Hi and welcome to my website. My name is Thomas Gorry and I'm a PhD student at The University of Liverpool. My supervisors are Dr. Russell Martin and Prof. Leszek Gąsieniec. This is my site and in it you will find information about my current research and also a selection of any work I have carried out in the past. I am a member of the NeST Initiative at the department and also have duties in the NeST Software Lab as a lead software developer along with David Hamilton. I also done my BSc and MSc degrees at Liverpool, the BSc is in Computer Science and the MSc is in Advanced Computer Science.
During my PhD studies I was a member of the department football team, being captain of the main squad for a season and then manager for both squads two seasons after that.
 M. Chrobak, L. Gasieniec, T.Gorry and R. Martin Group Search on the Line, SOFSEM 2015: Theory and Practice of Computer Science.
 J. Czyzowicz, L. Gasieniec, T. Gorry, E. Kranakis, D. Pajak and R. Martin, Evacuating Robots from an Unknown Exit Located on the Perimeter of a Disc, The 28th International Symposium on Distributed Computing, 2014.
 T. Friedetzky, L. Gasieniec, T. Gorry and R. Martin Observe and Remain Silent, in 37th International Symposium on Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science, 2012.
During the first term of 2012/13 I demonstrated for COMP102: Introduction to Databases. Here are some useful links for this module:
The demonstrators were myself, Angel Rolando Medellin-Gasque and Kwankomon Dittakan.
During the seccond term of 2013/14 I will be a module demonstrator for COMP106: Human-Centric Computing. Here are some useful links for this module:
During the first term of 2012/13 I demonstrated for COMP319: Software Engineering II. Here are some useful links for this module:
Labs for this module were in the Holt Building H1.05 on Tuesday 12:00 to 13:00 and on Friday 12:00 to 13:00. The demonstrators were myself and Jude-Thaddeus Ojiaku.
From the accademic year 2011/2012 to the accademic year 2013/2014 I was the module demonstrator for COMP527: Data Mining. Here are some useful links for this module:
Since the 2nd term of 2012/13 when I was aproached by the lecturer who runs the Doctoral Training Seminars to take some of the seminars I have been helping out with the DTS. The purpose of the DTS is to teach and guide first year PhD students of the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science through their first and seccond years. Below are some useful links from the training I have provided:
The machines in the university already have various LaTeX editors and compilers installed on them. However, for instalation on your own machine you should consult the following links: