Electronics and Computer Science (ECS), University of Southampton

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Professor David C De Roure

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Professor David C De Roure

ECS, Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering
University of Southampton
Southampton, United Kingdom. SO17 1BJ

Position: Guest in Web and Internet Science
Extension: 22418
Telephone: Work (Voice): +44 (0)23 8059 2418
Email: dder@ecs.soton.ac.uk
Homepage: http://users.ecs.soton.ac.uk/dder/
URI: http://id.ecs.soton.ac.uk/person/47 [browse]

David works with:
• Professor Dame Wendy Hall    (explain)
• Leslie Carr    (explain)
• Dr Mark J Weal    (explain)
• Nigel Shadbolt FBCS FREng    (explain)
• Ed Zaluska    (explain)
• Dr Gary B Wills    (explain)
• Professor Luc Moreau    (explain)
• Dr David Millard    (explain)
• David R Newman    (explain)
• Kirk Martinez    (explain)
• Hugh Glaser    (explain)
• Dr Nicholas Gibbins    (explain)
• Dr Stuart E Middleton    (explain)
• Professor Nick R Jennings    (explain)
• Professor Hugh C. Davis    (explain)
• Ken E Meacham    (explain)
• prof. m.c. schraefel, ph.d., f.bcs, cscs, c.eng    (explain)
• Dr Simon Grange MB ChB PhD FRCS (Tr&Orth)    (explain)
• Christopher Gutteridge    (explain)
• Dr Robert J Walters    (explain)
• Yang Yang    (explain)
• Dr Tim Chown    (explain)
• Dr Jonathon S Hare    (explain)
• Stevan Harnad    (explain)
• Prof Paul Lewis    (explain)

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Interests: agent-based computing, amorphous computing, arts and humanities applications, audio, autonomic computing, chemoinformatics, collaborative tools, computers and music, decentralised systems, distributed programming languages, distributed systems, dr who, e-learning, e-research, e-science, e-social science, electronic lab notebooks, electronic systems design, environmental monitoring, folksomonies, grid, grid computing, grid standards, hardware-software codesign, hypertext, information systems, intelligent sensor networks, interaction, ipv6, linux, lisp, middleware, multi user dungeons, multicast, multimedia, music, music information retrieval, nature inspired computing, open access, open hypermedia, open journals, open source, pervasive computing, provenance, rdf, recommender systems, scheme, scholarly communications, scripting languages, self-organising systems, semantic annotation, semantic grid, semantic web, sensor networks, service-oriented architectures, simulation, social networks, social tagging, surge, technology-enhanced learning, ubiquitous computing, virtual research environments, visual programming, web, web 3.0, web science, web services, web standards, workflow

Biography

David De Roure is a Professor of Computer Science in the School of Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton, UK. A founding member of the School's Intelligence, Agents, Multimedia Group, he leads the e-Research activities and is a Director of the Pervasive Systems Centre. Closely involved in the UK e-Science programme, David is National Strategic Director of e-Social Science, Chair of OMII-UK and a Co-Director of e-Research South. His work focuses on creating new research methods in and between multiple disciplines, and his projects draw on Web 2.0, Semantic Web and workflow technologies.

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