[jeremy singer]

I am a Reader in Programming Language Implementation at the School of Computing Science, in the University of Glasgow. My main research themes are Compilers and Runtimes for Programming Languages. I am a member of the Systems Research section at Glasgow. You can find out more about my research, or browse through my publications list. I am a Senior Member of the ACM and a Fellow of the BCS.

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I supervise the following PhD students at Glasgow:

Completed PhDs: I am always looking for talented Computer Scientists who want to study for a systems research PhD at Glasgow. Please contact me if you intend to apply.


I am a peer review college member for EPSRC and a Carnegie Research Assessor. From 2016-18, I was the Graduate Academy director for SICSA, with responsibility for enhancing PhD experience for Scottish Computing Science students. I am external examiner for undergraduate programmes in Computer Science at Queen's University Belfast I am on the editorial board of the Computer Journal.

I was program chair for Onward! Essays 2022 and workshops co-chair for EuroPar 22 in Glasgow. In 2021, I organized the Scottish Programming Languages and Verification PhD Summer School. I also served as Program Chair for the ACM SIGPLAN Managed Programming Languages and Runtimes conference (MPLR 21). I was on the steering committee for ACM SIGPLAN International Symposium on Memory Management (ISMM).

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