MatchU.ai is born!

MatchU.ai blends education and research by offering an interactive platform to find how to form mutually beneficial relationships, decide how to distribute resources, or resolve conflicts about a set of alternatives through a suite of algorithms rooted in economics, computer science, and artificial intelligence.

News

  • April 2021
    Three papers accepted in IJCAI-21
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    Three full papers (two of which with undergraduate students) accepted to IJCAI-21 and will be presented at the conference in August.

  • April 2021
    Co-chairing a tutorial session on Mechanism Design without Money: Matching, Facility Locations, and Beyond at IJCAI-2021

    The tutorial discusses various mechanism design settings (such as matching and facility locations), their desired properties and solution concepts, and algorithmic tools/mechanisms.
    See more details here.

  • Feb. 2021
    Co-chairing the 3rd Games, Agents and Incentives Workshop at AAMAS-2021

    Consider submitting your papers to the 3rd Games, Agents and Incentives Workshop (GAIW) @AAMAS 2021.
    See more details here.

  • Jan. 2021
    Invited Speaker at Applied Mechanism Design at IJCAI-21

    Invited to speak about my work on fair division along with a set of wonderful researcher on mechanism design. See more details here. Watch the video here.

  • Dec. 2020
    3 papers accepted to AAAI-21
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    2 full papers and 1 short abstract to be presented in AAAI-21!

  • Dec. 2020
    Congratulatiosn to Fatima!

    My research assistant, Fatima Umar, received a prestigous Outstanding Undergraduate Scholar Award at RIT.

  • Aug. 2020
    New Position at Penn State University
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    I am thrilled to announce that I will be joining Penn State University as an Assistant Professor of Artificial Intelligence in Fall 2020.

    I am deeply grateful to my colleagues, collaborators, and mentors at RIT for wonderful three years.

  • Apr. 2020
    1 full paper accepted in IJCAI-20 (acceptance rate ~12%)
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    1 full paper to be presented in IJCAI-PRICAI-20!

  • 2020
    Nominated for Outstanding Teaching Award (x2)

    Rochester Institute of Technology

  • Jan. 2020
    WXXI Radio Interview: Can AI help us become more fair as a society?
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    Connections: Can AI help us become more fair as a society?
    Listen to my interview: WXXI Radio Link.

  • Dec. 2019
    Andrew Searns received Honorable Mention, CRA Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award!

    Congratulations to Andrew Searns, my undergraduate student at RIT working on fairness in resource allocation, who has received an Honorable Mention for the CRA Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award!

  • Nov. 2019
    3 papers accepted in AAAI-20
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    1 full paper, 1 demo paper, and 1 short abstract to be presented in AAAI-20!

  • Nov. 2019
    WXXI Radio Interview: Will artificial intelligence enhance or replace human activity?
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    Connections: Will artificial intelligence enhance or replace human activity?
    Listen to my interview: WXXI Radio Link.

  • 2019
    NSF CRII Award
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    I was awareded Research Initiation Initiative (CRII) to work on fair division problems in dynamic environments.

  • 2019
    NSF IUSE Award
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    Title: Using Program Dependence Graphs to Propagate Feedback to Students on Programming Assignments and Promote Responsive Teaching.
    With Carlos Rivero and Zack Butler

  • 2019
    Two AAMAS Papers

    Two papers accepted at AAMAS: one full paper and one short paper.

    International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS)

    More information: AAMAS Conference

  • 2018
    Best Program Committee (PC) Member
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    International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS)

    More information: AAMAS Awards

  • 2018
    Nominated for Outstanding Teaching Award

    Rochester Institute of Technology