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Laura Greige

I'm a PhD student in Computer Science at Boston University working under the supervision of Prof. Peter Chin. I hold a Bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science and a Master's degree in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Pierre and Marie Curie (UPMC Sorbonne University — Paris VI). My primary research interest lies in the area of artificial intelligence, more specifically, in the study of strategic decision making in machines using computational tools such as reinforcement learning and game theory. My CV is available here.

Research Projects

Reinforcement Learning in FlipIt
Current Work
Boston University, Boston, MA
Collusion Detection in Team-Based Multiplayer Games
Current Work
Boston University, Boston, MA

Internship Experience

AI Scientist Intern
May – August 2020
Electronic Arts, Redwood City, CA

Teaching Experience

CS591 : Computational Game Theory
Course description : This course aims to introduce the key concepts of game theory for a computer science audience, emphasising both the applicability of game theoretic concepts in a computational setting, and the role of computation in game theoretic problems.
CS112 : Introduction to CS II
Course description : The second course for computer science majors and anyone seeking a rigorous introduction. Covers advanced programming techniques and data structures using the Java language. Topics include searching and sorting, recursion, algorithm analysis, linked lists, stacks, queues, trees, and hash tables.
CS111 : Introduction to CS I
Course description : The first course for computer science majors and anyone seeking a rigorous introduction. Develops computational problem-solving skills by programming in the Python language, and exposes students to a variety of other topics from computer science and its applications.