Brian's main research relates to system structuring and fault tolerance, and is carried out within the framework of the Malicious- and Accidental-Fault Tolerance for Internet Applications (MAFTIA) and Dependable Systems of Systems (DSoS) IST projects which succeed the Predictably Dependable Computing Systems (PDCS and PDCS2) ESPRIT Basic Research Projects and the Design for Validation (DeVa) ESPRIT Long Term Research Project.
He is also Director of Cabernet, the ESPRIT Centre of Excellence in Distributed Computing Systems Architecture.
Since late 1993, he has been involved in a project to improve data networking provisions in the North of England, and to promote their effective use by all sectors of the community. This has resulted in the setting up of NiAA, the Northern Informatics Applications Agency. He is a member of NiAA's Management Group.
Details of Brian's publications can be found on his website.
list of publications by
Brian Randell is available.