We use cookies to collect statistics

We start using cookies when you continue to another page. You can decline data collection by clicking here. We will use a cookie to remember your choice.

If you wish to avoid cookies altogether, you must disable cookies in your browser settings. However, rejecting all cookies will result in losing some of the functionalities of the website.

Read more about the IT University's use of cookies.

Skip to content

Last updated on 2010-12-08People

    People 

    Senior Faculty

              
    Dan Witzner Hansen

    Dan Witzner Hansen is an associate professor at the IT University of Copenhagen.
    Learn more about Dan


              
    Rune Møller Jensen

    Rune Møller Jensen is an associate professor at the IT University of Copenhagen.
    Learn more about Rune


              
    Rasmus Pagh

    Rasmus Pagh is an associate professor at the IT University of Copenhagen.
    Learn more about Rasmus



              
    Georgios Yannakakis
    Georgios Yannakakis is an associate professor at the IT University of Copenhagen.
    Learn more about Georgios


    Associated Faculty


    Yun-Gyung Cheong

    Yun-Gyung Cheong is a post doc at the IT University of Copenhagen.
    Learn more about Yun-Gyung 

     


    Jakob E. Bardram

    Jakob E. Bardram is a professor at the IT University of Copenhagen.
    Learn more about Jakob 


    Phillip Bonnet
    Phillip Bonnet
     is an associated professor at the IT University of Copenhagen.


    Richard Ling

    Richard Ling is a professor at the IT University of Copenhagen.


    Julian Togelius

    Julian Togelius is an assistant professor at the IT University of Copenhagen.

    PhD Students


         

    Paolo Burelli, CGR
    Paolo's research work focuses on automatic camera control in computer games, he also previously worked at University Of Udine in the HCI lab as a research fellow and at Eurotech S.p.A. as an embedded Linux developer.

     


     


         
    Andrea Campagna, EFC
    Obtained his MSc in computer science from the University of Rome, La Sapienza, in 2008. His work has been on randomized techniques for fundamental data mining problems. His PhD position is partly financed by the SPOPOS project.

     


     


         
    Alberto Delgado-Ortegon, SDG
    Alberto has an MS in Computer Science from the IT University of Copenhagen. His main area of research is constraint programming and heuristics applied to container vessel stowage planning. His industrial PhD is under the Constraint-Based Stowage Planning Research Project.

     


     


    Afsaneh Doryab, SDG 
    Afsaneh has an MS in Computer Science. Her main supervisor is Prof. Jakob Bardram. Her research concerns predicting human behavior in medical operation rooms.

     

     

     


         
    Corrado Grappiolo, CGR
    Corrado received a Research Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence with a major in Gaming at Universiteit van Amsterdam, Nederlands, in 2008. His main research will be focused on SIREN, an EU-funded project which aims to create an educational game for conflict resolution.

     

     

     


         
    Tobias Mahlmann, CGR
    Tobias gained a Diploma in computer science in 2006 at the TU Braunschweig, Germany. After that he worked several years in the software development industry and also had an external lectureship at the Braunschweig University of Arts. Tobias is doing research in the field of adaptive content generation and automated game design.

     

     

     


         
    Hector Perez Martinez, CGR
    Héctor Pérez Martínez received a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Valladolid (UVa) in 2007. He started his MSc in Computer Science at UVa and finished it at the IT University of Copenhagen in 2008 with a thesis on Affective Camera Control. This document investigates the effect of the virtual camera on players' psycho-physological state in the computer game Maze Ball and establishes the starting point for Martínez's research.

     


     


    Dario Pacino, SDG 
    Dario has an MS from the IT University of Copenhagen. His research focus is constraint based local search algorithms for container vessel stowage planning. The research is a collaboration between Mærsk, Ange Optimization, and the IT University of Copenhagen. His PhD scholarship is covered by the BAYSTOW Research Project.


     

     

     


         
    Noor Shaker, CGR
    Noor Shaker received a MSc degree in Artificial Intelligence from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KUL) in 2009. Her primary research interest lies in creating an on-line game adaptation mechanism that maximizes player's entertainment. She is interested in the construction of a computational model of player experience, derived from gameplay interaction, and the use of this model for game content generation.

     


     


    Kevin Tierney, SDG
    Kevin has an MS in Computer Science from Brown University. Kevin works om optimization tools for designing liner shipping service networks. His reseach is a part of ENERPLAN which is a collaboration between Mærsk, the Technical University of Copenhagen, and the IT University of Copenhagen. ENERPLAN is funded by The Danish Counsil for Strategic Research.

     

     

    Find this page Online

    http://ai.itu.dk/People