This includes several examples of the application of computer science in support of research activity in other disciplines. Achievements include the data management, security, and metadata work on the e-DiaMoND breast cancer imaging project, the design of a distributed computing architecture for climatePrediction.net, a world-wide experiment on climate, and the automatic generation of semantically-aware information systems for clinical research, used in five cancer centres in the UK and being evaluated for use in clinical trials run by the US Department for Veterans' Affairs.
Engineering Agile Big−Data Systems
Kevin Feeney‚ Jim Davies‚ James Welch‚ Sebastian Hellmann‚ Christian Dirschl‚ Andreas Koller‚ Pieter Francois and Arkadiusz Marciniak
Software Project Management for Combined Software and Data Engineering
Seyyed M. Shah‚ James Welch‚ Jim Davies and Jeremy Gibbons
In Zaigham Mahmood, editor, Software Project Management for Distributed Computing: Life−Cycle Methods for Developing Scalable and Reliable Tools. Pages 367−385. Springer International Publishing. 2017.
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. Vol. 89B. Pages 126−143. September, 2014.