I build models to improve decision making in complex processes. The models are either simulation-based, data driven or participatory, but more often than not are a combination of the three. I work mainly in healthcare, but have previously worked in urban planning, transportation, energy, agriculture and disaster management.
I teach courses on Applied Machine Learning, at the first, second and third cycle levels (Bachelors, Masters and PhD). I also teach modules on Simulation Thinking, Agent-Based Modeling, AI/ML ethics, Health Informatics and Logistics for various other courses. I am also one of the Vice-Directors of the Digitalization Platform.
My research interests are in the areas of Complex Systems, Healthcare, Policy Design and in the philosophy of games and simulations.
Applied Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (CM2011), examiner, course responsible | Course web
Applied Machine Learning and Data Mining for Performance Analysis (CM2007), examiner, course responsible | Course web