Certificate of Appreciation for IRIS, U.S. Federal Air Marshal Service
Recipient: Milind Tambe
Milind Tambe of CS has received another certificate of appreciation, this time from the U.S. Transportation Security Administration's Federal Air Marshals (FAMS) for his work on the Intelligent Randomization in Scheduling (IRIS) airport security program, a scheduling assistant that strategically places air marshals on U.S. commercial flights, IRIS won a best paper award at the Eighth International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems. Tambe heads the TEAMCORE Research Group, which has created several other similar projects including ARMOR, GUARDS, and PROTECT.
|Viterbi News Article, September 15, 2011: Viterbi Professor receives Certificate of Appreciation for Security||141 KB|