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Complex Systems Winter School 2015

I am an undergraduate student fascinated by complex adaptive systems, and how local interactions among independent agents in such systems seem to shape irreducibly perceptive collective behaviours. I have published 4 research papers and worked on numerous research projects. My past work was at NEcol, IIITD and under Dr. Jayadeva, IITD on collective behaviour in human crowds and machine learning algorithms for EEG signals respectively. My previous research work has been focused on deriving intelligent emergent behaviours from simple interactions between agents at microscopic level. I have worked on analysing genetic evolution in complex adaptive systems and studying interaction patterns that relate to the collective features. Additionally, I have developed better techniques to improve collective intelligence solving computationally hard problems and used NLP in analysing emergent patterns.