I was the European Union Awareness initiative's featured researcher of the week:

I gave an invited talk at King's College London on "Engineering Self-Aware and Self-Expressive Systems" as part of their Informatics colloquium series.

I gave an invited talk at the Awareness Inter-project day in Bologna, on the topic of how to measure confidence in self-aware systems.

Our paper A Survey of Self-Awareness and Its Application in Computing Systems was accepted for presentation at the 1st AWARE Workshop: Challenges in Achieving Self-Awareness in Autonomous Systems, at SASO 2011: The Fifth IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems.

Fully funded PhD studentship available at the University of Birmingham in the area of self-aware and self-expressive computing systems. More details here.

Our paper A Socio-Economic Approach to Online Vision Graph Generation and Handover in Distributed Smart Camera Networks was accepted for presentation at ICDSC 2011: The Fifth ACM/IEEE International Conference on Distributed Smart Cameras.

Our paper A Diversity Dilemma in Evolutionary Markets was accepted for presentation at ICEC 2011: The Thirteenth International Conference on Electronic Commerce.

Our paper Improving scheduling techniques in heterogeneous systems with dynamic, on-line optimisations was accepted for presentation at CISIS 2011: The Fifth International Conference on Complex, Intelligent, and Software Intensive Systems.

I started a postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the University of Birmingham on the 2nd September 2010, working on the European project EPiCS (Engineering Proprioception in Computing Systems).

I successfully passed my PhD examination (viva) on the 13th September 2010, with no thesis modifications required.