Dr Mark Bartlett
|Biography||Dr Mark Bartlett is a lecturer at Robert Gordon University in the School of Computing Science and Digital Media. He works within the School's Computational Intelligence Research Group.
He studied as an undergraduate in the Department of Computer Science at the University of York and subsequently gained his PhD from the same department in 2006. Since gaining his PhD, he has worked as a researcher and an academic in multiple different areas within the field of Artificial Intelligence, including in various different types of Machine Learning.
His work has appeared in many of the top journals and conferences within the field of Artificial Intelligence such as Artificial Intelligence, Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (JAIR) and the International .Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI).
His research interests are particularly focused on solving problems involving uncertainty; either in providing estimates of certainty in machine learning applications, or in robust decision-making in situations in which not all information is known.
|Research Interests||Planning under Uncertainty
Reasoning about Uncertainty
Optimisation and Planning
Probabilistic Graphical Models
Monte Carlo Tree Search
|Teaching and Learning||School Research Seminar Organiser
Member of School Research Committee
CM2706 - Advanced Software Development and Design
CM4106 - Languages and Compilers
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