I am a PhD candidate at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis, supervised by the amazing William Yeoh.
My current research is anchored in the realm of human-aware AI, with a pointed focus on using logic-based techniques to augment the explainability of systems involved in sequential decision-making. My overarching goal is to engineer AI agents that can engage and cooperate with humans in a manner that is as intuitive and natural as human-to-human interaction.
Within a preceding historical epoch, I received a MSc. in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Southampton (UK), supervised by Long Tran-Thanh, a MSc. in Applied Mathematics from the University of Glasgow (UK), supervised by Radostin Simitev, and finally a BSc. in Statistics and Actuarial-Financial Mathematics from the University of the Aegean (GR), supervised by Nikolaos Kavallaris.
- PLEASE: Generating Personalized Explanations in Human-Aware PlanningIn European Conference on Artificial Intelligence 2023
- A Logic-based Explanation Generation Framework for Classical and Hybrid Planning ProblemsJournal of Artificial Intelligence Research 2022
- On Exploiting Hitting Sets For Model ReconciliationIn Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence 2021