December 2, 2005: “Learning Agents for Emergency Response Planning: Training and Decision-Making Assistance” by Gheorghe Tecuci, Mihai Boicu, Dorin Marcu, Marcel Barbulescu, Cristina Boicu, Vu Le, Thomas Hajduk, was presented at the Symposium on Information Technology for Emergency Preparedness and Response, organized by the Department of Information and Software Engineering, George Mason University.
November 2005: Gheorghe Tecuci (cochair) and Mihai Boicu (PC member) co-organized the AAAI 2005 Fall Symposium on Mixed-Initiative Problem-Solving Assistants, Arlington, Virginia, November 4-6, 2005. (See also the AAAI 2005 Fall Symposia website)
July 2005: Mihai Boicu demonstrated Disciple-LTA at AAAI-2005, The Twentieth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence, AAAI-05, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, July 9-13 2005.
Spring 2005: Cristina Boicu has received the Outstanding Graduate Student Award in Information Technology.
Spring 2005: Disciple-LTA used in the Term III “Military Applications of Artificial Intelligence: Intelligence Analysis”
Spring 2005: Disciple-COG used in the Term III “Case Studies in Center of Gravity Analysis” course at the US Army War College.
March 2, 2005: Gheorghe Tecuci presented “An Approach to Staffbots Development and Maintenance by Subject Matter Experts” at the DARPA Workshop on Virtual Intelligent Agents (Staffbots), Arlington, Virginia.
Winter 2005: Disciple-COG used in the Term II “Case Studies in Center of Gravity Analysis” course at the US Army War College.
Spring 2004: Disciple-COG used in the Term III
“Case Studies in Center of Gravity Analysis” course at the US Army
May 4, 2004:
Winter 2004: The new JAVA version of Disciple-COG was used in the Term II “Case Studies in Center of Gravity Analysis” course at the US Army War College.
March 20, 2004: Gheorghe Tecuci presented "Disciple Reasoning and Learning Agents" at the Symposium on Reasoning and Learning in Cognitive Systems, Stanford, CA, May 20 - 21, 2004.
Marcel Barbulescu, Cristina Boicu, Mihai Boicu, Dorin Marcu and Bogdan Stanescu were awarded Certificates of Appreciation by the Commandant of the US Army War College.
May 29, 2003: "Disciple - Center of Gravity: Experiments with Learning Agents Technology," After Action Review attended by senior leaders from the US Army War College, DARPA, AFRL, PEOSTRI, and other organizations.
Successful parallel KB development and integration experiment at the US Army War College, Spring 2003.
“For exceptional contribution
to the United
during the academic year 2000-2001. Your work on the Disciple-COG
research project was
instrumental to the development of learning agents
for center of gravity
determination. Your excellent technical work was a
significant contribution to agent development, and your tireless support
to the Artificial Intelligence course was key to the smooth integration
of that agent technology into the