Paul Harvey

Paul Harvey

Research | Lead | Play

University of Glasgow


Paul Harvey is a lecturer in Autonomous Systems at the James Watt School of Engineering, University of Glasgow. Here, he is exploring the cross-section of technologies and skills required for safe and meaningful fully-autonomous behaviour of both design and operation.

Additionally, he is a working group co-chair in the UN’s ITU-T Focus Group on Autonomous Networks and a visiting researcher at the University of Strathclyde. Paul also possess extensive experience in industrial research, where he was co-founder and research lead of the Rakuten Mobile Innovation Studio, and is a strong believer in open and collaborative research.

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  • Adaptation
  • Systems
  • Runtime
  • Autonomy
  • Evolution
  • Distribution
  • PhD in Adaptive Runtime Systems, 2015

    University of Glasgow

  • MSci in Computing Science, 2010

    University of Glasgow

Recent Publications

(2023). Enabling Auditable Trust in Autonomous Networks with Ethereum and IPFS (to appear). ANMS.

PDF Cite

(2022). FedFly: Towards Migration in Edge-based Distributed Federated Learning. IEEE COMMAG.

PDF Project

(2022). Supplement 71 to ITU-T Y.3000-series (Y.Supp-AN-Use Cases) . ITU-T Y.3000 Series.