Stephen Jarvis is a Professor of Computer Science and Head of Research in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Warwick. He leads an internationally recognised research group working in the field of parallel/distributed systems, visualisation and digital forensics. The group's work has been used by the US Navy Ocean System Centre in San Diego, the Los Alamos National laboratories in New Mexico, DARPA and NASA. The group also has an established record of spinout companies including Streamline Computing, Allinea Software and Warwick WARP. Stephen is widely published in this field and has consistently been a member of programme committees for IEEE/ACM internaitonal conferences and workshops since 2003.
He is a former faculty member of the University of Oxford Computing Laboratory. In 2009, Stephen was awarded a prestigious Royal Society Industry Fellowship in support of his industry-focused work on high-performance computing. He acted as co-organiser for one of the UK's High End Scientific Computing Training Centres between 2005 and 2011 and he currently chairs the Performance Modelling, Benchmarking and Simulation Workshop held as part of the international Supercomputing (SC) conference series.
Stephen is currently the Academic Lead at the University of Warwick for the New York based Centre for Science and Progress (CUSP).