I am currently a University Academic Fellow (~Assistant Professor) at the
University of Leeds working with the School of Computing and Leeds University
Business School on applications of artificial intelligence in financial
services. Prior to joining the University of Leeds, I was a research fellow
at the School of Computer Science, University of Birmingham, and a
member of Centre of Excellence for Research in Computational Intelligence
and Applications (CERCIA). I completed my PhD in computer science with the
Evolutionary Computing and Machine Learning (ECML) group at RMIT University
in Melbourne, Australia. I also hold a bachelor in applied mathematics and a
bachelor in computer science with first class honours from RMIT University. My
research interests are: large-scale global optimization, decomposition methods
for optimization, multi-objective optimization, and machine learning.
The Parkinson Building, University of Leeds, Source: Wikipedia.