Associate Professor, Computer Science
Personal site: www.planrec.org/geib
PhD, Department of Computer and Information Science, University of Pennsylvania
MSE, Department of Computer and Information Science, University of Pennsylvania
BS, Department of Computer Science (Cum Laude, Departmental Honors, Member Upsilon Phi Epsilon), Union College
Decision making and reasoning under conditions of uncertainty, planning, scheduling, constraint-based reasoning, human-computer and robot interaction, probabilistic reasoning, network security, process control, user interfaces
Dr. Geib's research focuses broadly on decision making and reasoning about actions under conditions of uncertainty. He has worked in planning, scheduling, constraint based reasoning, human computer and robot interaction and probabilistic reasoning. His recent research focus has been on probabilistic intent recognition through weighted model counting and planning based on grammatical formalisms. This has been applied to computer network security, assistive systems and human robot interaction.