Uli Harder, All rights reserved.
In April 1993 I went to Durham for a PhD. I'd been here before to do an MSc. My supervisor was Ed Corrigan. My research was in affine Toda field theory. Together with Alexander Iskandar and William McGhee I published a paper on breathers. Together with Darren Wilkinson I started the webserver of the Maths department in Durham, at a time when "making a list of all webservers" still seemed to be a sensible idea. Later on I maintained the informal web pages for the Maths department and those of the official pages of the CPT pages. I finished my PhD in May 1996.
From August 1996 to June 2000 I worked for Metron Technology Ltd. in Taunton as a software engineer. Metron Technology specialises in performance and capacity planning of computer systems. My main interest was the performance of databases. Also, I was one of the network administrators looking after the internal network. I have given a talk at UKCMG 99 in York and a talk and poster at UKPEW 99 in Bristol.
From July 2000 to the very end of 2012 I worked at the Department of Computing at Imperial College as a Research Associate for Peter Harrison and Tony Field on the QUAINT project. After that I worked on various other projects in AESOP group.
From January 2013 to August 2013 I worked for Passivsystems Ltd. in Newbury. After a short contract working for Simulamen I have been working for Exony from December 2013 to April 2015. Next up is the adventure of going back to Kiel!
In the Web 2.0 you find me on Twitter, Flickr, Facebook, LinkedIn and Stayfriends. I have also been increasing the size of the www with my contributions to Ashok's gallery.