Research and Consultancy

Darryl is a lecturer at the University of Ulster (UU) in Northern Ireland. His research specialism is in Computational Intelligence for computer games and is particularly interested in adaptive mechanisms and real time machine learning to enhance player entertainment. He also researches the use of these technologies in serious games contexts such as games for rehabilatation and games inspired e-learning systems. Darryl leads the C3 research group at the UU and is currently involved in projects that include modeling emotion in AI agent architecture, games inspired e-learning systems, information based player profiling, and adaptive games for stroke rehabilitation.