Professor Stephen Jarvis has been appointed as Deputy Pro-Vice Chancellor (Research Infrastructure and Governance)
In his new role, Stephen will work closely with Professor Pam Thomas, Pro-Vice Chancellor (Research), to lead on Research Infrastructure and Governance in support of our overall research strategy.
Stephen studied at London, Oxford and Durham Universities before taking his first Lectureship at the Oxford University Department of Computing Science. Here he worked on the development of performance tools for the BSP programming library, as well as teaching at Brasenose, Lincoln and Keble Colleges. After a short secondment to Microsoft Research in Cambridge, he joined the Department of Computer Science at the University of Warwick and acted as Director of Research from 2008 to 2013. In 2013 he was appointed Chair of the Department of Computer Science. Stephen is a Visiting Exchange Professor at New York University and is currently a member of the Programme Committee for the Alan Turing Institute, the UK’s national institute for data science.
Welcoming Stephen’s appointment, Pam Thomas said:
Stephen has been a key participant in Warwick’s research success for some time. I warmly welcome his new appointment which provides focus in important areas for us. This is an exciting time for our research strategy at Warwick, where we are making significant investment of time in the new Research Executive team to ensure that we continue to remain at the very forefront of research."