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Fei Fang is a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Research
on Computation and Society (CRCS) at Harvard University
and an adjunct assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon Uni-
versity. Her research lies in the field of artificial intelligence
and multiagent systems, focusing on computational game
theory with applications to security and sustainability
Thanh H. Nguyen is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Michigan. Her research is in the field of artificial
intelligence, multiagent systems, and machine learning,
focusing on game theory with connections to optimization,
behavioral modeling, and operations research.
Robert Pickles is a monitoring specialist and the head of
monitoring in the Tiger Program in Panthera. He is also a
postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Trent. He
gained his Ph.D. from the University of Kent and the Zoological Society of London in 2010.
Wai Y. Lam is the technical advisor to Rimba’s Project Hari-mau Selamanya, as well as a Tiger Program scholar with Panthera and a master of science student at Universiti Malaysia
Terengganu. Her work involves research on spatiotemporal
patterns of people and wildlife in protected areas for
antipoaching efforts, camera trap studies, and development
of conservation technology in database management.
Gopalasamy R. Clements is an associate professor at the
Kenyir Research Institute in Universiti Malaysia Terengganu.
He is also the cofounder of Rimba ( rimbaresearch.org), a
nonprofit research group conducting research on threatened species and ecosystems in Malaysia. His project, Hari-mau Selamanya, aims to improve protection of three large
carnivores in the state of Terengganu, Peninsular Malaysia.
Bo An is an assistant professor at the School of Computer
Science and Engineering of the Nanyang Technological University. His research interests include artificial intelligence,
multiagent systems, computational game theory, and optimization.
Amandeep Singh is a doctoral candidate at the OID Department at Wharton School of Business. His research interests
lie in the areas of digital advertising, crowdfunding, and
Brian C. Schwedock is an undergraduate student at the
University of Southern California studying computer engineering and computer science. His research with Teamcore
USC includes statistical analysis and security game models.
Milind Tambe is founding codirector of CAIS, the USC Center for AI for Society, and Helen N. and Emmett H. Jones
Professor in Engineering at the University of Southern California (USC). He is a fellow of AAAI and ACM, as well as
recipient of the ACM/SIGART Autonomous Agents Research
Andrew Lemieux is a researcher at the Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement. His main
areas of interest are the spatial and temporal distribution of
crime, the use of technology to improve law enforcement
operations, and the utility of wildlife crime analysis for data-driven antipoaching operations in Africa and Asia.