Chris Marriott, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Researcher, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico - 2011
Postdoctoral research in self-organizing systems.
- Polyethism and heterogeneity in artificial and natural colonies
- Crowd dynamics in public transportation systems
- Golem: Autonomous Robot
- TCSS 342 - Data Structures
- TCSS 343 - Algorithms
- TCSS 435 - Artificial intelligence
- TCSS 491 - Computational Worlds
This year I have been an active member of the CSS curriculum committee, faculty meetings and subcommittees (CSS curriculum evaluation, workload).
I led five computer programming teams to the 201516 ACM International Collegiate Programming Competition regional qualifiers.
I served on the program committee of two conferences this year: IEEE GEM and ALIFE.
I am the chair of the International Society of Artificial Life’s education subcommittee.
|Publication Date||Bibliographic Citation|
Polyethism in a colony of artificial ants. (with Carlos Gershenson) ECAL’11 European Conference on Artificial Life, 2011.
Imitation as a mechanism of cultural transmission. (with James Parker and Jörg Denzinger) Artificial Life, 16(1): 2137, 2010.
Quantum ArthurMerlin Games. (with John Watrous) Computational Complexity, 14(2), 122152, 2005.
Quantum ArthurMerlin Games (preliminary version with John Watrous) CCC’04 Conference on Computational Complexity: 275285, 2004.