Edinburgh Research Explorer

Dr Michael Rovatsos

Senior Lecturer

Research Interests

Intelligent agents and multiagent systems: reasoning about interaction, multiagent planning, collaborative learning, combination of knowledge-based and game-theoretic techniques, social computing.

Qualifications

2004 PhD in Computer Science, Technical University of Munich
1999 Diploma in Computer Science, University of Saarbrueken

Biography

I am a Senior Lecturer at the School of Informatics at The University of Edinburgh, and Director of the Centre For Intelligent Systems and their Applications.

I work in agents and multiagent systems, and my broader research interests are in artificial intelligence and social computation.

I am currently involved in two major research projects, the SmartSociety project and the ESSENCE Initial Training Network, which I also coordinate. 

Research students

Current PhD Student

Michael Anslow
Tania Marques
Aimilios Vourliotakis

Previous PhD Students

Matt Crosby (2014)
Alexandros Belesiotis (2012)
George Christelis (2011)
Iain Wallace (2010)

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