Sandip Sen

Professor
Department of Mathematical & Computer Sciences
The University of Tulsa


A somewhat dated photograph (circa 1996) and a more recent one (2006; older and more colorful!)

Some pictures I have taken and a sampling of my writings (including Bengali poetry)



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My main research interests include Multiagent Systems, Intelligent Agents, Peer-to-Peer Systems, Genetic Algorithms, and Machine Learning.

Vita

Selected recent publications :

  • Intelligent Agents
  • Genetic Algorithms and Genetic Programming
  • Some of my projects have been funded by the National Science Foundation (including a CAREER award in 1997), NASA and the Advanced Research Projects Agency. I served as the program co-chair of the Fifth International Conference on Autonomous Agents held between May 28 and June 1, 2001 in Montreal, Canada. Over the last few years I have chaired several workshops.

    MultiAgent SysTEms ReSearch (MASTERS) Group (aka DAI-Hards): Intelligent agents research group at the University of Tulsa.


    Workshops chaired

  • First International Workshop on Adapive and Learning Agents (ALAg) held on May 14, 2007 in Waikiki, Hawaii in conjunction with AAMAS'2007.
  • Adaptation and Learning in Agents and Mulitagent Systems held on May 8, 2006 in Hakodate, Japan in conjunction with AAMAS'2006.
  • Learning and Evolution in Agent Based Systems held on July 20, 2004 in New York in conjunction with AAMAS'2004.
  • Learning Agents held on June 3 in Barcelona, Spain in conjunction with Autonomous Agents'2000 and ECML'2000.
  • Negotiation: Settling conflicts and identifying opportunities held on July 19, 1999 in Orlando Florida in association with AAAI-99.
  • Agents Learning About, From and With Other Agents held on August 2, 1999 in Stockholm, Sweden in association with IJCAI-99.
  • Satisficing Models held between March 23-25, 1998 in Stanford University, California as part of the 1998 AAAI Spring Symposium series.
  • Multiagent Learning held on July 28, 1997 in Providence, Rhode Island in association with AAAI-97.
  • Adaptation, Co-evolution and Learning in Multiagent Systems held between March 25-27, 1996 in Stanford University as part of the 1996 AAAI Spring Symposium series.
  • Adaptation and Learning in Multiagent Systems, a workshop held in conjunction with IJCAI-95. You can access the schedule for the workshop and the abstracts of the papers presented there.

  • Teaching responsibilities

    I have taught the following courses:

  • CS 2003: Fundamentals of Algorithms and Computer Applications
  • CS/MATH 3013: Discrete Mathematics
  • CS 4253/6613: Artificial Intelligence
  • CS 4163/6523: Database Systems (Spring, 2001)
  • CS 7313: Advanced AI
  • CS 7323: Multiagent Systems
  • CS 7333: Machine Learning
  • CS 7863: Agent Based Systems
  • During the month of June in 1997 and 1998, I was involved in running an Engineering Summer Academy at TU for 8th and 9th grade students.
    Education
    PhD '93 Computer Science & Engineering University of Michigan
    MS '88 Electrical Engineering University of Alabama
    BS '86 Electronics & Tele-Communications Engineering Jadavpur University, India

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    Department of Mathematical & Computer Sciences
    The University of Tulsa
    600 S. College
    Tulsa, OK 74104
    E-mail: firstName-lastName@utulsa.edu
    Phone: (918) 631-2985
    Fax: (918) 631-3077