Dr. Martin Chapman

Research Fellow at King's College London

Involved in developing models and tooling for computable phenotype definitions, funded by HDR UK and the GSTT BRC.

Previous positions

2019 Research Associate at King's College London

Involved in developing models and tooling for computable phenotype definitions, funded by HDR UK and the GSTT BRC.

2017 Research Associate at King's College London

Involved in the development of a proof of concept collaborative mobile decision-support system to help patients suffering from chronic diseases to self-manage their treatment, under the project 'collaborative mobile decision support for managing multiple morbidities (CONSULT)', funded by the EPSRC. Focus included consumer sensor integration, electronic health record standardisation, formal clinical guideline representation and reasoning, and the application of distributed ledger technologies to provenance.

2015 Teaching Fellow at King's College London

Assigned as a lecturer to King's two-semester, first-year programming course, working with over 350 students per cohort. Focussed on innovative teaching practices, including automated assessment, practical higher education teaching and student-lead teaching and learning, particularly in relation to the teaching of programming. Additional roles included deputy exam board chair, deputy senior tutor, disability support tutor and head of technology-enhanced learning. Qualified as a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and awarded King's College London's prestigious Teaching Excellence Award.

2014 Research Assistant at King's College London

Involved in the development of a tool that abstractly represents software error traces as finite automata, under the project `Facilitating Code Merging with User-Defined Abstractions’, funded by Google. Focussed on the development of a module to estimate model-checking bounds, and the merge feature described in the project title.

2011 Graduate Teaching Assistant at King's College London

Delivered seminars and practical sessions in programming practice, applications and data structures, computer systems and artificial intelligence. Responsible for coordinating the other teaching assistants assigned to these topics. Atypically for this position, delivered lectures in programming practice. Twice awarded the department's Outstanding Teaching Assistant award.

Qualifications

2016 Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Computer Science at King's College London. 

2011 Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Computing at University of Liverpool. 

Selected publications

Using Computable Phenotypes in Point-of-Care Clinical Trial Recruitment 2021
M Chapman, J Domínguez, E Fairweather, B C Delaney and V Curcin

Phenoflow: a Microservice Architecture for Portable Workflow-Based Phenotype Definitions 2021
M Chapman, L V Rasmussen, J A Pacheco and V Curcin

Desiderata for the Development of Next-Generation Electronic Health Record Phenotype Libraries 2021
M Chapman, S Mumtaz, L V Rasmussen, A Karwath, G V Gkoutos, C Gao, D Thayer, J A Pacheco, H Parkinson, R L Richesson, E Jefferson, S Denaxas and V Curcin

Covid-19 Analytics in Jupyter: Intuitive Provenance Integration Using Provit 2020
M Chapman, E Fairweather, A Khan and V Curcin

Computational Argumentation-Based Clinical Decision Support 2019
M Chapman, P Balatsoukas, N Kökciyan, K Essers, I Sassoon, M Ashworth, V Curcin, S Modgil, S Parsons and E I Sklar

A Microservice Architecture for the Design of Computer-Interpretable Guideline Processing Tools 2019
M Chapman and V Curcin

Learning the Language of Error 2015
M Chapman, H Chockler, P Kesseli, D Kroening, O Strichman and M Tautschnig

Playing Hide-and-Seek an Abstract Game for Cyber Security 2014
M Chapman, G Tyson, P McBurney, M Luck and S Parsons

Social Networking and Information Diffusion in Automated Markets 2012
M Chapman, G Tyson, K Atkinson, M Luck and P McBurney

Software
ohdsi  🐋 OHDSI stack Docker configuration
jupyter  🐋 JupyterHub Docker configuration
phenoflow  Portable, workflow-based phenotype definitions.
tmrweb  Store clinical guidelines and determine their interactions.
hands  A plugin for the JGraphT library facilitating the running of Search Game Hide-and-Seek simulations.
withings  Middleware for interacting with Withings Nokia Health devices.
nr  Store data using different non-repudiation mechanisms.
ehr-fhir-converter  Convert arbitrary EHR extracts to FHIR.
learning-errors  Abstractly represent software error traces as finite automata.
drg  Infrastructure for running a distributed HANDS research game.
social-traders  A plugin for the multi-market simulator JCAT, enabling social interaction between autonomous traders.

Talks

SocialTraders: A practical examples of agents.  Internal Research Seminar, King's College London.
MICRE: Microservices In MediCal Research Environments  King's College London
Martin Chapman: Research Overview, 2019  King's College London
Building a Blockchain POC for a major financial institution: the capabilities and limitations of existing technologies  Bitcoin and Blockchain Technologies Workshop, The University of Stirling
COVID-19 Analytics in Jupyter: Intuitive Provenance Integration using ProvIt  Provenance Week, 2021
Social Networking and Diffusion in Markets as demonstrated by the CAT platform  AAMAS, AMEC-TADA, Valencia, Spain.
Computational Search Games  Centre for Computational Finance and Economic Agents, The University of Essex, 2014.
Cyber Hide-And-Seek: Ph.D. Viva Presentation  King's College London
Martin Chapman: Research Overview, 2017  King's College London
Abstractions for Network Security  Internal Research Seminar, King's College London, 2012.
A Microservice Architecture for the Design of Computer-Interpretable Guideline Processing Tools  EUROCON, COHEAT, Novi Sad, Serbia
Phenoflow: A Microservice Architecture for Portable Workflow-based Phenotype Definitions  AMIA Informatics Summit, 2021
Playing Hide-and-Seek: An Abstract Game for Cyber Security  AAMAS, ACYSE, Paris, France.
Using computable phenotypes in point of care clinical trial recruitment  Medical Informatics Europe (MIE), 2021
Using screencasts to teach undergraduate programming  King's Learning Institute, King's College London
Programming at King's  King's College London.

Service

2012 - 2018  Reviewer  The Knowledge Engineering Review (KER) 
2017 - 2021  Reviewer  Learning Health Systems 
2016 - 2018  Programme Comittee  Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS) 
2012  Reviewer  European Conference on Multi-Agent Systems (EUMAS) 
2017  Reviewer  Digital Health 
2017 - 2021  Programme Comittee  Workshop on Trusted Smart Contracts (WTSC) 
2020 - 2021  Reviewer  AMIA Annual Symposium 
2015  Reviewer  Computer-Aided Verification (CAV) 
2020  Reviewer  AMIA Informatics Summit 

Students

Namu-Ujin Natsagnyam  BlocVote: An E-voting system providing an anonymous, secure, transparent, and non-revocable sequence of votes
Jae An  Smart Home Inventory Management using a Private Blockchain and a Purchase Order Contract
Mustafa Al-Bassam  trustery
Jahangir Alom  HueDecide: A lecture voting system augmented by IoT
Martin Hartt  easyapi
Rachel Tee  Hopped: A prototype food delivery platform using smart routing

Awards

2017 Teaching Excellence Award King's College London

In 2017 I was awarded King's College London's prestigious Teaching Excellence Award for my work teaching programming to undergraduate students. I was previously nominated for the award in 2012, 2013 and 2016. In 2017, nearly 2,500 students voted in the awards, and winners were chosen from across King's 6,800 staff. The award highlighted my contributions to high-quality student feedback, and came with a number of positive comments from students.

Teaching software

coursework-generator  Framework to generate unique coursework assignments.
ppa-client  A small client-side API designed to enable the acquisition of assignment data.
document-marker  A simple program to facilitate the visual marking of assignments.
ppa-server  Serve data to students for use in student projects.

Lectures

Programming in Java: Arrays and Array Lists
Programming in Java: Recursion
Programming in Java: Object and Classes
Programming in Java: Why Object-Orientation?
Programming in Java: Introduction
Programming in Java: Storing Data
Programming in Java: Getting Started
Programming in Java: Organising Your Code
Programming in Java: Combining Objects
Programming in Java: Control Flow
Programming in Java: Library Classes
Programming in Java: Arrays
An Introduction to Programming in Java: Arrays

Online Tutorials

PPA 2016, Assignment 13: Hints and Tips
PPA 2016, Assignment 8: Feedback
PPA 2016, Assignment 2: Hints and Tips
PPA 2016, The Class Interface and Encapsulation (Slide 119, Topic 4): Supplementary Example
PPA 2016, Assignment 10: Feedback
PPA 2016, Assignment 3: Feedback
PPA 2016, Assignment 4: Feedback
PPA 2016, Assignment 12 and Assignment 13 (Preliminaries): Feedback
Tube - 4CCS1PRP - King's College London
PPA 2016, Assignment 4: More Hints and Tips
Superheroes - 4CCS1PRP - King's College London
PPA 2016, Assignment 6: Feedback
PPA 2016, Assignment 7: Feedback
PPA 2016, Assignment 13: Feedback (View and Controller)
PPA 2016, Assignment 7: Hints And Tips
PPA 2016, CWX Requirement 0: Brief (Version Control Part 2)
PPA 2016, Assignment 9: Feedback
PPA 2016, Week 14, Lecture Prerequisites, Version Control Part 1
PPA 2016, Assignment 5: Hints and Tips
PPA 2016, Assignment 2: Feedback
Group selection using Team Feedback
Noughts and Crosses - 4CCS1PRP - King's College London
PPA 2016, Assignment 4: Hints and Tips
PPA 2016, Assignment 14: Feedback (Component MVC)
PPA 2016, Assignment 11: Feedback
Roomba - 4CCS1PRP - King's College London
Modelling a Bank Account (8): Testing Transfer (Slide 85, Topic 4)
PPA 2016, Assignment 14: Feedback (Regex and Date Formatting)
PPA 2016, Assignment 13: Feedback (Model)
PPA 2016, Assignment 5: Feedback
Introduction to Object-Orientation
PPA 2016, Assignment 3: Hints and Tips
PPA 2016, Assignment 9: Hints and Tips
Battlefield - 4CCS1PRP - King's College London
PPA 2016, Static Methods and Fields (Slides 98 - 127, Topic 6): Supplementary Example

Assignments

pra-minor-coursework-2016  Programming exercises, 2016.
pra-code-dojos-2016  Group programming tasks, 2016.
prp-exercises  Programming exercises, 2011 onwards. Many in draft form.
pra-major-coursework-2016  Programming project, 2016.
ppa-minor-coursework-2016  Programming exercises, 2016.
prp-minor-coursework-2015  Programming exercises, 2015.
ppa-major-coursework-2017  Programming project, 2017.
Tracking Sharks
Tracking Aliens

Languages

JavaScript
Java
Python

Procrastinations

coincoin  Illustrative cryptocurrency client and middleware.
not-so-naivecoin  Adding Bitcoin-like features to Naivecoin.
world-cup-sweep  Office world cup sweep stake calculator.
google-scholar-extended  nodejs module for listing profile information

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