Tutors

Tutors

The lecturers’ names and tentative tutorial topics are listed below. Click on the names to access short CVs and their tutorials abstracts.

  1. Karl Tuyls and Shayegan Omidshafiei (Google DeepMind)
    Multi-Agent Learning
  2. Carles Sierra (Artificial Intelligence Research Institute, ES)
    Automated Negotiation
  3. Matthijs Spaan (Delft University of Technology, NL)
    Multiagent planning under uncertainty
  4. Athanasios Aris Panagopoulos (California State University & UC Berkeley, US)
    The rise of intelligent production
  5. Matteo Venanzi (Microsoft Research)
    Model-based Machine Learning for Crowdsourcing
  6. Vasilis Vlachokyriakos (Newcastle University, UK)
    AI and Social Justice
  7. Alessandro Farinelli (University of Verona, IT)
    Coordination approaches for teams of mobile robots
  8. Stergos Afantenos (Université Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier, FR)
    Natural Language Processing in Multi-Player Strategic Games
  9. Michael Rovatsos (University of Edinburgh, UK)
    AI Ethics
  10. Nikolaos Mavridis (Interactive Robots and Media Lab, UAE)
    From Human-Robot Interaction to User Experience and beyond
  11. Onn Shehory (IBM Haifa Research Lab & Bar Ilan University, IL)
    Coalition Formation and Strategic Agent collaboration
  12. Georgios Yannakakis (University of Malta, MT)
    AI for Games and Games for AI
  13. Nikos Katzouris, Alexander Artikis and Georgios Paliouras (NCSR “Demokritos”, GR)
    Logic Learning for Multi-Agent Systems
  14. Sarvapali Ramchurn (University of Southampton, UK) & Valentin Robu (Heriot-Watt University, UK)
    Towards a smarter power grid
  15. Ioannis Caragiannis (University of Patras, GR)
    Fairness in allocation problems
  16. George Vouros (University of Piraeus, GR)
    Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning in the Aviation Domain
  17. Dimitris G. Angelakis (Technical University of Crete, GR)
    An introduction to quantum simulators, quantum hardware and quantum machine learning
  18. Demosthenes Ellinas (Technical University of Crete, GR)
    On Collaborative Quantum Games and Quantum Algorithms
  19. Antonis C. Kakas (University of Cyprus, CY)
    Argumentation in AI: Theory and Practice
  20. Torsten Schaub (University of Potsdam, DE)
    Answer Set Programming
  21. Filippo Bistaffa (Artificial Intelligence Research Institute, ES)
    Constrained Optimisation for Multiagent Systems