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Prithviraj Dasgupta is the Union Pacific Endowed Professor
in the Computer Science Department at the University of
Nebraska, Omaha, and the director of the CMANTIC Robotics Lab at the university. His research interests are multiagent and multirobot systems, distributed AI, machine
learning, and game theory. He has published more than 150
papers in leading journals and conference proveedings and
has led several large federal research grants on these
topics. He received his PhD and MS in computer engineering from the University of California, Santa Barbara,
and his undergraduate degree in computer science and
engineering from Jadavpur University, India.
Joseph B. Collins is a Senior Research Physicist and the
Section Head of the Distributed Systems Section at the US
Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC. He has 29 years
of broad experience at the Naval Research Laboratory, including applications of pattern recognition techniques to
signals and transactional data and use of high-performance
computing. He has published a variety of papers and
technical reports. He is currently heading up a research
project called Adversarial Online Learning, researching the
application of game theory principles to machine learning in
an adversarial environment.
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