I design and develop games and simulations to understand and manage complex adaptive systems. I apply these games and simulations in the areas of urban planning, health care and transportation, and have done so in disaster management, agricultural supply chains and energy policy, primarily to improve the design of these systems.
My research interests are in the areas of Complex Systems, Urban Planning, Policy Design and in the philosophy of games and simulations.
I am currently an Assistant Professor in Healthcare Logistics at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, where I also completed my Ph D. Previously, I worked in the software industry and for a think tank in Bangalore. Scholar and Linkedin are the best places to find my work. You can also download my CV here.
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