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computer scientist

Daniel Polani, Italian computer scientist. Achievements include development of software for multiagent simulation, multiagent system analysis, models of sensor evolution, reinforcement learning by neuro-evolution.

Background

Polani, Daniel was born on February 17, 1965 in Milan.

Education

Physics diploma, University Mainz (Germany), 1991. Doctor in Natural Sciences, University Mainz (Germany), 1996.

Career

Research assistant Institute Computer Science University Mainz, 1991-1996, research and teaching fellow Institute Computer Science, 1996-2000. Researcher and lecturer Institute Neuro- and Bioinformatics, Lübeck, Germany, 2000—2002. Principal lecturer University Hertfordshire, England, since 2002.

Member program committee GECCO, 1999—2000. Chair RoboChip Simulation League, 2002, RoboChip Symposium, 2003.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of software for multiagent simulation, multiagent system analysis, models of sensor evolution, reinforcement learning by neuro-evolution.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles, reviews to professional journals.

Membership

Member German Foundation Gifted Students. Member German Physics Society, German Society Computer Science, International Society Genetic and Evolutionary Algorithms, RoboCup Federation (team leader Mainz/Lübeck since 1998, executive committee since 2000, Scientific Challenge award 2000), Association Lisp Users (board directors since 2002).