On this page you will find links to past and present research collaborators:
Mr Davide Bianchi (2018-2022): Complex adaptive systems and the Internet of Things. (Co-supervisor: Dr Steve Phelps)
Mr Federico Castagna (2017-2022): Dialectical argumentative characterisations for real-world resource-bounded agents. (Co-supervisor: Luca Vigano)
Mr Dylan Cope (2019-2023): Explainable AI through Information Theory. (Co-supervisor: Jeroen Keppens)
Mr Brandon Howell (2018-2022): Machine learning and distributed ledgers.
Ms Francesca Mosca (2017-2022): Aggregation of privacy policies to enable sharing of personal information. (First supervisor: Jose Such)
Mr Moritz Platt (2019-2025): Trusted Identity in Distributed Ledger Platforms. (Co-supervisor: Laurence Tratt)
Ms Nandi Schoots (2019-2023): Opponent Modeling and Uncertainty.
Mr Yan Sun (2018-2023): Computational models of Flash Crashes. (Co-supervisor: Frederik Mallmann-Trenn)
Mr Jacob Swambo (2017-2022): Secure self-custody of crypto assets.
Mr Mattia Villani (2020-2024): Explainable Geometry. (Co-supervisor: Frederik Mallmann-Trenn)
Mr Wenbin Wu (2019-2023): Central Bank Cryptocurrencies, Stable coins and Hyperinflation. (Co-supervisor: David Aikman)
Mr Ionut Moraru [PhD 2022, King's College London]: From Pattern Databases to Plan Libraries: Utilising Memory-based Methods for Improving AI Planning Performance. (First supervisor: Simon Parsons)
Dr Chinazaekpere Ngubo [PhD 2021, King's College London]: BCDMA Blockchain Division Multiple Access for IEEE 802.11 (First supervisor: Mischa Dohler)
Dr Shubham Pandey [PhD 2020, King's College London]: Investigation of Random Walk Strategies for Exploration and Searching on Complex Networks (First supervisor: Reimer Kuhn)
Dr Michele Agamennone [PhD 2020, King's College London]: Riots and Uprisings: Modelling Conflict between Centralised and Decentralised Systems. (Co-supervisor: Matthew Moran)
Dr David Kohan Marzagao [PhD 2019, King's College London]: Flag Co-ordination Games. (Co-supervisor: Kathleen Steinhoefel)
Dr Faisal Almisned [PhD 2018, King's College London]: Extending the Capacity of Enterprise Architecture Management Frameworks: Towards a Model-Driven Handling of Dynamics. (Co-supervisor: Steffen Zschaler)
Dr Valeri Katerinchuk [PhD 2017, King's College London]: Heuristic Multicast Routing Algorithms in Wireless Sensor Networks with Incomplete Network Knowledge. (Co-supervisor: Kathleen Steinhoefel)
Dr Abdulrahman Alreshidi [PhD 2016, King's College London]: A Generic High-Level Specification Language for Non-functional Properties of Component-Based Systems. (Co-supervisors: Steffen Zschaler and Simon Miles)
Dr Robert Stratton [PhD 2015, King's College London]: Automated Theory Selection using Agent-Based Models (Co-supervisor: Michael Luck)
Dr Martyn Lloyd-Kelly [PhD 2013, University of Liverpool]: Modelling Emotions and Simulating their effects on Social Interactions in Agent Systems (Co-supervisors: Katie Atkinson and Trevor Bench-Capon)
Dr Andrew Dowell [PhD 2010, University of Liverpool]: Tackling the Computational Complexity of Understanding Coalition Formation in Multi-Agent Systems (Supervised jointly with Michael Wooldridge)
Dr Farnaz Derakhshan [PhD 2008, University of Liverpool]: The Implementation of Dynamic Assignment of Rights, Responsibilities and Sanctions to External Agents in Normative Multiagent Systems (Supervised jointly with Trevor Bench-Capon)
Mr William Costello [MPhil 2008, University of Liverpool]: Remote Microscopy and Open Source Data Structures (Supervised jointly with Ray Paton and Frans Coenen)
Dr Omar Baqueiro Espinosa [PhD 2008, University of Liverpool]: Agent Risk Management in Electronic Markets Using Option Derivatives (Supervised jointly with Wiebe van der Hoek)
Dr Katie Atkinson [PhD 2006, University of Liverpool]: What should we do? Computational Representation of Persuasive Argument in Practical Reasoning (Supervised jointly with Trevor Bench-Capon)
Dr David Wei Huang [PhD 2006, University of Liverpool]: Agent-Oriented Software Engineering: Application to the Management of Community Care Provision
Dr Daan Bloembergen, Department of Knowledge Engineering, University of Maastricht, the Netherlands
Dr Jarred P. McGinnis, Visiting Fellow from Press Association
Professor Simon Parsons, Visiting Professor from Brooklyn College, City University of New York, USA
Dr Edward Robinson, University of Birmingham, UK
Associate Professor Elizabeth Sklar, Fulbright Fellow
Dr Kimmo Soramaki, Founder and CEO, Financial Network Analytics, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.
Associate Professor Karl Tuyls, University of Maastricht, the Netherlands
M. Arthur Verger, ENSIMAG, Grenoble Institute of Technology, Grenoble, France.
Dr Aleksandra Aloric [PhD student, Department of Mathematics, King's College London, UK]: Models of Co-evolutionary Dynamics.
Dr Daan Bloembergen [PhD 2015, University of Maastricht, the Netherlands]: Evolutionary Game Theory and Multi-Agent Learning.
Dr Clement Guitton [PhD 2014, Department of War Studies, King's College London, UK]: Achieving Attribution.
Dr Stella Heras [PhD 2011, Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain]: Case-Based Argumentation in Agent Societies.
Mr Robin Nicole [PhD student, Department of Mathematics, King's College London, UK]: Models of Co-evolutionary Dynamics and Reinforcement Learning.
Mr Alison Panisson [PhD student, SMART Research Group, FACIN-PUCRS, Porto Alegre, Brazil]: Argumentation, Trust and Theory of Mind.
Dr Iyad Rahwan [PhD 2004, University of Melbourne, Australia]: Interest-based Negotiation in Multi-Agent Systems.
Dr Edward R. Robinson [PhD 2011, University of Birmingham, UK]: Resource Allocation via Competing Marketplaces.
Dr Will Webberley [PhD 2014, University of Cardiff, Wales, UK]: Inferring Interestingness in Online Social Networks.
M. Benjamin Broix, Ecole des Mines de Nantes, France
M. Ronan Bouichet, Ecole des Mines de Nantes, France
Mr Kai Cai, Brooklyn College, City University of New York, USA
Dr Dan Cartwright, University of Liverpool, UK
M. Arthur Coussy, Ecole des Mines de Nantes, France
Dr Enrico Gerding, University of Southampton, UK
M. Mathieu Lassalle, Ecole des Mines de Nantes, France
Dr Tim Miller, University of Melbourne, Australia
Dr Thierry Moyaux, University of Liverpool, UK
Dr Jinzhong Niu, Brooklyn College, City University of New York, USA
Professor Simon Parsons, Brooklyn College, City University of New York, USA
Dr Steve Phelps, University of Liverpool, UK
Mr Dave Shield, University of Liverpool, UK
Professor Elizabeth Sklar, Brooklyn College, City University of New York, USA.
Miss Catherine Atherton, Events Co-ordinator, AgentLink III and ASPIC
Ms Michelle Blom (University of Melbourne): Argumentation and Agent Programming Languages
Dr Alison Chorley: ASPIC Project: Argumentation for Legal Domains
Dr Palle Dahlstedt (Chalmers University of Technology): MAS Music Composition
Dr Sylvie Doutre: ASPIC Project: Semantics of Argumentation Protocols
Dr Hiromitsu Hattori (Nagoya Institute of Technology and Japan Society for the Promotion of Science): Argumentation and Causal Belief Networks
Dr Stella Heras (Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain): Argumentation and social networking
Dr Benjamin Herd: Formalizing agent-based modeling.
Dr Mark Johnson (Pennsylvania State University): Categories of Protocols
Dr Grammateia Kotsialou (2017-2019): Voting Over Ledger Technologies (VOLT) Project (EPSRC)
Ms Adele Maggs, Project Administrator,AgentLink III
Dr Tomasz Michalak: Coalition formation and representation in multi-agent systems
Dr Tim Miller: PIPS Project: Formal specification of agent systems
Dr Thierry Moyaux: MBC Project: Supply Chain Dynamics
Dr Enrico Oliva (Alma Mater Studiorum - Universita di Bologna): Argumentation and Tuple Centres
Dr Iyad Rahwan (University of Melbourne): Negotiation and Argumentation
Dr Luke Riley (2017-2019): Voting Over Ledger Technologies (VOLT) Project (EPSRC)
Mr Henry Ashton : Law-Breaking Trading Algorithms: Emergence and Deterrence. University College London, UK.
Mr Robert Greener : How do Beliefs Influence the Decision to Undertake Active Travel in Complex Social Networks: an Agent-Based Modelling Approach.. The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK. Upgrade examination.
Dr Hirsh Pithadia : Algorithmic Regulation using AI and Blockchain Technology. University College London, UK.
Dr Chloe Barnes : Interference and Volatility in Evolutionary Agent-Based Systems. Aston University, UK.
Dr Alex Burdusel : Optimisation Methods for Model-Driven Engineering. King's College London, UK. (Chair, Viva Examination).
Dr Pablo Lopez-Custodio : Design of Reconfigurable and Mobility-Variable Linkages with Singularity Analysis and Kinematic Analysis Using Generated Surfaces. King's College London, UK. (Chair, Viva Examination).
Dr Qi Hao : Topic Classification of Natural Language Texts. King's College London, UK. (Chair, Viva Examination).
Dr Andrew Burnie : Processing Social Media Text for the Quantamental Analysis of Cryptoasset Time Series. University College London, UK.
Dr Matthew Ryan : The Ransomware Revolution: How Emerging Encryption Technologies created a prodigious Cyber Threat. Australian Defence Force Academy, University of New South Wales, Canberra, Australia.
Dr Tsvetan Zhivkov : A Multi-Robot Communications Framework for the Analysis and Mitigation of Network Peturbations. King's College London, UK (Chair, Viva Examination).
Dr Manal Almuammar : Developing Learning Methods for Non-Stationery and Imbalanced Data Streams. University of Essex, UK.
Dr David Burth Kurka : Knowledge Management for Self-Organised Resource Allocation. Imperial College, London, UK.
Dr Kai Cai : Using Transfer Learning in Network Markets. City University of New York, NY, USA
Dr Daniel Moore : From Spectre to Spectrum: Effective Offensive Network Operations. King's College London, UK.
Dr Ibrahem Abdullah Almansour : Modeling an Agent to Trade on Behalf of V2G Drivers. University of Southampton, UK.
Dr Francisco Salas Molina : Data-driven Decision-Making and its Application to the Cash Management Problem. Spanish National AI Institute/Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain.
Dr Paul Beaumont : Model-based Analysis of Nuclear Arms Control Verification Processes. Imperial College, London, UK.
Dr Luke Day : Analysis of RNA Energy Folding Landscapes. King's College London, UK (Chair, Viva Examination).
Dr Amir Hussin : Heuristic Methods for Optimal Coalition Formation. Loughborough University, UK.
Dr Athanasios Panagopoulos : Efficient Control of Domestic Space Heating Systems and Intermittent Energy Resources. University of Southampton, UK.
Dr Stylianos Kampakis : Predictive Modeling of Football Injuries: Case Studies in Sports Analytics. University College, London, UK
Dr M. Q. Sumon Azhar : Toward an Argumentation-based Dialogue Framework for Human-Robot Collaboration. City University of New York, NY, USA
Dr Ali Ghoroghi : Multi-Games and Bayesian Nash Equilibrium. Imperial College, London, UK
Dr Antonio Pena Alba : Approximate Algorithms for Decentralized Supply Chain Formation. Universitat de Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Dr Siqi Chen : Complex Practical Negotiations based on Autonomous Agents. University of Maastricht, the Netherlands
Dr Thomas Stone : Computational Analytics for Venture Finance. University College, London, UK
Dr Charlotte Szostek : Decentralized Control in Financial Markets with Automated Algorithmic Trading. University of Bristol, UK
Dr Matthew Shaw : Topologically-Constrained Self-Organization. King's College London (Chair, Viva Examination)
Dr Jessica Rowlands : Multi-Agent Modelling of Malaria. Prifysgol Bangor, Wales, UK
Dr Khoa Minh Nguyen : Calibration and Estimation of Agent-based Models of Financial Markets via Moment Matching. University of Essex, UK
Dr Shaimaa Masry : Event-based Microscopic Analysis of the FX Market. University of Essex, UK
Dr Eric Kok : Multi-Agent Deliberation Dialogs. Universiteit Utrecht, the Netherlands
Dr Monira Aloud : Modeling the High-Frequency FX Market: An Agent-Based Approach. University of Essex, UK
Dr Victor Sanchez Anguix : Complex Negotiations in Multi-Agent Systems. Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain
Dr Michael Kaisers : Learning against Learning: Evolutionary Dynamics of Reinforcement Learning Algorithms in Strategic Interactions. University of Maastricht, the Netherlands
Dr Chris Child : Approximate Dynamic Programming with Parallel Stochastic Planning Operators. City University, London, UK
Dr Tom van der Weide : Arguing to Motivate Decisions. Universiteit Utrecht, the Netherlands
Dr Dayem Ullah : Computational Methods for Protein Structure and MicroRNA Target Prediction. King's College London (Chair, Viva Examination)
Dr Stella Heras Barbera : Case-Based Argumentation in Agent Societies. Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain
Dr Jinzhong Niu : Automated Auction Mechanism Design with Competing Markets. City University of New York, NY, USA
Dr Kamal Adamu : Evolutionary Computation for High Frequency Trading Systems. University of Essex, UK
Dr Bing Shi : Analysis and Design of Competing Double Auction Marketplaces. University of Southampton, UK
Dr Daniel Cartwright : Digital Decision-Making: Using Computational Argumentation to Support Democratic Processes. University of Liverpool, UK
Dr Christopher Burnett : Trust Assessment and Decision-Making in Dynamic Multi-Agent Systems. University of Aberdeen, UK
Dr Adil Hussain : Negotiating Socially Optimal Allocations of Resources with Argumentation. Imperial College, London, England
Dr Anthony Hepple : Agents, Context and Logic. University of Liverpool, UK
Dr Peter Lewis : Evolutionary Market-Based Resource Allocation in Decentralised Computational Systems. University of Birmingham, England
Dr Fahad Nawab : Agents with a Human Touch: Modeling of Human Rationality in Agent Systems University of Liverpool, UK
Dr Andres Garcia-Camino : Normative Regulation of Open Multi-agent Systems. Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Dr Mariam Kiran : Investigating the Coevolutionary Algorithm in Agent-based Economic Systems. University of Sheffield, England
Dr Maya Wardeh : Arguing from Experience: Persuasive Dialogue Based on Association Rules. University of Liverpool, UK
Dr Masabumi Furuhata : E-Market Mechanism Design for Supply Chain Management. University of Western Sydney, Australia and University of Toulouse 1, France
Dr Valentin Robu : Modeling Preferences, Strategic Reasoning and Collaboration in Agent-Mediated Electronic Markets. Technische Universiteit, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Dr Gerard Briscoe : Digital Ecosystems. Imperial College, University of London, UK
Dr Enrico Oliva : Argumentation and Artifacts for Intelligent Multi-Agent Systems. Alma Mater Studiorum - Universita di Bologna, Italy
Dr Carlos Gershenson : Design and Control of Self-Organizing Systems. Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Belgium
Dr Aiman Badri : Analysis of Discussions in Online Classrooms. University of Liverpool, UK
Dr Michael O. Jewell : Motivated Music: Automated Soundtrack Generation for Film. University of Southampton, UK
Dr Nishan Karunatillake : Argumentation-based Negotiation in a Social Context. University of Southampton, UK
Dr Henk-Jan Lebbink : Dialogue and Decision Games for Information Exchanging Agents. Universiteit Utrecht, the Netherlands
Dr John Henderson : A Description of Common Law as a Moving Classification System. University of Liverpool, UK
Dr Nivea de Carvalho Ferreira : Programming Uncertain Agents. University of Liverpool, UK
Dr Jarred P. McGinnis : On the Mutability of Protocols. Edinburgh University, UK
Dr Chakkrit Snae : An Investigation of Computer Based Nominal Data Record Linkage. University of Liverpool, UK
Dr Nicola Dragoni : Fault Tolerant Knowledge Level Inter-Agent Communication in Open Multi-Agent Systems. Alma Mater Studiorum - Universita di Bologna, Italy
Dr Maria Chli : Convergence and Interactivity of Multi-Agent Systems Imperial College, University of London, UK
Dr Christian Setzkorn : On the use of Multi-Objective Evolutionary Algorithms for Classification Rule Induction. University of Liverpool, UK
Dr Karl Tuyls : Learning in Multi-Agent Systems: An Evolutionary Game Theoretic Approach. Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Belgium
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