After working for two years at eBay, Gregory Gelfond joined the Ph.D. program at ASU in fall semester 2009. Currently, he has been working with Prof. Chitta Baral on a declarative framework for representing and reasoning about multi-agent domains, as well the application of various reasoning techniques towards natural language processing. Gregory’s research focus is in the development of a declarative approach towards modeling multi-agent domains.
Computer Science Ph.D. Student
M.S., Computer Science,Texas Tech University 2007
B.S., Computer Science, Texas Tech University 2003
Logic programming, knowledge representation and reasoning, commonsense reasoning, multi-agent systems, applications of answer-set programming, query answering systems, natural language processing