“As a software developer at IGI I’m currently involved in writing the new version of p:IGI and the new Metis product.
Before joining IGI, way back in 2001 I started at the University of Birmingham on a Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence degree. By 2010, I’d completed a PhD in Failure Detection within Peer-to-Peer systems. I then turned traitor by swapping allegiances and working with Aston University (also in Birmingham) on a Knowledge Transfer Partnership scheme to develop Advanced Planning and Scheduling software.
My professional interests include artificial intelligence, self-organising systems, and distributed systems. However, in general I just love working with people, finding out what they need, solving problems and building awesome stuff.”