Entries by Mithun Chakraborty

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SRG paper wins Best Paper Award at ALA 2024 workshop

The paper titled “A Meta-Game Evaluation Framework for Deep Multiagent Reinforcement Learning,” authored by Zun Li, while he was a PhD student with SRG, and Michael Wellman just won the best paper award at the 16th Adaptive and Learning Agents (ALA) Workshop held on May 16-17 as part of the 23nd International Conference on Autonomous […]

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Zun Li defends dissertation

  On 17 January 2024, Zun Li successfully defended his PhD dissertation titled, “Artificial Intelligence Algorithms for Large Economic and Computer Games.” Thanks to the dissertation committee members: Michael Wellman (chair) Mingyan Liu Yevgeniy Vorobeychik  Satinder Singh Baveja Marc Lanctot Congratulations, Dr. Li! We wish you a bright future ahead as an alumnus and ambassador […]

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Yongzhao Wang defends dissertation

On August 14, 2023, Yongzhao Wang successfully defended his PhD dissertation titled, “Multiagent Learning by Iterative Refinement of Game Models.” Thanks to the dissertation committee members: Michael Wellman (chair) Mingyan Liu Benjamin Fish Tilman Börgers Congratulations, Dr. Wang! We wish you a bright future ahead as an alumnus and ambassador of UMich CSE, AI, and […]

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Max Smith defends dissertation

On July 26, 2023, Max Smith successfully defended his PhD dissertation titled, “Efficient Game Solving through Transfer Learning.” Thanks to the dissertation committee members: Michael Wellman (chair) Satinder Singh Baveja Honglak Lee Grant Schoenebeck Congratulations, Dr. Smith! We wish you a bright future ahead as an alumnus and ambassador of UMich CSE, AI, and SRG! […]

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Katherine Mayo defends dissertation proposal

On July 17, 2022, Katherine Mayo presented and successfully defended her dissertation proposal titled “A Strategic Analysis of Economic and Technological Changes in Financial Networks Using Agent-Based Modeling.” The dissertation committee comprises: Michael Wellman [chair] Peter Adriaens Atul Prakash Jeffery Zhang Congratulations, Katherine!

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Christine Konicki defends dissertation proposal

On October 17, 2022, Christine Konicki presented and successfully defended her dissertation proposal titled “A Tree-Exploiting Approach to Empirical Game-Theoretic Analysis for Extensive-Form Games.” The dissertation committee comprises: Michael Wellman [chair] Grant Schoenebeck Greg Bodwin Mithun Chakraborty Congratulations, Christine!

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New graduate students join SRG

Two new graduate students joined SRG in the Fall 2022 term: PhD student Austin Nguyen who got his BA in Computer Science from University of California, Berkeley, in 2021, Master’s student Arshdeep Singh who got his BTech+MTech dual degree in Electrical, Electronics, and Communication Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, in 2018.