Mohammad Abdulaziz                    

Room (N)7.15
Bush House 30 Aldwych

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Bio: I am a lecturer (equiv. to assistant professor) and member of the Reasoning and Planning Group at King's College London. Before that, I was a post-doc in the Chair for Logic and Verification at Techniche Universität München, where I am still a guest researcher and a regular visitor. I was awarded my PhD from the Australian National University, and, before that, an MSc from Cairo University. I also held full-time industry R&D positions from 2009 to 2013 in electronics CAD software and FPGA system design.

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