Research

My current research focuses on quantitative argumentation debates, specifically the production of automatic evaluation methods and cataloguing the mathematical properties of the algorithms used to achieve this.

Research topics within Artificial Intelligence of interest to me include:

Targetted fields for the application of this research include engineering design, e-government, e-Learning and argumentation mining.

Publications

2017

2016

Education

PhD Candidate in Computing

Imperial College London - Sep 2018 (Expected)
Computational Logic & Argumentation | Engineering Design
Thesis: "Evaluation Algorithms in Quantitative Argumentation Debates and Their Applications"
Supervisors: Prof. Francesca Toni & Dr. Marco Aurisicchio
EPSRC Scholarship

MEng in Automotive Engineering (with Diploma in Industrial Studies)

Loughborough University - Sep 2012
Vehicle Dynamics & Handling | Control Engineering
1st Class Honours
Thesis: "Application of a Reaction Wheel Actuator for Motorcycle Control"
Supervisor: Dr. George Mavros

Professional Experience

Project ManagerGreen Lifting Ltd.Mar 2014 - Current
Quantitative Development ConsultantZONlab Ltd.Jun 2015 - Aug 2015
Race Strategy EngineerMercedes AMG Petronas F1 TeamSep 2012 - Feb 2014
Race Strategy Placement StudentMercedes AMG Petronas F1 TeamSep 2010 - Jul 2011
Summer Placement StudentMercedes AMG Petronas F1 TeamJul 2010 - Sep 2010

Other Activities

Contact

  • Address

    Room 417, Huxley Building,
    180 Queen's Gate,
    South Kensington Campus,
    Imperial College London,
    London, SW7 2RH,
    United Kingdom
  • Email

    a.rago15@imperial.ac.uk