Ph.D. Complexity Sciences, University of Bristol, 2016
M.Res. Complexity Sciences, University of Bristol, 2013
M.Phil. Economics, University of Oxford, 2009
B.Sc. Physics with Theoretical Physics, Imperial College London, 2007
Interests: swarm robotics, collecitve behaviour, complexity science, behavioural ecology
Complexity scientist with a long-standing interest in social behaviour. After a PhD focused on ant colony exploration and decision-making, he spent a year at UCLA working on social spiders, networks and animal personality. Working with Sabine Hauert in Engineering Mathematics, the goal is to understand and engineer swarm control across length scales (bacteria-ants-robots).