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Cameron Browne

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  • Research Fellow
  • Imperial College London
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I'm an Australian software engineer and board game designer who has recently joined the Computational Creativity Group at Imperial College London, to explore the use of Monte Carlo Tree Search (MCTS) in game design and other creative domains.

Research interests

Recent publications

  • Analysis of fred horn’s gloop puzzle

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  • A survey of Monte Carlo tree search methods

    • Browne C
    • Powley E
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Professional experience

Research Fellow

Imperial College London

October 2010 - Present



Queensland University of Technology

February 2005 - November 2008(4 years)

Computer Science Honours (1st)

La Trobe University

February 1992 - November 1992(9 months)

Bachelor of Arts (Computer Science)

University of Queensland

July 1989 - November 1990(a year)

Bachelor of Science (Psychology)

University of Queensland

February 1984 - June 1989(5 years)

Co-authors (26)

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