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Professor Kevin Hammond

Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Computational Algebra, School of Computer Science

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Areas of expertise: CICSA; computer science, super computers; artificial intelligence; design and implementation of computer programming languages, including implementation of real-time and embedded systems, Unix, Bounded time, space modelling, parallel computing

Research profile


Associated posts

World-leading software research collaboration ends in success

3.6M euro RePhrase project brought experts together.

26 April 2018Research

Scottish cybersecurity and cyber resilience experts join forces

Cyber Nexus establishes thought leadership community

17 November 2017Business

Tackling the software crisis

€3.5M funding for research in advanced computing

7 September 2015Research

New Scottish Enterprise award to commercialise advanced computing research

Professor Kevin Hammond has been awarded £137,000 commercialisation funding to helo us move towards 'greener' computing

6 July 2015Research

Tackling the fastest and most powerful computing systems on the planet

A world-leading team of academic researchers and industrial experts from across Europe are celebrating the conclusion of a four year research collaboration tackling the challenges posed by the fastest and most powerful computing systems on the planet.

28 April 2015Research

Scottish universities secure €1.25 million funding for computing research

Researchers at the University of St Andrews and Robert Gordon University have been awarded €1.25 million.

30 September 2011Research

Areas of expertise

Artificial intelligence CICSA computer science