In am an applied scientist in Microsoft working for Bing.
I have spent five years working as a researcher at the University Of Southampton.
I was part of the ORCHID project, a multi-milion pound research endeavour mainly funded by EPSRC, whose main focus is to deliver the science of human-agent collectives.
Prior to this, I completed my PhD in Computer Science in Southampton investigating and developing new trust-based data fusion algorithms for aggregating crowdsourced data. My first and second supervisors were Prof. Nick Jennings
Prof. Alex Rogers
I have also been a two-times intern at Microsoft Research and Bing working on data quality and crowdsourcing. I have also worked as data scientist on crowd-curated recommender systems at Lumi.
I am interested in problems concerning crowdsourcing, human computation, autonomous agents and multi-agent systems.
I am currently investigating data fusion models and intelligent task allocation for reliable crowdsourcing.
Related interests also include cognitive trust, reputation and rescue robotics
- 2015: MassiveMAS: The first workshop of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems at Scale co-located with AAMAS 2015
- 2015: CrowdML: The third workshop on Crowdsourcing and Machine Learning co-located with ICML 2015
Journal and book chapter reviewer:
- Conferences: IJCAI 2015, PRIMA 2015, AAMAS 2015, AAMAS 2014, IJCAI 2014
- Workshops: HAIDM 2014 and HAIDM 2013
- AAMAS 2013, AAMAS 2012, ATES 2012 and TRUST 2012