Glenford Mapp

Dr.GlenfordMapp_picDr. Glenford Mapp received his BSc (First Class Honours) from the University of the West Indies in 1982, a MEng (Distinction in Thesis) from Carleton University in Ottawa in 1985 and a PhD from the Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge in 1992. He then worked for AT&T Cambridge Laboratories for ten years before joining Middlesex University as a Principal Lecturer.

Glenford is now an Associate Professor. His primary expertise is in the development of new technologies for mobile and distributed systems. Glenford does research on Y-Comm, an architecture for future mobile communications systems. He also works on service platforms, cloud computing, network addressing and transport protocols for local environments. He is currently focusing on the development of fast, portable services that can migrate or replicate to support mobile users.

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Glenford Mapp

Associate Professor at Middlesex University
Dr Glenford Mapp received his BSc (First Class Honours) from the University of the West Indies in 1982, a MEng (Distinction in Thesis) from Carleton University in Ottawa in 1985 and a PhD from the Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge in 1992. He then worked for AT&T Cambridge Laboratories for ten years before joining Middlesex University as a Principal Lecturer. Glenford is now an Associate Professor. His primary expertise is in the development of new technologies for mobile and distributed systems. Glenford does research on Y-Comm, an architecture for future mobile communications systems. He also works on service platforms, cloud computing, network addressing and transport protocols for local environments. He is currently focusing on the development of fast, portable services that can migrate or replicate to support mobile users.

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