Sandip Sen

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Sandip Sen is a Professor of Computer Science in the University of Tulsa with primary research interests in multiagent systems, machine learning, and genetic algorithms.  He completed his PhD in the area of intelligent, distributed scheduling from the University of Michigan in December, 1993.  He has authored approximately 150 papers in workshops, conferences, and journals in several areas of artificial intelligence.  In 1997 he received the prestigious CAREER award given to outstanding young faculty by the National Science Foundation.  He has served on the program committees of most major national and international conferences in the field of intelligent agents including AAAI, IJCAI, ICMAS, AA, AAMAS, ICGA, etc.  He was the co-chair of the Program Committee of the 5th International Conference on Autonomous Agents held in Montreal Canada in 2001.  He regularly reviews papers for major AI journals and serves on the panels of the National Science Foundation for evaluating agent systems related projects.  He has chaired multiple workshops and symposia on agent learning and reasoning.  He has presented several tutorials on multiagent systems in association with the leading international conferences on autonomous agents and multiagent systems. 

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Banerjee, Dipyaman, Sen, Sandip (2007): Reaching Pareto Optimality in Prisoner\'s Dilemma Using Conditional Joint Action Learning. In Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, 15 (1) pp. 91-108.

Airiau, Stéphane, Sen, Sandip, Richard, Grégoire (2003): Strategic Bidding for Multiple Units in Simultaneous and Sequential Auctions. In: HICSS 2003 , 2003, . pp. 28.

Debnath, Sandip, Sen, Sandip, Blackstock, Brent (2000): LawBot: A Multiagent Assistant for Legal Research. In IEEE Internet Computing, 4 (6) pp. 32-37.

Sen, Sandip (1998): Evolution and Learning in Multiagent Systems. In International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 48 (1) pp. 1-7.

Haynes, Thomas, Sen, Sandip (1998): Learning Cases to Resolve Conflicts and Improve Group Behavior. In International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 48 (1) pp. 31-49.

Sen, Sandip, Arora, Neeraj, Roychowdhury, Shounak (1998): Using Limited Information to Enhance Group Stability. In International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 48 (1) pp. 69-82.

Sen, Sandip, Haynes, Thomas, Arora, Neeraj (1997): Satisfying User Preferences while Negotiating Meetings. In International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 47 (3) pp. 407-427.

Sen, Sandip, Durfee, Edmund H. (1991): A Formal Study of Distributed Meeting Scheduling: Preliminary Results. In: Jong, Peter de (eds.) Proceedings of the Conference on Organizational Computing Systems 1991 November 6-8, 1991, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. pp. 55-68.