I do research in artificial intelligence, especially automated planning and game theory.
Dana Nau is a Professor at the University of Maryland, in the Department of Computer Science and the Institute for Systems Research. He does Artificial Intelligence research, especially in the areas of automated planning and game theory. He co-directs the Laboratory for Computational Cultural Dynamics.
Dr. Nau has received a B.S. in 1974 from Missouri S&T (then University of Missouri–Rolla), and an A.M. in 1976 and Ph.D. in 1979 from Duke University. Some of his awards and honors include NSF Graduate Fellow (1974-77), NSF Presidential Young Investigator (1984-89), AAAI Fellow (1996), and ACM Fellow (2013).
Some of Dr. Nau's best-known research accomplishments are
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University of Maryland
Dept. of Computer Science
A. V. Williams Building
College Park, MD 20742
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