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I am Associate Professor at the Interactive Intelligence group at TU Delft.

My main research interests lie in what I call interactive learning and decision making: the intersection of AI, machine learning and game theory. I try to generate fundamental knowledge about algorithms and models for complex tasks. In addition, I think about how such abstract models might be applied to challenging real-world tasks such as collaboration in multi-robot systems, optimization of traffic control systems, intelligent e-commerce agents, etc.

For more information about my research, look here.

For research opportunities, look here.

For more information about possible student projects (current TU Delft students), look here.

News

  • May 31st, 2018:    IJCAI paper: overview of some of my research

    My invited IJCAI paper giving an overview of (some of, apologies to some coauthors, could not fit everything there….) my research is now available from my publications page.

  • April 30th, 2018:    IJCAI-ECAI ’18 Early Career Spotlight

    I’m going to IJCAI: I have been invited to give a talk in the IJCAI-ECAI ’18 Early Career Spotlight track – I feel very honored.

    See you in Stockholm!

     

  • March 28th, 2018:    vacancies live

    2 PhD, and 1 postdoc vacancy are now live. Apply by 23rd of April!

    See: vacancies

  • March 8th, 2018:    I am hiring!

    I am hiring a total of 3 PhD students and 2 postdocs.

    These are fully funded positions. For more information, please see vacancies.

  • March 8th, 2018:    Moving to TU Delft

    I am moving to TU Delft! I accepted a position as Associate Professor in the Department of Intelligent Systems.

    I will miss Liverpool and the colleagues there! (but Brexit not so much…)

  • March 7th, 2018:    New site!

    Welcome to my new website! Bear with me; I am in the process of transferring contents…
    (old site can still be found here )

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