Gregory Gutin - Curriculum Vitae#

Gregory Gutin has been Professor of Computer Science at Royal Holloway, University of London since Sept 2000.

Publications: Two editions of a monograph, two edited volumes, over 240 papers published or accepted for publication in refereed journals and conference proceedings, and 16 chapters/sections in books. More than 10100 citations; h-index = 41.

Grants as PI: three EPSRC grants (the total of more than 1.2M pounds), three Royal Society grants, etc.

Early awards: Kirkman Medal of International Institute of Combinatorics and Applications (1996); Wolf Prize for PhD students (1992).

Recent awards: 2019 Amity Global Academic Excellence Award, 2016 Best paper award at the ACM Symposium on Access Control Models and Technologies (SACMAT 2016),

2015 Best paper award at the ACM Symposium on Access Control Models and Technologies (SACMAT 2015), 2014 Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award.

Editorial Work: Member of Editorial Board of the following journals: Discrete Optimization ( Elsevier, since 2004), Order (Springer, since 2009), SN Computer Science (since 2019), Algorithmic Operations Research (2006-2012), and Memetic Computing (Springer, 2009).

Member of many program committees of conferences in computer science, discrete mathematics and operations research: SACMAT 2018-2020, WG 2019, MFCS 2018, LATA 2017, ICORES 2015-2020, WG 2016, FAW 2014-16, ITA 2015, APMOD 2014, etc.

PhD students: Anders Yeo (1993-1997), Alexey Zverovitch (1998-2003), Arash Rafiey (2002-2005), Eun Jung Kim (2007- 2010), Daniel Karapetyan (2007-2010), Mark Jones (2009-2013), Robert Crowston (2009-2013), Gabriele Muciaccia (2011-2014), Naomi Farley (2013-2018), Bin Sheng (2013-2017), Carl Einarson (2017-), Jiangdong Ai (2018-).

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