Past Chief Scientific Adviser for Scotland (Scottish Government) and Co-Chair of SSAC (Scottish Science Advisory Council) (2012-2015), Dean of Research in College of Science and Engineering (2010-2012), Senate Assessor (2009-2011), Chair of UKCRC (UK Computing Research Committee) (2008-2010), Head of Computing Science (2003-2007). Appointed to EPSRC Council and Nurse Review of Research Councils (2015).Past external examiner at University of Manchester, Warwick, St. Andrews, Edinburgh, and NUI Cork. Member of the Formal Analysis, Theory and Algorithms research group.
Royal Society Leverhulme Research Senior Fellow (2011-2012) and Royal Society Wolfson Merit Research Award (2011-2016).
Recent publications:On Lions, Impala, and Bigraphs: Modelling Interactions in Physical/Virtual Spaces ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI), Volume 23, Issue 2, May 2016. Probabilistic Formal Analysis of App Usage to Inform Redesign IFM, LNCS vol. 9681, 2016. http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5033-7232
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- SSAC paper - Science and Engineering in Scotland in the Independence Debate
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Current/Recent Research Projects
- Science of Sensor System Software EPSRC programme grant
- Royal Society Leverhulme Research Senior Fellowhip: Live formal models for predictable pervasive systems Royal Society-funded
- A Population Approach to Ubiqcomp System Designs EPSRC programme grant
- Royal Society Wolfson Award Royal Society-funded
- VPS: Verifying Interoperability Requirements in Pervasive Systems EPSRC-funded
- Homework: Shaping Future User Domestic Infrastructure EPSRC-funded
- SIGNAL: Stochastic process algebra for biochemical signalling pathways EPSRC-funded
- Stochastic Process Algebra for Oxidative Stress.
Professor Muffy Calder Room 310 Boyd Orr Building University of Glasgow Glasgow G12 8QQ
Email: Muffy.Calder@glasgow.ac.uk Tel: +44 141 330 4462 Fax: +44 141 330 4913 Computing Science office: Room 403 Sir Alwyn Williams Building Tel: +44 141 330 4969