This is my personal homepage. I'm a senior lecturer in the Agents, Interaction and Complexity group, part of the School of Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton. I work on computational models of the evolution of social behaviour: I'm particularly interested in communication and social learning. Currently I'm active in the Modelling Social Systems inter-disciplinary discussion group and the EPSRC-funded Care Life Cycle project.
You might want to read about my research interests in more detail, take a look at my publications on Southampton's EPrints archive or on my Google Scholar citations page, or review some lecture notes from a course on simulation modelling that I used to teach at the University of Leeds.
If you're interested in pursuing a PhD in an area related to my work, unfortunately I may not be able to help you directly, as my supervision commitments are already at a maximum. However I would encourage you to take a look at Southampton's Institute for Complex Systems Simulation as a potential source of a funded PhD place, especially if you live in the UK. Regrettably, those of you from outside the EU should be aware that funded places for applicants not resident in the UK are very limited.