ECS, Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering
University of Southampton
Southampton, United Kingdom. SO17 1BJ
Position: Academic staff in Agents, Interaction and Complexity
Telephone: Work (Voice): +44 (0)23 8059 3339
URI: http://id.ecs.soton.ac.uk/person/10458 [browse]
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Interests: adaptive behaviour, agent-based computing, artificial intelligence, artificial life, behavioural ecology, cognitive psychology, cognitive science, complex networks, complexity science, computational biology, computational economics, ethology, evolution adaptation and self-organization, evolutionary biology, evolutionary computation, game theory, machine learning, philosophy of mind, philosophy of science, population genetics, simulation, socio-ecological systems, socio-economic systems
My first degree was in psychology and my doctorate was on the evolution of animal communication, done in the interdisciplinary environment of the University of Sussex's School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences.
Before joining the SENSe group I did a postdoc with the Center for Adaptive Behavior and Cognition in Berlin (part of the Max Planck Institute for Human Development) and worked as a research fellow for several years in the School of Computing at the University of Leeds.
Senior lecturer in the Agents, Interaction and Complexity group.
D. Phil., Cognitive and Computing Sciences, University of Sussex, 1995-1998.
B.A., Psychology, Macquarie University, Sydney, 1988-1991.
Other Professional Activities
Advisory board member, International Society for Artificial Life.
I regularly attend the Simulation of Adaptive Behavior series of conferences, as well as the International and European Conferences on Artificial Life.