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MAPLE Lab @ UMBC

Multi-Agent Planning and Learning Lab

April 2, 2006

The latest excitement in the lab:

  • Eric Eaton was accepted for the AAAI/SIGART Doctoral Consortium, to be held in conjunction with AAAI this summer. This event becomes more competitive every year, and is a great opportunity for Eric to present his new ideas on multiresolution learning.
  • Marie received notification that her NSF CAREER proposal was accepted. This is a very prestigious award for junior faculty members, and the funding will support continued research on organizational learning in multi-agent systems..
  • Two papers were recently accepted to competitive conferences: Marie, Penny Rheingans, and several students have a paper on the redistricting project in IAAI-06, and Marie, Eric, and Kiri Wagstaff have a joint paper on learning preferences over sets in ICML-06.

The latest excitement in the lab:

  • Eric Eaton was accepted for the AAAI/SIGART Doctoral Consortium, to be held in conjunction with AAAI this summer. This event becomes more competitive every year, and is a great opportunity for Eric to present his new ideas on multiresolution learning.
  • Marie received notification that her NSF CAREER proposal was accepted. This is a very prestigious award for junior faculty members, and the funding will support continued research on organizational learning in multi-agent systems..
  • Two papers were recently accepted to competitive conferences: Marie, Penny Rheingans, and several students have a paper on the redistricting project in IAAI-06, and Marie, Eric, and Kiri Wagstaff have a joint paper on learning preferences over sets in ICML-06.