Professor Jim Davies CITP
Professor of Software Engineering
Director, Software Engineering Programme
Governing Body Fellow, Kellogg College
44 1865 283521
44 1865 283531 (fax)
Room 461, Wolfson Building, Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3QD
Jim directs a programme of advanced, professional education in software engineering, teaching advanced techniques to people working full-time in industry. He is leading the development of semantics-driven technology for medical research and electronic governance, and a related programme of work into the automatic generation of systems from re-usable models of structure and functionality.
Jim studied mathematics at New College, Oxford, joining the Computing Laboratory (now Department of Computer Science) in 1986 for a Masters' and doctorate. After working as a researcher and lecturer in computer science, at Oxford and Reading, he became a lecturer in software engineering at Oxford in 1995. He has led the Software Engineering Programme since 2000, and was made Professor of Software Engineering in 2006.
SBMF 2012: Brazilian Symposium on Formal Methods, Natal , Programme Committee, Steering Group
IFM 2012: Integrated Formal Methods, Programme Committee
RAISE 2012: Realising AI Synergies in Software Engineering, Zurich , Programme Committee
The CancerGrid Experience: Metadata−Based Model−Driven Engineering for Clinical Trials
Jim Davies‚ Jeremy Gibbons‚ Steve Harris and Charles Crichton
In Science of Computer Programming. March, 2013.
Machine Learning and Software Engineering in Health Informatics
David A. Clifton‚ Jeremy Gibbons‚ Jim Davies and Lionel Tarassenko
Model−driven Engineering of Information Systems: 10 years and 1000 versions
Jim Davies‚ Jeremy Gibbons‚ James Welch and Edward Crichton
In Science of Computer Programming. February, 2013.