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I am a mathematics and computer science researcher affiliated with:
- the Mathematically Structured Programming group at the University of Strathclyde
- the CyberCat Institute
My research involves applying category theory in economics, machine learning and control theory, with a view towards what was historically called cybernetics. Some other interests include graphical calculi, functional programming, proof theory, and the semantics of natural language.
You can find an updated bibliography of all things related to compositional game theory here. If you are coming to compositional game theory for the first time and want to know where to start, see my reading list or the 4 lectures under videos.
I am a signatury of the No Free View? No Review! pledge, meaning I will not peer review for closed access or hybrid (eg. gold open access) venues.
- November 2022: I spoke at the workshop Compositional Structures for Systems Engineering and Design at NIST in Washington DC – slides
- November 2022: Towards foundations of categorical cybernetics has been published by EPTCS
- September 2022: New preprint: Dependent Bayesian lenses, with my PhD student Dylan Braithwaite
- June 2022: The road to general intelligence has been published by Springer
- June 2022: New paper: Value iteration is optic composition, with Riu Rodríguez Sakamoto, accepted for a distinguished talk at Applied Category Theory 2022
- May 2022: Philipp Zahn and I have launched the CyberCat Institute
- February 2022: A book that I contribued to, The Road to General Intelligence – with Jerry Swan, Eric Nivel, Neel Kant, Timothy Atkinson and Bas Steunebrink – is forthcoming from Springer
- January 2022: I am jointly organising the Intercats seminar at the Topos Institute, with David Spivak and Toby Smithe.
- December 2021: New preprint: Fibre optics, with Dylan Braithwaite, Matteo Capucci, Bruno Gavranović and Eigil Rischel
- November 2021: Bayesian open games has been accepted for publication in Compositionality