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.
- Programme Committee, Steering Group
- IFM 2012: Integrated Formal MethodsProgramme Committee
- 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. Vol. 89B. Pages 126−143. September, 2014.
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. Vol. 89B. Pages 88−104. September, 2014.
- Cancer Bioinformatics
- Semantic Frameworks
- Integrative Biology
- Evolving Health Informatics
- Accelerating Cancer Research Using Semantics-Driven Technology
- Hospital of the Future
- Vaccines Data Management