For my day job I work in the Transportation Research Group (TRG) at the University of Southampton. I am interested in how technology, information and automation can be employed to build a more efficient and sustainable transport system.

My current research is about how we can use Machine Learning methods to build traffic light junction control systems that can learn strategies from Human experts and through experience. Find out more about this here.

I am also interested in fun and engaging ways to inform people about transportation research and the issues we are working on. In 2011 I was involved in building a number of interactive games for an exhibit at the Royal Society Summer science exhibition. Find out about my Scalextric set fitted with traffic control here.

For access to my transport related publications please click here.