University of Oxford
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I am a postdoctoral research assistant in artificial intelligence at Foerster AI Research working with Prof. Jakob Foerster at the University of Oxford.
Prior to this, I was a DPhil (Ph.D.) student in artificial intelligence at St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford, under the supervision of Prof. Philip Torr and Prof. Shimon Whiteson. I received a MPhys degree from Exeter College, University of Oxford in 2012 with Prof. Ard Louis, and a MSc Computer Science from Kellogg College, University of Oxford in 2013 with Prof. Bob Coecke.
I have published both foundational machine learning research, as well as a variety of highly interdisciplinary works spanning climate science, economics, and other disciplines. My work is bringing deep multi-agent reinforcement learning to a variety of real-world applications.
Please find my CV here.
|Feb 4, 2022||I have been awarded an EPSRC IAA Doctoral Impact Fund for bringing my recent research on deep multi-agent reinforcement learning to application in cybersecurity.|
|Feb 3, 2022||I am now chairing the AI for Agent-Based Modelling community which strives to stimulate research on agent-based modelling and AI method research.|
|Jan 31, 2022||Excited to be starting my postdoctoral research assistant position with Foerster AI Research today.|
|Jan 18, 2022||One of my papers has been accepted at AISTATS 2022 for oral presentation!|
|Nov 23, 2021||I have now formally been granted my Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) title!|
Multi-Agent Common Knowledge Reinforcement LearningIn Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 2019
Monotonic Value Function Factorisation for Deep Multi-Agent Reinforcement LearningJournal of Machine Learning Research 2020