Dr Dhaminda B Abeywickrama

BSc, BSc Hon, PhD

  • BS8 1TR

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Dhaminda Abeywickrama received a Ph.D. (2010) in Software Engineering and a First-Class Honours (2004) in Computing from Monash University, Australia. At present, he is a Research Associate in the Department of Aerospace Engineering at University of Bristol where he contributes to the UKRI TAS Functionality Node to develop new specification methods for autonomous systems.

From 2019–2021 he worked as a Senior Research Fellow (sponsored by Jaguar Land Rover & EPSRC) in the TASCC: The Cooperative Car project at the Department of Computer Science, University of Warwick. From 2018–2019 he was a Research Fellow in Responsible AI at University of Southampton. From 2013–2017 he secured two ERCIM Fellowships at VTT Finland and Fraunhofer FOKUS in Berlin where he was awarded a ‘Marie Curie’ Fellowship. The postdoc positions from 2011–2015 were conducted during the ASCENS FP7 EU project where he worked for 3 partners: Volkswagen AG (e-mobility) and Fraunhofer FOKUS in Berlin, and University of Modena in Italy.

His expertise are in autonomous systems, multi-agent systems, norm emergence, reinforcement learning, responsible AI, models at runtime, requirements engineering, and formal verification. He has published 26 research papers where he is the first author in 25 publications.  


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