After gaining my PhD from the University of Cambridge in 2011, I joined the University of Sydney as a researcher in game theory. In 2016, I resigned my permanent position to take a break to travel around and explore the finer things in life. I shall shortly take up a position at the Kyoto University Institute of Economic Research.
I work on the incorporation of jointly intentional behaviour into evolutionary game theory, and have also used evolutionary game theory to tackle problems in bargaining theory, the evolution of preferences and financial contagion.
For ongoing work on shared intentions and collective agency in game theory, please see sharedintentions.net