School of Computing
University of North Florida
1 UNF Drive
Bldg 15, Rm 3211
Jacksonville, FL 32224
02/2019: One paper accepted to AMAI.
01/2019: Three papers accepted to FLAIRS-32.
01/2019: Session chairing invitation for AAAI-19.
12/2018: Program Committee member invitation for IJCAI-19.
07/2018: Session chairing invitation for IJCAI-ECAI-18.
06/2018: Program Committee member invitation for AAAI-19.
05/2018: Our FoIKS-18 paper selected as a best paper for a special issue of Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence.
02/2018: One paper accepted to FoIKS-18, Budapest, Hungary.
01/2018: "Future of Preference Research" panelist at AAAI-MPREF-18.
11/2017: Two papers accepted to AAAI-MPREF-18, New Orleans, USA.
11/2017: Program Committee member invitation for IJCAI-ECAI-18.
08/2016: One paper accepted to GCAI-16, Berlin, Germany.
08/2016: Created and taught graduate course Preferences and Social Computing.
04/2016: Defended my doctoral dissertation.
Starting from August 2016, I am a tenure-track assistant professor in the School of Computing at the University of North Florida. Starting from May 2017, I am a visiting researcher at Xerox PARC working on optimization problems in the area of automated planing and scheduling. In May 2016, I earned my Ph.D. in computer science from University of Kentucky, under the supervision of Dr. Mirosław Truszczyński. In July 2010, I earned my B.Eng. in software engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology.
My Erdős number is 3.
My research mostly has been about solving problems on preferences and decision making using methods in artificial intelligence, computational social science, and machine learning.