I am an assistant professor at Delft University of Technology and a member of the Interactive Intelligence Group at TU Delft, led by Prof. Dr. Catholijn Jonker. I completed my habilitation (Dr. rer. nat. habil.) in Computer Science in January 2015 and received my PhD (Dr. rer. nat.) in October 2010, both at Clausthal University of Technology, under supervision of Prof. Dr. Jürgen Dix. My PhD thesis was awarded the international E.W. Beth dissertation prize for an outstanding contribution in the fields of logic, language, and information.
My general research interests are centered around:
- artificial intelligence
- formal methods and verification
- autonomous intelligent systems
- resource bounded systems
- game theory
In particular, my research is driven by practical problems with the general aim to foster the development of smart systems and software. The way in which computer systems are used has changed radically in the last decades: computing is ubiquitous, user-centric, and highly interactive. Smart systems are increasingly becoming part of our daily life, on a small scale (e.g. smart homes) as well as on a large scale (e.g. self-driving cars, smart grids and smart industry/ Industrie 4.0). Thus, there is an increasing need for development, maintainance, and anlysis tools to develop such systems in a reliable way.
In the last years I have given lectures related to theoretical foundations of computer science, artificial intelligence, agent and logic programming, game theory and mechanism design, multi-agent systems and verification of systems at a national as well as international level.
I regularly serve on program committees of the main conferences and workshops in the area of multi-agent systems and artificial intelligence. I am steering committee member of LAMAS (Logical Aspects of Multi-Agent Systems) and am involved in the organization of international events. I was PC co-chair and co-organizer of two international workshops (CLIMA XV and LAMAS 2014) and a Dagstuhl seminar (2014). Also, I was the PC chair of the 12th European Conference on Multi-Agent Systems (EUMAS 2014). I am the Chair of the doctoral consortium of the 13th German Conference on Multi-Agent System Technologies (MATES 2015). I regularly referee papers and articles for journals, workshops, and conferences, and have published more than 40 papers at international events. I also co-authored two book chapters on the specification and verification of multi-agent systems and on strategic reasoning in multi-player games.
I have been elected as a member of the board of directors of the European Association for Multi-Agent Systems (EURAMAS) and appointed the officer of the European Agent Systems Summerschools.
I am PC member of the 25th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence IJCAI 2016.
I am co-chair and co-organizer of the 9th Workshop on Logical Aspects of Multi-Agent Systems (LAMAS 2016) which will be co-located with AAMAS 2016.
Senior program committee member of AAMAS 2016.
I received the best program committee member award of the 18th International Conference on Principles and Practice of Multi-Agent Systems.
I am the Chair of the Doctoral Mentoring Program of MATES 2015.
Invited researcher and presenter on Game Theory in Toulouse.
Tutorial at EASSS 2015 on multi-agent decision making..
One paper accepted at IJCAI 2015.
Two papers accepted at AAMAS 2015 (one full, one extended abstract).
I am now an assistant professor at TU Delft in the Interactive Intelligence Group
I completed my habilitation in Computer Science completed.
Please do not hesitate to contact me in case of further questions:
Dr. rer. nat. habil. Nils Bulling
2628 CD Delft
phone: +31 (0) 15 278 63 31
E-Mail: n DOT lastname AT tudelft DOT nl