I am a professor of computer science at the University of Luxembourg, affiliated with the Computer Science and Communication Lab.
Intelligent systems (like humans) are characterized not only by their individual reasoning capacity, but also by their social interaction potential. I am interested in developing and investigating comprehensive formal models, as well as computational realizations, of individual and collective reasoning and rationality.
My research interests include deontic logic, logic in security, compliance, agreement technologies and most recently cognitive robotics.
In the context of my sabbatical, I recently gave an online lecture on deontic logic for AI.
In 2022, I gave another online lecture on deontic explanations.
I teach the following courses:
Introduction to intelligent systems: agents and reasoning,
agents 1: knowledge representation,
agents 2: multiagent systems,
selected topics in AI (MiCS),
discrete mathematics 2,
methods in science,
introduction to intelligent and adaptive systems (BINFO).
For my sabbatical, I was invited professor / visiting scholar at the Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI) of Stanford University from January 2013 until July 2013.