I've been involved in computational science since 1975 - a long long time. I've published various papers over the years in topics ranging from query optimization to user interface design to distributed systems and formal methods.
I work for Cognizant Technology Solutions as the European Technology Officer which is both challenging and great fun.
I am also a visiting Professor at Kingston University in London specialising in distributed systems and their descriptions.
Recently (last year) I was invited to be one of the authors of the SOA Manifesto.
My main interests these days are centered on using formal methods to build robust distributed systems and how we innovate. This is why WS-CDL, SAVARA, BPMN2 on the one hand and HoQ and TRIZ on the other are all close to my heart and form the basis for all that I do within both Cognizant and Pi4 Technologies.
My aim is simply to contribute to move things forward and deliver software solutions faster, with higher quality and reduced costs and so remove us of the linearity in global delivery of software.