Research Student Projects (Ben Paechter)
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Exploiting the mobility patterns of mobile sink nodes to improve the efficiency of duty-cycling and routing in wireless sensor networks.
A graph grammar approach to generation and modification of heurisitcs for combinatorial optimisation.
Exploiting cooperative behaviour to guide open-ended evolution in multi-robot applications. Swarm robotics is a special case within the general field of robotics. The distributed nature makes it more resilient with no single point of failure. Considering the application in remote locations,...
Evolving mechanical systems with bio-inspired computing for mechanical design.
An investigation into the population census as a tool for building the good society: policy, ethics and social informatics.
- Panel Chair: Participation Space Studies: a socio-technical exploration of activist and community groups? use of online and offline spaces to support their work (Ella Taylor-Smith, 2011-2016)
- Second Supervisor: Novel hyperheuristics applied to the domain of bin packing (Kevin Sim, 2010-2014)
- Panel Chair: Ontology based knowledge formulation and an interpretation engine for intelligent devices in pervasive environments (Anna Kosek, 2008-2011)
- Panel Chair: An investigation into visual graph comparison (Alan Melville, 2007-2014)
- Second Supervisor: Specknets: a case study for artificial immune systems (Despina Davoudani, 2006-2012)
- Second Supervisor: Representation and decision making in the immune system (Chris McEwan, 2006-2011)
- Panel Chair: User-centric biometrics: authentication in a self-service environment (Chris Riley, 2006-2012)
- Second Supervisor: Human-Specknet interaction (Matthew Leach, 2004-2008)
- Director of Studies: Metaheuristics for University Course Timetabling (Rhyd Lewis, 2003-2006)
- Second Supervisor: Solving vehicle routing problems using multiple ant colonies and deterministic approaches (Samer Sa'adah, 2000-2008)
- Second Supervisor: Solving a real world routing proglem using evolutionary algorithms and multi-agent systems (Neil Urquhart, 1999-2003)