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After seven years of hard work perfecting the design of RoxyBot, Brown's entrant in the international Trading Agent Competition (TAC) Travel game, Assistant Professor Amy Greenwald, Ph.D. student Victor Naroditskiy, and undergraduate Seong Jae Lee were pleased to announce that RoxyBot snatched a first place victory from the jaws of Michigan's Walverine ...

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Amy Greenwald, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, has received a 2006 Sloan Research Fellowship for her work with “AI agents”—artificially intelligent, programmed decision-makers. Amy’s research in simultaneous and sequential auction environments combines the theoretical and practical, and draws from and contributes to a variety of disciplines including AI, decision theory, game theory, and economics. She ...

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Professor Amy Greenwald of this department has just received a prestigious PECASE (Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers) from the National Science Foundation. John H. Marburger III, Science Advisor to the President and Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy, presented the awards today at a White House ceremony in the ...

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We’re happy to announce that two CS Department members have received this year’s Richard B. Salomon Faculty Research Awards.

Prof. Amy Greenwald will work with Prof. Pedro Dal Bo of Economics on "The Power of Advice: Experimental Evidence on Correlated Equilibria”. Correlated equilibria generalize Nash equilibria by relaxing the assumption of independence to allow ...

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The National Science Foundation has awarded a five-year` CAREER grant to Amy Greenwald of this department. CAREER grants are, NSF says, their `most prestigious awards for new faculty members' to `recognize and support the early career-development activities of those teacher-scholars who are most likely to become the academic leaders of the 21st century. CAREER awardees ...

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Amy Greenwald's paper with Jeff Kephart, entitled `Shopbots and Pricebots' and published in `Agent-Mediated Electronic Commerce II', has been selected as one of the three best papers published by IBM researchers in 2000.

The IBM announcement summarizes the paper as follows: `Shopbots' are software agents that automatically gather and collate information from multiple online ...