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Area Chairs

  • Michael Beetz  [TU Munich] -  plan-based control of robotic agents -  knowledge processing and representation for robots - integrated robot learning - cognitive perception
  • Ronen Brafman [Ben Gurion University] - planning under uncertainty - decision-theoretic planning - multi-agent planning - preferences
  • Fabio Cozman [University of Sao Paulo] - reasoning and decision under uncertainty - graphical models - machine learning
  • James Cussens [University of York] - machine learning - graphical models - statistical relational learning - inductive logic programming
  • Thomas Eiter [TU Wien] - knowledge representation and reasoning - computational logic - answer set programming - algorithms and complexity
  • Johannes Fuernkranz [TU Darmstadt] - rule learning - preference learning - game playing - data mining in social sciences
  • Hector Geffner [Universitat Pompeu Fabra] - classical planning - planning under uncertainty - conformant and contingent planning -  MDPs and POMDPs - plan/activity recognition
  • Marco Gori [University of Siena] - game playing - discrete and continuous computation - pattern recognition - mining the web
  • Udo  Hahn [University Jena] - computational linguistics - natural language processing
  • Malte  Helmert [University of Basel] - automated planning - heuristic search - computational complexity
  • Manfred Jaeger [University of Aalborg] - reasoning under uncertainty - probabilistic graphical models - statistical machine learning
  • Sarit Kraus [Bar Ilan University] - multi-agent systems  - agent-human interactions - automated negotiations
  • Andreas Krause [ETH Zuerich] - machine learning - adaptive decision making - discrete optimization - sensor networks
  • Jerome Lang [Universite Paris Dauphine] - reasoning about action and change - belief revision and update - reasoning under uncertainty and/or inconsistency - preference representation - propositional logic structures and computational complexity - planning under incomplete knowledge - social choice and AI
  • Pierre Marquis [Universite d'Artois] - knowledge representation - automated reasoning - reasoning under inconsistency - belief merging - knowledge compilation
  • John-Jules Meyer [University of Utrecht] - intelligent agents - multi-agent systems - normative systems - logics for AI - agent-oriented programming
  • Bernhard Nebel [University of Freiburg] - planning -  knowledge representation - cognitive robotics
  • Ann Nowe [Vrije Universiteit Brussel] - multi-agent learning - fuzzy control and modelling - reinforcement learning
  • Barry O'Sullivan [University College Cork] - constraint satisfaction - constraint programming - hybrid optimisation
  • Francesca Rossi [University of Padova] - preference reasoning -  soft constraints - CP-nets - constraint solving -  computational social choice -  stable marriages
  • Michele Sebag [LRI Orsay] - machine learning - stochastic optimization - robotics - Monte-Carlo tree search
  • Carles Sierra [IIIA-CSIC] - multiagent systems - agent architectures - trust and reputation - negotiation - argumentation
  • Steffen Staab [University of Koblenz] - Semantic Web foundations - querying & reasoning - ontology technologies - ontologies in software modeling - semantic information retrieval - semantic multimedia - semantic P2P - organisation of complex dynamic systems
  • Peter Struss [TU Munich] - model-based systems -  diagnosis - qualitative reasoning
  • Michael Thielscher [University of New South Wales] - knowledge representation - cognitive agents and robots -  reasoning about action change and causality - general game playing
  • Hannu Toivonen [University of Helsinki] - data mining - knowledge discovery - analysis of scientific data -  biological and social networks
  • Antal van den Bosch [Radboud University Nijmegen] - computational linguistics - machine learning - memory-based language processing - machine translation
  • Pascal Van Hentenryck [Brown University] - combinatorial optimization - decision making under uncertainty - programming languages
  • Michael Wooldridge [University of Liverpool] - multi-agent systems - knowledge representation - game theory - cooperative games
  • Frank Wolter [University of Liverpool] - knowledge representation and reasoning - description logics - modal epistemic and temporal logics