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François is interested in developing open and principled middleware solutions for complex systems such as grid and large scale sensor networks. He is particularly interested in problems of fault-tolerance and resilience, and how aspect-oriented programming and computational reflection can be applied to provide these properties in the above systems.

François has been a lecturer at Lancaster since January 2005, after an intervening spell as a post-doctoral researcher at AT&T Shannon Laboratory (NJ, USA ), on an INRIA scholarship. He received his PhD in January 2004 for his work at LAAS -CNRS (France) on multi-level reflection applied to fault-tolerant systems. At LAAS , he has worked among others on the EU ISP Dependable Systems of Systems project (IST-1999-11595), and the EU Cabernet Network of Excellence. At Lancaster he is co-investigator on the Divergent Grid project (EPSRC EP/C534891), and the EU FP7 Diva project (Dynamic Variability in complex, Adaptive systems).

More information on Lancaster’s web page and on François’s personal web page .

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