Christian Muise is currently an Assistant Professor at Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada. He completed his PhD under the supervision of Professors Sheila McIlraith and J. Christopher Beck in the area of Automated Planning, with the Knowledge Representation and Reasoning Group at the University of Toronto. Following their PhD, Christian was a postdoc for two years with the University of Melbourne’s Agentlab studying techniques for multi-agent planning with a project on human-agent collaboration, and then subsequently a Research Fellow with the MERS group at MIT’s CSAIL. Just prior to joining Queen’s, Christian was a Research Staff Member for two years at the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab.
- Natural language processing
- Representation learning
- Time-series forecasting and modelling
- 2022 ICAPS Influential Paper (10-yr Test of Time) Award
- 2022 1st Place in the CVPR ALFRED Embodied AI Challenge
- 2020 IBM Faculty Award