The AI group at ASU brings together a distinguished faculty with a broad range of interests spanning much of
Artificial Intelligence. The groups includes
fellows of the Association for Advancement of Artificial Intelligence. The group's work is well known and
well respected both within and outside the university.
In addition to doing core research in all aspects of AI, the group
members are also active in a variety of inter-disciplinary
ET-I3, an initiative on intelligent information integration and
Faculty and their research groups (listed in the chronological order
of joining ASU).
- Directly Affiliated with CSE AI group
- Nick Findler
(Emeritus) One of the pioneers in AI. Works in computer-based decision making,
Kambhampati (Fellow, AAAI) works in automated planning, constraint
satisfaction, machine learning. Has a strong second interest in
intelligent information integration.
- Chitta Baral (Chair, CSE)
Works in reasoning with actions, logical theories of commonsense
etc. Has a strong interest in applications of AI to
- Huan Liu Works in
datamining and machine learning.
- Hasan Davulcu
Works in semantic web, data mining and machine
learning. Has a strong interest in databases.
- Jieping Ye Works
in statistical machine learning and its applications to
- Joohyung Lee
Works in logical theories of reasoning with actions and
- Kurt VanLehn (Fellow,
Cognitive Science Society) is a
pioneer in intelligent tutoring systems.
Pon-Barry. Works in natural language processing and intelligent
- Other Faculty in CSE with AI-related interests
Hari Sundaram works in experiential multi-media systems
- Baoxin Li works in computer vision and pattern recognition
- ASU Faculty outside CSE with AI-related interests
Shortliffe (Fellow, AAAI)
is a professor of the Biomedical Informatics department of School of
Computing and Informatics.