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Dr Valeriia Haberland


  • (2015-2010) Ph.D in Computer Science, King's College London, UK. Title: "Strategies for the Execution of Long-Term Continuous and Simultaneous Tasks in Grids". My PhD research focused on automated negotiation in respect of the Grid resources between a resource allocator and client in order to run data independent or inter-dependent tasks which require long-term and near-continuous execution. The example of such tasks can be climate monitoring and control tasks, but also other monitoring application which process data in real time.
  • (2010-2008) MSc in Information Technology (with distinction), Saint Petersburg State University, Russian Federation. Title: "Analysis of Multiprocessor Complex Application Effectiveness for Transoceanic Shipping Optimisation". 
  • (2008-2007) MSc in Computer Systems and Networks (with distinction), Zaporizhzhya National Technical University, Ukraine. Title: "System of Molecular Dynamic Simulation with Application of Parallel Calculations and GRID-technology".
  • (2007-2003) BSc in Computer Systems and Networks (with distinction), Zaporizhzhya National Technical University, Ukraine.
  • (2003-1993) Physical-Mathematical Grammar School N28 (with distinction "Gold Medal", equivalent to A or A* level in all subjects), Zaporizhzhya, Ukraine.


  • (2013) Best Student Paper Award, "Using Adjustable Fuzzy Inference for Adaptive Grid Resource Negotiation" at the 6th International workshop on Agent-based Complex Automated Negotiations, the 12th International conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, Minnesota, USA.
  • (2013-2010) Graduate School Studentship and King's Overseas Research Studentship, awarded as a result of competition which considers the achievements in studies, King's College London, UK.
  • (2012) 1st Prize in Poster Competition, "Adaptive Negotiation Strategy in Grids" at the Annual School of Natural and Mathematical Sciences Research Day Poster Competition in King's College London, UK.
  • (2007) 2nd Prize in the National Ukrainian Students' Physics Competition, Ivano-Frankovsk, Vasyl Stefanyk Prykarpattian National University, Ukraine.



Bristol Medical School (PHS)

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