Stephen Jarvis is Professor of High Performance Computing at the University of Warwick and Deputy Pro Vice Chancellor for research. He has authored more than 150 refereed publications and has been a member of numerous program committees for IEEE/ACM international conferences and workshops, including: IPDPS, HPDC, CCGrid, SC, DSN and ICPP. Before joining Warwick he held a Lectureship at the University of Oxford. In 2009 he was awarded a prestigious Royal Society Industry Fellowship in support of his industry-focused research and in 2013, collaborative work with the US National Laboratories led to a R&D Top 100 award, widely recognised as an 'Oscar of Innovation'. Professor Jarvis holds a William Penney Research Fellowship in acknowledgement of his work with the UK MOD, he is a Visiting Exchange Professor at New York University and is currently engaged in the establishment of the Alan Turing Institute, the UK's national institute for data science.