We have one postdoc position and one PhD studentship available in the lab. For more details about the postdoc position please see here and for the PhD studenship please see here. For information about all the positions please contact Prof Kostas Stathis.
Our PhD student Ben Wilkins has a full paper accepted at AAAI’23 entitled Disentangling Reafferent Effects by Doing Nothing. Well done Ben!
Our student Pallavi Bagga has a paper accepted at the 21st International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems entitled Deep Learnable Strategy Templates for Multi-Issue Bilateral Negotiation. Well done Pallavi!
Our PhD student Pallavi Bagga has now published her paper with ANEGMA (an agent model that can learn strategies for concurrent, bilateral, single-issue negotiation) in the Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems.
Nausheen Shahid has a paper accepted at the 33rd IEEE International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence (ICTAI21), entitled Game-theoretic Simulations with Cognitive Agents. Well done Nausheen!
Our paper entitled An adaptive multi-agent system for task reallocation in a MapReduce job has been accepted at the Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing. The work is joined work with the University of Lille in France.
Our PhD student Ben Wilkins has a paper accepted at CoG’20 regarding using a Siamese Network approach to detecting anomalies in Computer Games.
Our PhD student Pallavi Bagga has a paper accepted at IJCAI’20 regarding using agents to learn negotiation strategies using deep reinforcement learning.
Our work in collaboration with the CRISTAL team at the University of Lille in France has been accepted as a paper at ICTAI’19. The work involves software agents using a novel strategy to negotiate load-balancing exemplified by Hadoop.