hidden errors that could affect the performance, efficiency and sometimes safety of a system. The particular technique I use is a type of formal verification called
I also have a keen interest in Combinatorial Design Theory. Recent research (in the Symmetry Journal) has focussed on the use of mathematical designs for Breakout Room Allocation Schedules.
For information about previously funded projects, teaching, research students and publications, please see my University Web Page.
Prof. Alice Miller, firstname.lastname@example.org School of Computing Science, Room S133, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, G12 8QQ. Telephone +44 41 330 4256 (ext. 4454), Fax +44 41 330 4454.