Timothy J. Norman is Professor of Computer Science and Head of the Agents, Interaction and Complexity Group at the University of Southampton. He read Electronic and Electrical Engineering at University of Wales, Swansea, then graduated in 1997 with a Ph.D. in Computer Science from University College London in the area of AI planning and scheduling. After working as a postdoc at Queen Mary University of London, he moved to the University of Aberdeen in 1999 where he was promoted to Professor in 2009. He joined the Agents Interaction and Complexity Group at ECS Southampton in 2016.
Publication list is incomplete; for a more complete (harvested) list, please see my Google Scholar profile or my DBLP profile.
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (esp. Reinforcement Learning). Human-Machine Collaboration. Argumentation theory and dialogue systems.
Current PhD Students
I am currently responsible for the following modules:
- MIND6001 - Impact and Communication Strategies
- MIND6003 - Interdisciplinary Team Project
- MIND6004 - Feasibility Study
I contribute to the following modules:
- COMP6203 - Intelligent Agents
- Best Abstract Spotlight (2021)
- Blue Sky Ideas Award (Special Mention) at the 20th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS-2021) (2021)