I design games and simulations to understand complex adaptive systems. I work in the areas of poverty, transport, energy, disaster management and urban planning; specifically, to improve planning and design of public policy.
My research interests are in the areas of Game Design, Game Theory, Agent-based modelling, Complex Adaptive Systems, Policy Design, Poverty and Inequality, Graph Theory, Information Retrieval, Information Communication Technologies and their effects.
I am the Co-Founder of Fields of View, a non-profit research group in Bangalore. Previously, I have designed agent-based simulation frameworks, games for safety and learning, and have worked in the areas of infrastructure policy, disaster management, and poverty. You can find print, television, radio and online media coverage of my work here.