The Distributed Artificial Intelligence (DAI) Group is carrying out theoretical and applied research in the domain of intelligent agents and multi-agent systems.
Theoretical work concerns problems of knowledge representation and reasoning related to different aspects of agents considered both as individual intelligent physical (robots), or software entities (e.g. argumentation and preference reasoning, automated decision making, planning), but also as communities of agents (e.g. automated negotiation, multi-agent planning, agent communication languages and dialogues, multi-agent learning, distributed decision making). The DAI group also carries out research in the domain of agent oriented software engineering.
The applied research work concerns several domains as for example ambient intelligence, artificial markets, medical diagnosis, smart cities, legal systems, etc.
Keywords: computational argumentation, automated negotiation, agent communication languages and dialogues, multi-agent planning, automated decision making, multi-agent learning, distributed decision making, agent architectures, agent oriented software engineering, game theory, boolean games, merging of knowledge bases, computer games, planning, cooperative path-finding, monte-carlo (tree) search, heuristic search, combinatorial search, reinforcement learning, multi-agent learning
The DAI group is part of LIPADE
, the computer science department of Paris Descartes University
, an internationally renowned multidisciplinary university founded in 1774, which belongs to the Sorbonne Paris Cité (USPC)
consortium of universities.
We are always looking for motivated students, who are enthusiastic about artificial intelligence, to work with us!