Leo Hatton Net Worth

Leo Hatton was born on February 05, 1948, is Actress, Writer, Director. Leo Hatton was born in London, England. She received a classical training under Christopher Fettes and Giles Foreman, graduating in 2015.In 2009 she was cast in Punchdrunk and Adam Curtis' It Felt Like A Kiss for the BBC and the Manchester International Festival. Leo went on to work in the Art Department for Punchdrunk Theatre Company across four years.She also studied a BA in Fine Art and History of Art at Goldsmiths College, London for which she was awarded a 2:1.
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Who is it? Actress, Writer, Director
Birth Day February 05, 1948
Alma mater Kings College, Cambridge
Known for Safer C book
Awards Conrad Schlumberger Award (1987)
Fields Software engineering
Institutions Kingston University, University of Manchester, University of Cambridge
Thesis On the dynamics of concentrated atmospheric vortices (1973)
Website www.leshatton.org

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He was educated at King's College, Cambridge 1967–1970 and the University of Manchester where he received a Master of Science degree in electrostatic waves in relativistic plasma and a Doctor of Philosophy in 1973 for his work on computational fluid dynamics in tornadoes.


Although originally a geophysicist, a career for which he was awarded the 1987 Conrad Schlumberger Award for his work in computational geophysics, he switched careers in the early 1990s to study software and systems failure. He has published 4 books and over 100 refereed journal publications and his theoretical and experimental work on software systems failure can be found in IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, IEEE Computer, IEEE Software, Nature, and IEEE Computational Science and Engineering. His book Safer C pioneered the use of safer language subsets in commercial embedded control systems. He was also cited amongst the leading scholars of systems and software engineering by the Journal of Systems and Software for the period 1997–2001.