My research interests are primarily in areas of Energy, Environmental and Natural Resource Economics. More details can be found on my research page, or my list of publications. The methodologies I principally use are techniques such as Non-Linear Programming, Mixed Complementarity Problems and Game Theory.
Before joining UQ, I was a Trader and Quantitative Analyst in the energy industry where I traded a Open Cycle Gas Turbine Power Station at Babcock and Brown Power (Now known as Alinta).
In 2006 I submitted my PhD thesis under the supervision of Jon Links, Phil Isaac and Mark Gould at the University of Queensland. Prior to PhD, I graduated with first class honours in Pure Mathematics.