Zaheen Farraz Ahmad
University of Alberta
I am currently a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Computing Science at the
University of Alberta. I am working in the Computer Curling
Research Group under the co-supervision of Michael Bowling
and Levi Lelis. I previously completed
my Master's at
the University of Alberta under the supervision of Robert Holte. I received my
Bachelor's of Sciences and Engineering at the Islamic University of Technology
in Dhaka, Bangladesh. My interests in research mainly reside in areas of
Artificial Intelligence including Machine Learning and Search.
- Sep 28, 2021: Our work "Monte Carlo Tree Search With Iteratively Refining State Abstractions"
has been accepted at NeurIPS 2021!
- Apr 9, 2020: I gave a talk at the Amii AI Seminar on our NeurIPS 2020 publication.
- Dec 1, 2020: Our workshop paper "Measuring the Solution Strength of
Learning Agents in Adversarial Perfect Information Games" has been accepted
at AAAI-RLG 2021!
- Sep 25, 2020: Our work
"Marginal Utility for Planning in Continuous and Large Discrete Action Spaces"
has been accepted at NeurIPS 2020!