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Xintong Wang defends dissertation

On Dec 21, 2020, Xintong Wang successfully defended her PhD dissertation titled, "Computational Modeling and Design of Financial Markets: Towards Manipulation-Resistant and Expressive Markets." Congratulations, Dr. Wang! We wish you a…
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Megan receives DEI service award

Megan Shearer is one of the graduate student recipients of the first annual CSE Service Award for Excellence in Climate, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. The awardees for the 2019-20 cycle were officially recognized by Prof. Westley Weimer at…
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Xintong finishes as finalist at CSE Graduate Honors Competition

Xintong Wang was one of the five finalists at the 17th Annual CSE Graduate Honors Competition held virtually on Nov 11, 2020, where she delivered a 15 min presentation (with QnA) on her research topic "Combining Agent-Based Simulation and…
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Prof. Wellman to talk at IEX ARC

Prof. Wellman will speak on the topic "Generative Adversarial Networks for Amplifying and Extending Financial Market Data" at the second IEX Academic Research Conference on Nov. 19, 2020. The full program of the two-day virtual event is available…
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SRG receives Facebook research award

Our proposal titled "Empirical game-theoretic analysis for web-enabled simulation" sent in response to the request launched by Facebook Research for proposals on agent-based user interaction simulation to find and fix integrity and privacy issues…
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Yongzhao Wang passes prelim

Yongzhao Wang passed the CSE prelim exam, based on his directed study project: Evaluating Strategy Exploration in Empirical Game-Theoretic Analysis. Congratulations, Yongzhao.
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interview with Grainstone Lee

I spoke with Simon Grainger recently for his firm's "Views from Academia" series. The interview is based on presentations I've made recently on "Game Playing meets Game Theory", discussing the connection between game-theoretic reasoning and…

Special Issue of AIj published

Special Issue on Autonomous Agents Modelling Other Agents Edited by Stefano V. Albrecht, Peter Stone, and Michael P. Wellman. Guest editorial available here.
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Zun Li Passes Prelim

Zun Li passed the CSE prelim exam, based on his directed study project: Structure learning for approximate solution of many-player games. Congratulations, Zun.