Welcome to my website. I am a Senior Lecturer in the School of Computer Science at the University of St Andrews in Scotland. Please browse the links to find out more about me and what I do, or take a look at my papers. Or here are some ways to contact me.
How can I get hold of your papers?
Why are you ignoring my e-mails?
Will you give me <sensitive datum x> from the experimental data described in your paper?
Can I have a blurb about you for a seminar/grant/GeoCities site about computer scientists whose names start with ‘T’?
I am an undergraduate student who wants to do a summer internship with you - will you fund me?
I want to study Computer Science at St Andrews. Can you give me a place?
Can you fix my computer?
News and notices
- The School of Computer Science has funded 600th Anniversary PhD studentships for 2013 entry.
- I am co-editing a special issue of the International Journal of Human-Computer Studies on Privacy Methodologies in HCI. Please peruse the CFP.
- We have just started a new SICSA Cybersecurity group for those interested in (cyber)security/privacy/trust/etc…; sign up to the mailing list to keep informed.
- I have been promoted! I am a Senior Lecturer as of 1 August 2011.
- My student Greg won the Brendan Murphy Memorial Prize at MSN ‘11.
- I am always looking for good PhD students – see my research page for more. Funding is sometimes available, but this will typically be advertised through the School. Note that I do not have funding for overseas undergraduate internships – the numerous requests that I receive for these are ignored.
- I am our School’s Undergraduate Admissions Officer. If you are thinking about studying Computer Science at St Andrews, please look at the relevant School web pages and consider visiting us.
- We hold regular SCONE (SCOttish Networking Event) meetings for anyone who is interested in networking and systems. Our last meeting was in Edinburgh on 8 February but sign up to the mailing list to find out about the next one.
- I am currently involved with the following events. Please consider submitting something if you can.