G. Mike Reed

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G. Mike Reed
Born United States
Citizenship United States
Nationality American
Fields Mathematics, computer science
Institutions University of Oxford; UNU-IIST
Alma mater Auburn University; University of Oxford
Doctoral advisor Ben Fitzpatrick, Jr.; Bill Roscoe[1]
Doctoral students Steve Schneider[1]
Known for Communicating Sequential Processes

Professor George Michael ("Mike") Reed is an American computer scientist. He has contributed to theoretical computer science in general and CSP in particular.

Mike Reed has a doctorate in pure mathematics from Auburn University, United States, and a doctorate in computation from Oxford University, England.[1] He has an interest in mathematical topology.

Reed was a Senior Research Associate at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.[citation needed] From 1986 to 2005, he was at the Oxford University Computing Laboratory (now the Oxford University Department of Computer Science) in England where he was also a Fellow in Computation of St Edmund Hall, Oxford (1986–2005).[2] In 2005, he became Director of UNU/IIST, Macau, part of the United Nations University.[3]

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