Dmytro Tykhonov is a PhD researcher at Man-Machine Interaction Group, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands. He works on design and implementation of negotiation support systems with a focus on the opponent modelling. His research interests include multi-agent simulations of social phenomena such as trust and deception in trade environments. He is interested in the field of practical software engineering as well.
Delft University of Technology,
Faculty of EEMCS,
Catholijn Jonker (1967) is full professor of Man-Machine Interaction at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science of the Delft University of Technology. She studied computer science, and did her PhD studies at Utrecht University. After a post-doc position in Bern, Switzerland, she became assistant (later associate) professor at the Department of Artificial Intelligence of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. From september 2004 until september 2006 she was a full professor of Artificial Intelligence / Cognitive Science at the Nijmegen Institute of Cognition and Information of the Radboud University Nijmegen. She chaired De Jong Akademie (Young Academy) of the KNAW (The Royal Netherlands Society of Arts and Sciences) in 2005 and 2006, and she is a member of the same organisation from 2005 through 2010. Her recent publications address cognitive processes and concepts such as trust, negotiation, and the dynamics of individual agents and organisations. In Delft she works with an interdisciplinary team to engineer human experience through multi-modal interaction between natural and artificial actors in a social dynamic context.
Delft University of Technology
Faculty of EEMCS
2628 CD Delft, The Netherlands
Sebastiaan Meijer is a PhD researcher at Wageningen University. He works on gaming simulations to study the effect of social relations on governance structures in chains and networks. Sebastiaan is inspired by his work as a business owner of a live-sound reinforcement company, facilitating well-known artists at theatres and festivals.
Tim Verwaart is head of the Information Systems department of LEI, the economics research institute of Wageningen UR in the Netherlands. The department develops software systems and maintains data bases for scientific data collection and modeling in economics research. Tim's research interests are in the fields of intelligent data systems and multi-agent systems, currently focused on modeling the dynamics of trust and deceit in international trade networks, and the influence of national cultures and cultural differences on the development of trust-based trade relations.
Burg. Patijnlaan 19
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