CEO, Fluidinfo Ltd., London, 3/2007 to present.
CEO, Jon Software S.L., Barcelona, 1/2006 to present. Consultant, Secondary Management Infrastructure Fund, London, 11/2005 to present.
Postdoctoral Researcher, Dept. of Zoology, University of Cambridge, 9/2004 to 9/2007.
CTO, Eatoni Ergonomics, 2/2000 to 5/2004.
Postdoctoral Researcher, Dept. of Cognitive Science, UCSD, 9/1998 to 8/1999.
Founder, CTO, Teclata S.L., Barcelona. 2/1996 - 8/1998.
Chief Knowledge Engineer, Chiliad, 12/1996 - 1/1998.
Internet Consultant, Junkbusters Corp., NJ, 1997.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Santa Fe Institute, 9/1995 to 2/1996.
Graduate Fellow, Santa Fe Institute, 6/1992 to 5/1995.
UNIX System Administrator, CRCC, Bloomington IN, 8/1990 to 5/1992.
UNIX Systems Developer, PCS GmbH, Munich, 9/1989 to 5/1990.
Software Engineer, Micro FortÃ©, Sydney, 1986.
Software Engineer, Kilpatrick Green Pty. Ltd., Sydney, 11/1984 - 3/1985.
Ph.D. (computer science), University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, 1995.
M.Math (computer science), University of Waterloo, Canada, 1988.
B.Sc. (1st class honors, computer science), Sydney University, Australia, 1985.
Part-time Professor, Dept. of Technology (Algorithms and Theory, PhD course), Universidad de Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona, Spain), 2004 to 2006.
Visiting Professor, Dept. of Political Economics, University of Modena (Italy), 4/1996 and 5/1997.
Visiting Professor, Computer Science, Earlham College, IN, 1991-2.
Research and teaching assistant, Indiana University, Bloomington IN, 8/1990 to 5/1992.
Research and teaching assistant, University of Waterloo, Canada, 9/1986 to 5/1988.
Tutor, Computer Science Department, University of Sydney, 1984/5.
Strong and broad computer science background.
25 years experience with UNIX, working at all levels.
Strong internet background and knowledge (servers, protocols, architectures, implementation).
Experience with Python, Perl, C, Lisp, Java, C++, assembler.
Excellent technical writing and communication skills.
Research Project and Training Grant, UNM, 1994.
Digital Equipment Scholarship, UNM, 1993.
Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship, 1988.
University of Waterloo Bursary Award, 1988.
Overseas Research Scholarship (UK), 1986.
Publications, Papers, and Patents
The global circulation of seasonal influenza A(H3N2), C.A. Russell, T.C. Jones, I.G. Barr, N.J. Cox, V. Gregory, I. Gust, A.W. Hampson, A.J. Hay, A.C. Hurt, N. Komadina, J.C. de Jong, A.I. Klimov, A.S. Lapedes, Y.P. Lin, A. Mosterin, T. Odagiri, A.D.M.E. Osterhaus, G.F. Rimmelzwaan, M.W. Shaw, E. Skepner, K. Stohr, M. Tashiro, R.A.M. Fouchier, D.J. Smith. Submitted.
Antigenic cartography of influenza A H5N1 virus, Ron A.M. Fouchier, Terry C. Jones, Joost D.W. Philippa, Theo M. Bestebroer, Vincent J. Munster, Guus F. Rimmelzwaan, Alan S. Lapedes, Albert D.M.E. Osterhaus and Derek J. Smith. Submitted.
Antigenic and genetic evolution of swine influenza A H3N2 viruses in Europe, J.C. de Jong, D.J. Smith, A.S. Lapedes, I. Donatelli, L. Campitelli, G. Barigazzi, K. van Reeth, T.C. Jones, G.F. Rimmelzwaan, A.D.M.E. Osterhaus, and R.A.M. Fouchier. Journal of Virology 81(8) April 2007 pp. 4315-4322. Mutations, Drift, and the Influenza Archipelago, Discovery Medicine, 4 (24) pp. 371-377. December 2004. (with Derek J. Smith, Alan S. Lapedes, Jan C. de Jong, Theo M. Bestebroer, Guus F. Rimmelzwaan, Albert D. M. E. Osterhaus and Ron A. M. Fouchier).
Risk Perception and the Discovery Period for Mobile Applications, H. Gutowitz and T. Jones. Proceedings, 10th Wireless World Research Forum, 2003. Method and Apparatus for Accelerated Entry of Symbols on a Reduced Keypad, H. Gutowitz and T. Jones. US patent submission 2003. LetterWise: Prefix-based Disambiguation for Mobile Text, I. Scott MacKenzie, Hedy Kober, Terry Jones, Derek Smith, and Eugene Skepner. 14th ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology. 2001. pp. 111-120.
Linguistically Optimized Text Entry on a Cell Phone, Hedy Kober, Eugene Skepner, Howard Gutowitz and Scott MacKenzie. Unpublished research report. New Approaches to Information Management: Attribute-Centric Data Systems, R. Baeza-Yates, T. Jones, and G. Rawlins. Seventh International Symposium on String Processing and Information Retrieval. SPIRE 2000 pp. 17-27. Invited paper.
Instrumentable Proxy Server Server, T. Jones and J. Catlett. U.S. patent application submitted February 1998. The Ecology of Echo, P. Hraber, T. Jones and S. Forrest. Artificial Life 3(3) pp. 165-190. 1997.
Fitness Distance Correlation as a Measure of Problem Difficulty for Genetic Algorithms, T. Jones and S. Forrest. In L. J. Eshelman, ed., Genetic Algorithms: Proceedings of The Sixth International Conference (ICGA 1995), Morgan Kaufmann, San Mateo, CA. pp. 184-192.
Crossover, Macromutation and Population-based Search, T. Jones, in L. J. Eshelman, ed., Genetic Algorithms: Proceedings of The Sixth International Conference (ICGA 1995), Morgan Kaufmann, San Mateo, CA. pp. 73-80.
A Description of Holland's Royal Road Function, T. Jones, Evolutionary Computation, 2(3) pp. 409-415. 1995.
Modeling Complex Adaptive Systems with Echo, S. Forrest and T. Jones. In R. J. Stonier and X. H. Yu (Eds), Complex Systems: Mechanism of Adaptation IOS Press, Amsterdam. September 1994. pp. 3-21.
Reverse Hillclimbing, Genetic Algorithms and the Busy Beaver Problem, T. Jones and G. J. E. Rawlins. In S. Forrest, ed., Genetic Algorithms: Proceedings of The Fifth International Conference (ICGA 1993), Morgan Kaufmann, San Mateo, CA. pp. 70-75.
Differential Hardening of Link Weights: A Simple Method For Decreasing Catastrophic Forgetting in Neural Networks, R. M. French and T. C. Jones. IJCNN 1991 supplementary poster.
Type Signatures and Authentication, T. C. Jones, provisional Australian patent held with Sydney University 6/1986 through 6/1988. Authentication Without Secrecy, Terry C. Jones and J. Seberry. Ars Combinatoria 21-A pp. 115-121, May 1986.
Selected Invited Presentations
Antigenic Cartography and the Evolutionary Dynamics of Influenza Virus. Havermyer Influenza Meeting, 3rd-6th November 2005. Miami, FL.
Engineering and Detecting Emergence. University of Michigan / Santa Fe Institute Faculty Seminar Series. Ann Arbor, MI. Oct. 1995.
The Echo System. Presentation to Vice President Gore, Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe, NM. April 1994.
Modeling Complex Adaptive Systems with Echo. Presentation to DARPA. Arlington, VA. June 1993.