My research is in the area of Artificial Intelligence Planning. Given some initial state of the world, a plan says what to do, and when to do it, in order to achieve some goals. Research in AI planning explores how the process of finding a plan can be automated, using a planner. As the number of combinations of actions is large, planning systems must be able to make intelligent decisions in order to solve problems.
I teach various classes at King's, and supervise a number of undergraduate and postgraduate project students. I am also assembling a collection of video lectures and tutorials on planning.
From September, I will be involved in the King's College London Maths School, a specialist sixth-form for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects.
I am the Undergraduate Admissions Tutor for Computer Science degrees at King's; handling applications, and organising our Open Days and Taster Days.
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