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MAPLE Lab @ UMBC

Multi-Agent Planning and Learning Lab

February 9, 2009

Congratulations to Adam Anthony for receiving a tenure-track offer from Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio (outside of Cleveland)!

We have a bumper crop of conference papers this year. Accepted papers include a FLAIRS-09 poster paper by Adam, Marie, and undergraduate Michael Lombardi, a paper at AGI-09 (the Second Conference on Artificial General Intelligence) by Don Miner, Marc Pickett, and Marie, and a joint paper with colleagues at SRI International, Fusun Yaman, and myself at the AAAI Spring Symposium on Agents that Learn that from Human Teacher. Submitted papers include two papers under review at ICML (one with Kiri Wagstaff at JPL and James MacGlashan, and one by Eric Eaton, Marie, and Terran Lane at UNM), two under review at IJCAI (one with Eric and one with Don Miner), plus a paper with Kiri and Eric under review at JETAI. Papers in preparation include a special issue of the AI Journal on preferences (Fusun and former UMBC undergraduate Tom Walsh, who's now working with Michael Littman at Rutgers) and two papers for KDD-09, both with Adam. Plus many more in the pipeline. Whew!

Congratulations to Adam Anthony for receiving a tenure-track offer from Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio (outside of Cleveland)!

We have a bumper crop of conference papers this year. Accepted papers include a FLAIRS-09 poster paper by Adam, Marie, and undergraduate Michael Lombardi, a paper at AGI-09 (the Second Conference on Artificial General Intelligence) by Don Miner, Marc Pickett, and Marie, and a joint paper with colleagues at SRI International, Fusun Yaman, and myself at the AAAI Spring Symposium on Agents that Learn that from Human Teacher. Submitted papers include two papers under review at ICML (one with Kiri Wagstaff at JPL and James MacGlashan, and one by Eric Eaton, Marie, and Terran Lane at UNM), two under review at IJCAI (one with Eric and one with Don Miner), plus a paper with Kiri and Eric under review at JETAI. Papers in preparation include a special issue of the AI Journal on preferences (Fusun and former UMBC undergraduate Tom Walsh, who's now working with Michael Littman at Rutgers) and two papers for KDD-09, both with Adam. Plus many more in the pipeline. Whew!