Julian Bishop
Formerly affiliated Ph.D. Student
I am a fifth year PhD student in Computer Science at The University of Texas at Austin. During the Spring 2010 semester I taught CS105 Programming In Ruby. In the Fall 2010 Semester I am teaching CS105 Programming in Python. I did my undergraduate degree in Engineering (M.Eng.) at The University of Durham, England (I'm English), and a Master's in Artificial Intelligence at The University of Georgia (M.S.). Between degrees I worked as a software developer in London for five years. My current research focuses on applying Evolutionary Algorithms for feature discovery in Reinforcement Learning. Other academic interests include A.I., Machine Learning, Artificial Life, Simulation and Mobile Robots.
Evolutionary Feature Evaluation for Online Reinforcement Learning 2013
Julian Bishop and Risto Miikkulainen, In Proceedings of 2013 IEEE Conference on Computational Intelligence and Games (CIG2013), pp. 267-275 2013.
Formerly affiliated with Neural Networks