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Dr Savi Maharaj

Lecturer

Computing Science University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA

Dr Savi Maharaj

About me

I grew up in Trinidad and Tobago, where I graduated with a BSc in Maths and Computer Science from the University of the West Indies. After a short (but sufficient!) stint as a COBOL programmer, I came to Scotland where I did MSc and PhD degrees in Computer Science at the University of Edinburgh. My PhD was partly funded through summer jobs at what was then called AT&T Bell Labs, where I worked within an exciting research department which, sadly, no longer exists. After the PhD (phew!) I spent a year on an ERCIM fellowship which allowed me to visit the CROAP group at INRIA in France and the Department for Computation and Information at RAL in England. I then returned to Scotland to become a lecturer at the University of Stirling.I am married to Neil and we have two children, Sharda and Jamie.

Event / Presentation

A Participatory Simulation Model for Studying Attitudes to Infection Risk. Summer Computer Simulation Conference 2011 (SCSC 2011)
The Society for Modeling and Simulation International

Studying the effects of adding spatiality to a process algebra model. 8th Workshop on Process Algebra and Stochastically Timed Activities (PASTA 2009): Edinburgh, UK
Process Algebra and Stochastically Timed Activities (PASTA)

http://www.dcs.ed.ac.uk/pepa/group/pastaworkshop/

Omnibus Verification Policies: A Flexible, Configurable Approach to Assertion-Based Software Verification. 3rd IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering and Formal Methods

Stay at Home, Wash Your Hands: Epidemic Dynamics with Awareness of Infection. Summer Simulation Multiconference

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