PhD student position in Artificial Intelligence (computational models of strategic behaviour), Warwick (England)
We are seeking expressions of interest from candidates interested in pursuing a PhD at the University of Warwick in the topic of Artificial Intelligence, with particular emphasis on computational models of strategic behaviour in multi-agent interaction.
Warwick has one of the leading Computer Science departments in the UK (ranked 2nd of 89 computing departments in the 2014 UK research evaluation exercise) and is highly regarded for its research culture, informal environment, high-quality undergraduates and its teaching.
The research will be in mathematical modelling and analysis of strategic behaviour for distributed Artificial Intelligence. Desirable research directions include, but are not limited to, strategic reasoning in complex games, protocols for collective decision-making, mechanism design for electronic commerce.
The research will be supervised by Dr Paolo Turrini. More details of his research can be found at: http://www.dcs.warwick.ac.uk/~pturrini/. Details of indicative bursaries covering stipend and fees can be found at: http://www.rcuk.ac.uk/skills/training/.
For more detail please contact p.turrini at warwick.ac.uk, enclosing with your enquiry a CV and a short description of your relevant background.