I am a New Frontier Fellow, in the Web and Internet Science Group (WAIS), in Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton. My research is in the area of explainability a facet of algorithmic accountability, provenance, and data ethics. I am currently working on describing the evolution of open source software engineering projects using provenance, to improve sustainability and reuse. I have worked on many projects before my fellowship, including StoryPlaces, SOCIAM, SmartSociety, and Live Memories.
To apply for a PhD with me, please follow the ECS PhD application process.
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