Current doctoral students

  1. Lara Gosce (PhD Civil Engineering, 2012--2015), 'Modelling human mobility in the context of disease spreading', co-supervised with David Barton
  2. Barry Park (EngD Systems, 2010--2014), 'Human-Agent Collectives in the Defence & Security Domain', co-supervised with Mike Yearworth
  3. Dr David Greenwood (EngD Systems, 2012--2016), 'Next generation crowd flow simulation and visualisation
  4. Mark Hall (EngD Systems, 2012--2016), 'Applying systems thinking for situational understanding and collaborative working'
  5. Christos Ellinas (EngD Systems, 2012--2016), 'A complex systems approach to complex project risk management', co-supervised with Thilo Gross
  6. Bharat Kunwar (PhD Civil Engineering, 2012--2015), 'Crowd modelling for a crisis'
  7. Richard Simpson (EngD Systems, 2009--2013), 'Engineering a Navigation System in GPS Denied Environments', co-supervised with Arthur Richards
  8. Theodoros Spyridopoulos (PhD Computer Science, 2012--2015), 'Modelling and Simulations of Cyber-capability', co-supervised with Theo Tryfonas
  9. Bengt Cousins-Jenvey (EngD Systems, 2011--2015), 'Building for the 21st Century - a systems engineering approach to reduce whole life carbon emissions'), co-supervised with Pete Walker and Andy Shea
  10. Saraansh Dave (EngD Systems, 2010--2014), 'A Systems Approach to Smart Grids', co-supervised with Mike Yearworth

Upcoming Conferences (Programme Committe)

  1. First International Workshop on Pattern Recognition and Crowd Analysis, in conjunction with the ICPR 2012 conference, 11 November 2012, Tsukuba, Japan [www]
  2. Workshop on Technologies for the Organisation, Adaptation and Simulation of Transportation Systems, 14 September 2012, Lyon, France [www]
  3. 6th International Conference on Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics, Zurich, Switzerland, 6-8 June 2012 [www]
  4. 1st IEEE Workshop on Modeling, Simulation and Visual Analysis of Large Crowds, 6-13 November 2011, Barcelona, Spain [www]


Past and present research projects

FuturICT: The Knowledge Accelerator

SIMULACRA: Simulating Urban Land-use As Commercial and Residential Activity

Game Theory: Cooperation, Norms, Revolutions

Bio-inspired logistics: BioLogistics

Supplementary videos: Leadership, consensus decision making

The dynamics of crowd disasters

Crowd simulation with VISSIM

Simulation of dense crowds


Research trajectory

2012 - Systems Centre, University of Bristol
2010 - 2011 CASA, University College London
2007 - 2010   SOMS, ETH Zurich
2005 - 2007 Traffic Modeling, Dresden University of Technology
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