Gregory Gelfond

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

Research interests

Logic programming, knowledge representation and reasoning, commonsense reasoning, multi-agent systems, applications of answer-set programming, query answering systems, natural language processing