Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science and Technology
Cambridge Centre for Carbon Credits (4C)
Anil Madhavapeddy is an Associate Professor at the Department of Computer Science and Technology in the University of Cambridge, and a Fellow of Pembroke College. He has worked in industry (NetApp, Citrix, Intel), academia (Cambridge, Imperial, UCLA) and startups (XenSource, Unikernel Systems, Docker) over the past two decades. At Cambridge, he directs the OCaml Labs research group which delves into the intersection of functional programming and systems. He is a long-time maintainer on open-source projects such as OpenBSD, OCaml, Xen, and Docker, and a seasoned entrepreneur who advises companies on technology strategy (currently Zededa, Tezos Foundation, Tarides, and others).