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Prof James Brotherston
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  • Professor of Logic and Computation
  • Dept of Computer Science
  • Faculty of Engineering Science

James Brotherston is a Reader in Logic and Computation in the Dept. of Computer Science at UCL, where he is a member of the Programming Principles, Logic and Verification (PPLV) research group.  After completing his PhD in Edinburgh, Brotherston held an RA position (2006--08) followed by an EPSRC Postdoctoral Fellowship (2008--11) at Imperial College London before moving to Queen Mary in Dec'11, and subsequently to UCL in early 2012.  

Research Themes
Research Summary

James' main research interests lie in mathematical logic and its application to program verification and other resource-oriented problems in computer science.

Teaching Summary

James currently teaches on the modules COMP0003 Theory of Computation (first year undergraduate) and COMP0007 Directed Reading (second year undergraduate). 

Academic Background
2006   Doctor of Philosophy University of Edinburgh
2001   Bachelor of Science (Honours) University of Edinburgh
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