Aditya Acharya

Aditya Acharya

Research Fellow

University of Birmingham


I am a Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham. My current area of research is multi-agent reinforcement learning and human-machine teaming, and I collaborate with the Alan Turing Institute (ATI) and Army Research Labs (ARL).

Previously, I was a FCAI postdoctoral researcher, working in the field of Human–Computer Interaction (HCI), in the Media Labs Group (led by Prof. Perttu Hämäläinen) and User Interfaces Group (led by Prof. Antti Oulasvirta) at Aalto University.

My current research interests include reinforcement learning, decision making, behaviour modelling and intelligent interactive systems.


  • Reinforcement Learning
  • Intelligent systems
  • User Behaviour
  • AI Decision Making
  • Photography


  • PhD in Computer Science, 2019

    University of Birmingham

  • MSc in Human-Computer Interaction, 2014

    University of Birmingham

  • BTech in Computer Science, 2011

    KIIT University


Statistical Analysis

Competency in collecting and analyzing data to identify patterns and trends.


Proficiency in applying analytical and numerical methods to model a broad range of problems.

Software Engineering

Experience in developing and deploying ML models as microservice.


Optimising flow within mobility systems with Artificial Intelligence

The objective of the project is to transition complex traffic management from static systems into dynamic, optimised systems that cities manage in real-time across many types of mobility.

Touchscreen Typing As Optimal Supervisory Control

This project presents a computational model to improve touchscreen keyboard usability and design intelligent text entry solutions. We explore the effect of hand-eye coordination on typing.


  • Birmingham,