I have always been passionate about computers that can improve the way we live, work, play, heal, travel, communicate with others, and care for our environment. I was fortunate enough to turn my passion into a career in research.
I have been a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Computing at the Open University since April 2016. I was previously a Research Associate at the Open University and a visiting lecturer at City University London. I received my PhD in 2013 from Paris VI University and conducted my research at Inria. My thesis is entitled Dynamic Synthesis of Connectors in Pervasive Environments.
Currently, I am investigating the area of collaborative adaption and security. My current goal is to provide secure, adaptive, and optimised support to individuals and groups in their social and professional endeavours by taking advantage of ubiquitous and mobile technology that connects devices, people, and their environment, and enables them to collaborate seamlessly.