University of Strathclyde
The Department of Computer and Information Sciences at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, UK, is engaged in world-class research across Computer and Information Sciences, spanning Artificial Intelligence, Software Engineering, Information Retrieval, Mobile and Ubiquitous Interaction, Functional Programming, Dataflow Systems, Database Indexing and Information Science.
The University was founded on a foundation established over 210 years ago.
It is a Scientific and Technological University, promoting an ethos of “useful learning” – research and teaching dedicated to improving quality of life, with direct and real applications.
University of Strathclyde project termination by 2011-10-31
Professor Derek Long is leader of the Strathclyde Planning Group, a world-recognised research group working in the area of intelligent autonomous control. Professor Long has been interested in space applications of planning for over 10 years. His main research interests lie in the development of temporal and metric planning algorithms and he has made significant contributions to the research community in these areas.