Michail G. Lagoudakis
Recruiter's corner: Curriculum Vitae, Research Statement, Teaching Philosophy, Publications, Thesis Summary, Thesis, Citations.
Update: My job search is over. In the near future, I will be
joining the faculty of the Department
of Electronic and Computer Engineering
of the Technical University of Crete in Chania, Greece as an assistant professor.
Welcome to my web page!
I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at the School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE) of the Georgia Institute of Technology.
I work with Pinar Keskinocak (ISyE) and Sven Koenig (College of Computing) on economic market mechanisms for complex resource allocation problems, such as multi-robot coordination. I also collaborate with Spyridon Reveliotis (ISyE) on reinforcement learning methods for industrial applications and with Atul Kumar (Emory University School of Medicine) on supervised learning methods for computer-aided gastrointestinal diagnosis.
I received my Ph.D. degree in Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence) in May 2003 from the Department of Computer Science at Duke University. I worked under the supervision of Ronald Parr and I was a member of the Artificial Intelligence Group.
My main research interests lie in the areas of machine learning (reinforcement learning), decision making under uncertainty, numeric artificial intelligence, and complex systems. For more information on my research, check the links below.
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