Prof. Michel Schellekens 

Prof. Schellekens obtained his PhD from Carnegie Mellon University. Following his graduation from CMU, he joined Imperial College London as an EC Marie Curie Fellow Post Doc. He held a Post Doc position at the University of Siegen and joined the Department of Computer Science at National University of Ireland, Cork where he currently is a Professor. He held visiting research professorships at the university of Paris 7 and the Montefiore Institute at the University of Liege and is a DAAD award recipient, which allowed an extensive stay at Schloss Dagstuhl.

His prior work includes fundamental contributions to Quantitative Domain Theory and new semantic models for Complexity Analysis, both of which received extensive follow up in the literature. His current work includes a foundation for modular static average-case analysis, underpinning MOQA software and MOQA hardware technology. He held two major SFI PI awards, supporting the research centre CEOL, and is a co-PI on a Synopsys/IDA project in collaboration with the department of electrical engineering. He is an editor of the journals Annals of the Marie Curie Fellowship Association and Applied General Topology and received prior funding from the Belgian National Science Foundation (NFWO), the German Science Foundation (DFG), the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Enterprise Ireland and the Royal Irish Academy.

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