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Mark Batty

Senior Lecturer

About

I develop rigorous mathematical specifications, testing tools, and verification techniques for real-world concurrent systems, focusing on established interfaces (e.g. C, C++ and, OpenCL) and concrete testable artefacts (e.g. x86, Power, ARM CPUs, and Nvidia, AMD GPUs). My interests span a variety of complementary topics including: empirical testing of the behaviour of hardware and compilers, building formal models of parts of the system, the development of algorithms and data-structures that use fine-grained concurrency, and the verification of those pieces of concurrent code. For my latest direction, see this Royal Society position paper.

Research interests

I belong to the following research groups:

I am currently recruiting for a fully-funded 3.5 year PhD studentship (details here) provided by the UK Research Institute in Verified Trustworthy Software Systems. Please do get in touch if you are interested.

Professional

For more details, see my CV and my thesis.

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