Dr Robert Mercaș
Robert graduated from University of Bucharest in 2004 with a degree in Computer Science. He did his Masters in Theoretical Computer Science at the same university before moving to Tarragona where he did his PhD at the Rovira I Virgili University.
In 2011, Robert became for two years an Alexander von Humboldt fellow at Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg. Between 2013 and 2016 he was a postdoctoral fellow at Kiel University. During this time, he also had a DAAD fellowship on which he spent a one-year mobility at King’s College London. In 2016, he held a Newton Postdoctoral fellowship at King’s College London, before joining Loughborough University in July.
- Algorithms and Combinatorics on sequences
- Bioinformatics Algorithms
- Formal Languages.
- Trace Monoids
- Pattern Inference (Learning Theory)
- PC for DACS 2015, SYNASC 2014, Interplays 2011, ICAART 2011
- OC for LSD&LAW 2016 (co-chair), SPIRE 2015, LSD&LAW 2015, LATA 2008, LATA 2007
- Reviewer for several conferences and journals.
Member of the Theory and Applications of Formal Systems (TAFS) research group