Log In Sign Up. Curriculum Vitae. Sarit Kraus. Education : Ph. Daniel Lehmann. Its members that are elected following peer review by the nominations committee are scientists and scholars who collectively aim to promote learning, education and research. Founded in , with over members which includes leading experts from the physical sciences and technology, biological sciences and medicine, mathematics, the letters and humanities, social and cognitive sciences, economics and the law.
Sarit Kraus for her expertise in the field of artificial intelligence, her significant contribution to the field of autonomous agents and for her studies in the field of multiagent systems About the award: The EMET Prize is an annual prize given for excellence in academic and professional achievements that have far reaching influence and significant contributions to society. It honors only a very small percentage of the total membership of all ECCAI member societies up to a maximum of 3. Prof Kraus is well known for her work on formal models of multi-agent systems.
In particular, she pioneered the development of techniques for computational negotiation, automated coalition formation, cooperative search, and the logical formalization of cooperation and multi-agent shared plans. She has also made significant and lasting contributions to the wider field of AI, in areas such as search and non-monotonic reasoning.
In addition to her substantial research contributions, Prof Kraus has served the autonomous agents research community in many ways. Grosz and S. About the award: The International Foundation for Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems has established an influential paper award to recognize publications that have made seminal contributions to the field.
Such papers should represent the best and most influential work in the field. The award is open to any paper that was published at least 10 years before the relevant AAMAS takes place. She is also a regular visitor and contributor to research at the Institute for Advanced Computer Studies at the University of Maryland. As part of her doctoral research, she wrote a program that plays the game "Diplomacy".
This led her to investigate the application of game theory and non-classical logics to automated negotiations. She has also made contributions to both theoretical and practical aspects of nonmonotonic reasoning. Tambe, Prof. Gal A. AAMAS Designing Incentives for Boolean Games. Adany, S. Kraus and Fernando Ordonez.
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Dunne, W. Kraus and M. Cooperative Boolean Games. Meshulam, S. Reches, A. Yarden, S. Azoulay-Schwartz and S. Shehory, S. Kraus and O. Goal Satisfaction in large scale agent-systems: A transportation example. ECAI Xin Jiang, Z. Landau Mifal Hapayis prize for students, Stochastic and Heuristic methods for the dynamic assignment parking problem, Ministry of Science with U.
Yechiali and O. Kremien , , , IS. Dynamic models of culture and negotiation. Postdoctorate Advisor: 1. Hagit Hel-Or, Eitan Ephrati, Shlomo Argamon, , 4.
Claudia Goldman, Ahuva Mualem, — Raz Lin, Zinovi Rabinovich, Noam Hazon, Former Students: PhD Students : 1. Yosi Shiftan , February Onn Shehory, Multi-agent Cooperation, June Ariel Felner, Improving known search techniques and using them in dynamic environments, September Efrat Manisterski, Protocols and strategies for agents teamwork, June Roni Katz, Efficient automated negotiators using generic and demographic opponent modeling, June Michal Chalamish, Automated agents for mediated negotiations and simulation, February Noam Hazon, Social interaction under uncertainty in multi agent systems joint with Yonatan Aumann , Noam Peled, Modeling argumentation strategies in humans and computer agents with Kobi Gal.
Master Students : Martin Golumbic , October, Ayelet Globerman, A modal active-logic with focus of attention for reasoning in time, January, Osher Yadgar, A physics-oriented approach for distribution of delivery tasks in large scale automated-agent systems, September, Haim Fayerstein, Strategies and methods of learning to improve performance in auctions, August, Aspir Freitsis, Negotiations in the pollution sharing problem, August, Lea Tsaban, Automated intelligent content selection tools for electronic newspapers, December Evyatar Sharabi, Distributed algorithms for large-scale agent systems, November Shavit Talman, Multi-personality agents in multi-agent environment, October Ortal Bitton, Automated negotiators using generic learning model in multi-agents environments, December Current Students: PhD Students : 1.
Ariel Rosenfeld. Moshe Bittan. Master Students : 1. Efrat Sless with Noa Agmon. Or Kadrawi 5. Avraham Shwartzman 6. Bastian Blankenburg, Saarland University, Scientific Activities : Patents: 1. Voting by peers with limited resources US B2, Kaminka, and Claudia V. US B2, Inventors: Victor Shafran, Gal A. Kaminka, Sarit Kraus, and Claudia V. Goldman- Shenhar. Agent security via approximate solvers US B2, US Provisional Application No. Associate editor of Artificial Intelligence, KR, Bonn, Germany. Agents, Montreal, Canada, May, CIA, Italy, September, RoboCup , Turkey, June CIA, Helsinki, August, ECAI , Italy, CIA, The Netherlands ECAI Portugal, ECAI, France, AAAI, Toronto, KR Books : 1.
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Eiter, S. Kraus, F. Ozcan and R. Dignum, V. Dignum, S. Koenig, S. Kraus, M. Singh and M. Wooldridge editors. Paruchuri, J.
Pearce, J. Marecki, M. Tambe, F. Ordonez and S. Fatima S. Journal Articles: 6.
Kraus and D. Kraus, D. Lehmann and M. Etherington, S. Also appeared in K. Ford and P. Baral, S. Kraus and J.
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