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About me

A graduate computer scientist. Some of the projects I participated in can be found on my github page and some of the papers I wrote during my bachelors degree including my dissertation titled: How to optimise political influence using argumentation, can be found on my academia page.

I received a joint scholarship from both the Economic and Social Research Council and The Alan Turing Institute to carry out research in the field of computer science/geocomputation, mainly my research involves intelligent agents and smart cities. I am currently based at the University of Leeds at the Leeds Institute for Data Analytics.

Research interests

Sedar will be focusing on data analytics and smart cities, developing a programming library to try simulate how policies can impact a small world of autonomous intelligent agents to try deduce positive or negative impact in the long run. If the impact is positive and this is conveyed collectively taking into consideration the agent’s health, happiness and other social characteristics then the policy can be considered. Furthermore, he will work on agent based modelling to solve and provide faster solutions to economic and social elements of society, establishing applied and theoretical answers. Some other interests are:

My research page.


Publications and Conference Submissions

Access the list of peer-reviewed publications and conference proceedings here

Journal Reviewer

I currently review papers submitted to the SoftwareX Elsevier Journal, certificate of recognition can be found here

Work experience

Please check out my linkedin page.


Leeds Institute for Data Analytics
Level 11 Worsley Building
Clarendon Way