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 within disaster management, energy systems, and crowdsourcing. My research combines a number of techniques from Machine learning, Game theory, and Combinatorial Optimisation.

My Research Interests
Human-Agent Interaction

The design of algorithms and interfaces for humans to interact with autonomous agents, including multiple unmanned autonomous systems (UASs).

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Energy Systems

Algorithms, mechanisms, and deployed systems for demand response, optimal dispatch, micro-storage, and energy feedback.

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Multi-Actor Systems

Mechanisms and algorithms for multi-agent coordination, scheduling, intelligent tasking, and crowdsourcing for real-world applications.

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