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Brandon Rozek

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PhD Student @ RPI studying Automated Reasoning in AI and Linux Enthusiast.

We hold the NY Capital Region Logic Reading Group Wednesdays at the Rensselaer AI & Reasoning lab. I aim to give one presentation a month. We have a website listing the upcoming talk and past talks given: https://rairlab.github.io/logic-group/

Talks Given

I presented the following:

01/31/2024: An original talk titled “Planning under Qualitative Uncertainty - Initial Thoughts”

01/24/2024: An original talk titled “Spectra: STRIPS-Inspired AI Planner based on Automated Reasoning”

10/25/2023: An original talk titled “Introduction to Goal Recognition as Planning”

10/18/2023: Workshop along with James Oswald titled “RAIR Lab Software Overview”

10/4/2023: An original talk on “Syntactic AC Unification”

03/22/2023: Original Tutorial on “Automated Theorem Proving with TPTP”

02/08/2023: Original Tutorial on “Interactive Theorem Proving with Lean Part 2”

02/01/2023: Original Tutorial on “Interactive Theorem Proving with Lean Part 1”

05/11/2022: The Power of Waiting in Social Laws by Alexander Tuisov, Alexander Shleyfman, and Erez Karpas.

06/01/2022: AI Planning Annotation for Sample Efficient Reinforcement Learning by Junkyu Lee, Michael katz, Don Joven Agravante, Miao Liu, Geraud Nangue Tasse, Tim Linger, Shirin Sohrabi.

06/28/2022: Landmark-based heuristic online contingent planning by Shlomi Maliah, Guy Shani, and Ronen L. Brafman.

08/03/2022: Coming Up with Good Excuses: What To Do When No Plan Can be Found by Moritz Gobelbecker, Thomas Keller, Patrick Eyerich, Michael Brenner, and Bernhard Nebel.

09/14/2022: Planning Modulo Theories: Extending the Planning Paradigm by Peter Gregory, Derek Long, Maria Fox, and J. Christopher Beck.

10/19/2022: Evaluation of the Moral Permissibility of Action Plans by Felix Lindner, Robert Mattmuller, and Bernhard Nebel.