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I am Professor of Formal Methods at the University of Manchester and Professor at Chalmers University of Technology. And, of course, I work for EasyChair,

I am also known as the designer and founder of EasyChair, the main designer of the theorem prover Vampire, and the founder of the LPAR conference series.

In addition, I published over 100 papers in various areas of computer science and logic.

News

(November 2015) The number of users of EasyChair exceeded 1,500,000.
(August 2015) Vampire is winning CASC yet again! Vampire has won the world cup in theorem proving CASC held at the 25th International Conference on Automated Deduction (CADE-25). This time Vampire was the winner of five out of eight divisions , including the main division of the competition FOF (first-order formulas). All together Vampire won 35 division titles in CASC since 1999: more than any other theorem prover in the history of the competition. Vampire won all the FOF divisions since 2002. In four out of five divisions Vampire solved more problems than all other systems together.
(August 2015) I received the Herbrand Award for Distinguished Contributions to Automated Reasoning.
(June 2012) Nine Turing Award Winners, Garry Kasparov and other outstanding scientists spoke at the Turing Centenary Conference organized by me.