Researcher Will Present New Agent Teamwork Research at Utrecht Conference
The Viterbi School’s Milind Tambe added to a long list of honors by being named the recipient of the ACM/SIGART Autonomous Agents Research Award. The distinction is annually awarded to a researcher who has made exceptional contributions over the preceding five years to the discipline of artificial intelligence “agents,” computer programs that can perform autonomously reacting to complex situations. Tambe is an associate professor in the Viterbi School department of computer science. His specialty is having groups of agents coordinate their activities, often by negotiating with each other.