Christopher Acornley

Christopher Acornley

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Personal profile

I graduated from Abertay University in 2014  with a BSc (Hons) Computer Games Technology. I continued my education with a Professional Masters in Games Development in 2015.

I went on to work at a local Games Developer in Dundee for over a year before returning to Abertay University to start a position as a Teaching Fellow for the School of Design and Informatics.


Teaching support for BSc(Hons) Computer Games Technology, BSc(Hons) Computer Games Applications Development, BSc(Hons) Computing, BSc(Hons) Ethical Hacking.

Research interests

My research interests focus on applications of new Artificial Intelligence techniques in Video Games. 

My research done during my studies have more focused on having larger AI controller systems to manage the entire game world and the use of Monte-Carlo Tree Search algorithms.

Knowledge Exchange

2017 - RSNO AStar iOS App - Royal Scottish National Orchestra


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