Ken’s research interests are in intelligent decision making, particularly for cooperative, competitive and uncertain situations. He is also interested in building simulators that allow us to test different algorithms and protocols. For example, how can a group of autonomous vehicles cross a busy junction? How do we guide drivers and passengers to get best use out of a car-pooling scheme? How can a group of sensor nodes coordinate themselves to cover mobile targets? How should a network of radios share the radio frequency to ensure that all messages are delivered?