Chongjie Zhang

Postdoctoral Associate
Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab
Office: 32-310

I am a postdoc at the Interactive Robotics Group (IRG) at MIT's CSAIL, working with Professor Julie A. Shah. My primary research goal is to develop innovative models and methods to enable effective multi-agent cooperation and human-agent collaboration, allowing a group of individuals to accomplish tasks of higher complexity. My research interests include multi-agent learning, reasoning under uncertainty, dynamic resource/task allocation, and stochastic modeling and optimization. Prior to joining IRG, I completed my PhD in Computer Science and then worked as a post-doc at University of Massachusetts Amherst, supervised by Professor Victor Lesser.

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