Computational Modelling Group

Camillia Zedan

Postgraduate Research Student
Electronics and Computer Science (FPAS)
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MEng in Computing - Imperial College, London (2009)

I am currently enrolled as a postgraduate research student specialising in Complexity Economics as part of the Institute for Complex Systems Simulation.

My research investigates market interdependencies and dynamic interactions within economic markets using theories and techniques from agent-based computational economics, behavioural finance, complexity science, game theory and other topics.

My work aims to develop a deeper understanding of how markets are influenced by inter-market dependencies and M&A, simulate how they might respond to regulatory changes and identify key conditions to promote long-term efficiency and stability.

This research is funded by the EPSRC.

Further information about me and my research can be found at:

Research Interests

Socio-technological System simulation: Economic Networks, Human environment interaction, Human population, Social and Socio-economic Systems, Social Networks

Algorithms and computational methods: Agents, Boundary elements, Cellular automata, Evolutionary Algorithms, Game Theory, Graph Theory

Visualisation and data handling software: Jung

Software Engineering Tools: Eclipse

Programming languages and libraries: C, C#, Java

Computational platforms: Windows

Transdisciplinary tags: Complex Systems, Computer Science, Design, Digital Economy, Economics, Scientific Computing, Software Engineering

Working with...

Seth Bullock
Professor, Electronics and Computer Science (FPAS)
Antonella Ianni
Senior Lecturer, Social Sciences (FSHS)

Research Groups

Science and Engineering of Natural Systems group

Electronics and Computer Science (FPAS)