Christopher Archibald

Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Mississippi State University
Butler Hall
Box 9637
Mississippi State University, MS 39762

email: archibald AT
Curriculum Vitae
Research Statement
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About Me

I am currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Mississippi State University.

I got my PhD from Stanford University in 2011, working with Professor Yoav Shoham. My PhD research involved designing software agents to compete in computational pool and exploring aspects of agent interaction that are especially apparent in pool. I was the lead AI programmer for CueCard, the agent that won the 2008 Computer Olympiad computational pool tournament in Beijing, China.

From 2011-2013 I was a Postdoctoral Fellow working with Professor Michael Bowling at the University of Alberta. I worked with the Computer Poker Research group.

As an undergraduate in Computer Engineering at BYU, I was involved with the design of a vision-guided robot.

Magazine Articles
Conference Publications
Refereed Workshop Papers
MSU Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Mississippi State University
Computer Poker Research Group
Dr. Michael Bowling
Alberta Computing Science
University of Alberta
Multiagent Research Group
Stanford Computational Billiards
Dr. Yoav Shoham
Stanford Computer Science
Stanford University
Y-Clops our vision guided autonomous robot
BYU Electrical and Computer Engineering
Brigham Young University

Last updated March 19, 2015