I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Computer Science Department at the University of Maryland (UMD) working with Dana Nau (Computer Science) and Michele Gelfand (Psychology). I received my Ph.D. (2012) and M.S. (2010) in Computer Science from UMD and my B.S. in Discovery Informatics at the College of Charleston in 2007.
My general research interests reside in artificial intelligence, including evolutionary game theory, multi-agent systems, evolutionary computation, machine learning, and data mining, with a particular interest in interdisciplinary applications of these fields. Specific application areas include evolutionary game theory, evolutionary graph theory, decision theory, cultural psychology, social modeling and simulation, and opponent modeling. I also have worked on computational aesthetics and artificial art. I am a member of the Lab for Computational Cultural Dynamics. For more information, see my research page.
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