I am a lecturer in the Agents, Interaction, and Complexity Group (AIC), Electronics and Computer Science, at the University of Southampton. I am interested in the development of autonomous agents and multi-agent systems for socio-technical applications such as smart energy systems or disaster response. My research combines a number of techniques from Machine learning, Game theory, and Combinatorial Optimisation.
My Research Interests
The design of algorithms and interfaces for humans to interact with autonomous agents, including multiple unmanned autonomous systems (UASs).
Algorithms, mechanisms, and deployed systems for demand response, optimal dispatch, micro-storage, and energy feedback.
Mechanisms and algorithms for multi-agent coordination, scheduling, intelligent tasking, and crowdsourcing for real-world applications.