I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Warwick, where I lead the AI Systems Lab. I am an academic lead of the Cyber Security Global Research Priorities at Warwick, and a Fellow of the Alan Turing Institute, the UK’s national institute for data science and AI.
Parallel to my academic roles, I am a Senior Research Scientist at Samsung AI Centre Cambridge, where I am affiliated with the On-device AI and Automated ML teams.
Previously I was a postdoctoral researcher with the Cyber-Physical Systems Group in the Department of Computer Science (formerly known as the Computing Laboratory, or Comlab), University of Oxford. I studied Computer Science at Oxford, and was a member of Keble College.
We have multiple openings for PhD/internship positions for 2023 entry. Scholarships available from various sources at Warwick. Please make contact for further information.
2022/06: Received the National AI Strategy Fund to support research on Macro Neural Architecture Search.
2022/03: New work on spatial data synthesis: generating synthetic spatial data with local differential privacy.
2021/09: New paper on deployment optimisation for electric vehicle charging infrastructure to appear in IEEE T-ITS.
2021/08: Our work on blind video super-resolution accepted to ICCVW.
2021/07: New work on zero-cost differentiable NAS: 25min search on DARTS CNN space with a single GPU.
2021/06: Paper on vibration-based communication between IoT devices to appear in ACM TOSN.
2021/01: New work on representation learning for event streams to appear in IEEE TPAMI.
2020/08: Our work on NAS for tiny perceptual super-resolution accepted to ECCV.
2020/06: New work on semantic-instance segmentation for point clouds accepted to ICRA.
2020/05: New work on GCN-based spatio-temporal demand prediction for electric vehicle sharing in urban settings to appear in ACM IMWUT.
2020/04: Our work on secured cyber-physical social interactions on wearable devices to appear in ACM TOSN.
2020/02: Our work on fleet rebalancing using deep reinforcement learning accepted to IJCAI.