Johan Bjorck is a PhD student in the Department of Computer Science at Cornell University. He received his bachelor’s degree in engineering physics from Chalmers University of Technology.
Ronan Le Bras is a research scientist at the Allen Institute
for Artificial Intelligence (AI2). His research interests include
computational methods for large-scale combinatorial optimization, reasoning, machine learning, and human computation.
Brendan Rappazzo is a research assistant at the Institute for
Computational Sustainability, in the Department of Computer Science at Cornell University. He received his BS in
bioengineering and biomedical engineering from University of Maryland, College Park.
Richard Bernstein is a research programmer/analyst at the
Institute for Computational Sustainability, in the Department of Computer Science at Cornell University, and the
project coordinator and IT manager for the Computational
Sustainability Network (CompSustNet).
Santosh K. Suram is a research scientist IV at Toyota
Research Institute and a member of the Computational Sustainability Network. Suram’s expertise is in combining
materials informatics and high-throughput experimentation for accelerated materials discovery, specifically for energy materials. Suram strongly believes that AI will play a pivotal role in accelerating materials discovery.
R. Bruce van Dover is the Walter S. Carpenter, Jr., professor
of engineering and director of the Department of Materials
Science and Engineering at Cornell University, a senior
member of the IEEE, and a fellow of the American Physical
Society. His research currently focuses on the synthesis and
characterization of thin films, and on developing and using
high-throughput techniques for the discovery of ionic conductors, fuel cell catalysts, and other energy-related materials.
John Gregoire leads the High Throughput Experimentation
group at the California Institute of Technology. He is also
the thrust coordinator for photoelectrocatalysis in the Joint
Center for Artificial Photosynthesis and an associate director in the Computational Sustainability Network. Gregoire
is an expert in the discovery of energy-related materials and
a strong advocate for further adoption of AI in materials
Carla P. Gomes is a professor of computer science at Cornell
University and the director of the Cornell Institute for Computational Sustainability. Gomes is the lead PI of an NSF
Expeditions in Computing, establishing and nurturing the
new field of computational sustainability. She is a fellow of
AAAI, AAAS, and ACM.
Join us in Delft, the Netherlands
for the 28th International Conference
on Automated Planning and Scheduling
June 24 – 29, 2018