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I am a post-doctoral research fellow at the University of Oxford’s Department of Computer Science, where I am applying category theory to game theory and more general economics. My long-term aim is to work towards large scale economic applications where existing methods are impractical to apply.
Scalability is the end, compositionality is the means, category theory is the means to the means.
Other topics I am interested in include logic (especially constructive and linear logic), functional programming, and the semantics of natural language.
You can find an updated bibliography of all things related to compositional game theory here.
For an introduction to the philosophy behind my research, see
If you are coming to compositional game theory for the first time and want to know where to start, see my reading list
You can watch me giving an introductory lecture on open games here (starts around 1:30).
- May 2019: I’m on the programme committee of STRINGS 3, the third workshop on string diagrams in computation, logic and physics, which will be held in Birmingham in September
- April 2019: New preprint: The game semantics of game theory
- April 2019: The arXiv preprint Sequential games and nondeterministic selection functions (with Joe Bolt and Philipp Zahn) has been updated
- April 2019: My paper “A generalised quantifier theory…” with Mehrnoosh Sadrzadeh has been published in MSCS
- April 2019: I’m in Prague, where I am an invited speaker at GaLoP 14
- April 2019: I’m in Leipzig visiting the Max Planck Institute for mathematics in the sciences (my future employer!)
- March 2019: I’m at SYCO 3 in Oxford
- March 2019: I’m in Mannheim visiting Viktor Winschel and Philipp Zahn
- February 2019: New technical report: From open learners to open games
- February 2019: I’m at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, visiting Dusko Pavlovic