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I’m joining College of William & Mary as an assistant professor of data science in this fall.
Bio: Haipeng Chen is a CRCS postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University,
working with Professor Milind Tambe.
Previously he did his first postdoc in the Department of Computer Science, Dartmouth College,
where he worked with Professor V.S. Subrahmanian.
He obtained his Ph.D. from Interdisciplinary Graduate School (IGS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU),
where he was advised by Professor Bo An.
He got the B.S. in Physics from University of Science and Technology of China (USTC).
His primary research interest lies in AI for social impact.
For AI techniques, he focuses on reinforcement learning, combinatorial optimization, and prediction.
For social domains, he is interested in public health, cybersecurity, and transportation,
particularly in problems with a network structure.
His research has been recognized with the best paper nomination at AAMAS-2021, Innovation Demonstration Award runner-up at IJCAI-2019,
Champion of the 2017 Microsoft Malmo Collaborative AI Challenge, and finalist of the Reinforcement Learning Competition track at KDD-2019.
He has published in premier AI/data science conferences such as AAAI, IJCAI, NeurIPS, AAMAS, UAI, KDD, ICDM, and journals (e.g., IEEE/ACM Transactions, Transportation Research).
He served as co-chair for workshops on the theme of AI and social impact, including
the ICLR-2021 workshop on Synthetic Data Generation: Quality, Privacy, Bias,
IJCAI-2021 workshop on AI for Social Good,
and Harvard CRCS workshop on Using AI for Social Good.
He regularly serves as a reviewer for premier AI conferences such as AAAI, IJCAI, AAMAS, NeurIPS, ICLR, and ICML.
As part of his research agenda, he has collaborated with non-profits such as
The Family Van,
Mobile Health Map,
Safe Place for Youth, and
His work has been covered by media such as
The Wall Street Journal,
- April, 2022 - Paper "Sequential Vaccine Allocation with Delayed Feedback" is accepted by IJCAI 2022.
- March, 2022 - Session proposal 'Reinforcement Learning for Decision Making in Networks and Combinatorial Spaces'
is accepted by the AI cluster at INFORMS 2022.
- December, 2021 - Giving a contributed talk at MLPH workshop @NeurIPS on
"Demand prediction of mobile clinics using public data".
- November, 2021 - Two papers, 'Using Public Data to Predict Demand for Mobile Health Clinics'
and 'Micronutrient Deficiency Prediction via Publicly Available Satellite Imagery' are accepted by IAAI 2022!
- November, 2021 - Paper 'M2P2: Multimodal Persuasion Prediction using Adaptive Fusion'
is accepted by IEEE Transactions on Multimedia.
- September, 2021 - Our paper "Learning MDPs from Features: Predict-Then-Optimize for Sequential Decision Problems by Reinforcement Learning"
is accepted by NeurIPS-21 as a spotlight!
- September, 2021 - Our paper "PCAM: Predictive Cyber Alert Management"
is accepted by ACM Transactions on Internet Technology.
- August, 2021 - I am co-organizing the
3rd Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Social Good@IJCAI2021.
- May, 2021 - I am co-organizing the Synthetic Data Generation: Quality, Privacy, Bias workshop @ICLR2021.
- May, 2021 - Two papers are accepted by UAI-21.
- May, 2021 - Our paper, 'Active Screening for Recurrent Diseases: A Reinforcement Learning Approach' is awarded the best paper nomination by AAMAS-21!
- March, 2021 - Our workshop proposal, 'International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Social Good (AI4SG)' is accepted by IJCAI'2021.
- December, 2020 - Our paper, 'Active Screening for Recurrent Diseases: A Reinforcement Learning Approach' is accepted by AAMAS'2021.
- December, 2020 - Our workshop proposal, 'Synthetic Data Generation: Quality, Privacy, Bias' is accepted by ICLR'2021 workshops.
- December, 2020 - Our paper, 'EvaLDA: Efficient Evasion Attacks Towards Latent Dirichlet Allocation' is accepted by AAAI'2021.
- September, 2020 - Organzing Harvard CRCS workshop on Using AI for Social Good!
- August, 2020 - Our team AMI (Bo An, Haipeng Chen, Xu He, Rundong Wang, and Youzhi Zhang; alphabetically ordered) made it to the finalist (top 25 out of 1000+ teams) in the KDD'20 reinforcement learning competition track!
- August, 2020 - Our paper, "Using Word Embeddings to Deter Intellectual Property Theft Through Automated Generation of Fake Documents" is accepted by ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems!
- July, 2020 - Started postdoc at Harvard University!
- May, 2020 - Our paper, "Learning Behaviors with Uncertain Human Feedback" got accepted to UAI'20. Congrats Xu on his first paper -- well deserved!
- March, 2020 - Invited to serve as a reviewer of Neurips'20.
- Feb, 2020 - Invited talk at CS department, University of Illinois at Chicago.
- December 16, 2019 - Attending Matariki Cybersecurity Workshop.
- December 8-14, 2019 - Attending Neurips'19 in Vancouver, Canada!
- November, 2019 - Our paper, "Disclose or Exploit? A Game Theoretic Approach Towards Strategic Decision Making in Cyber Warfare" has been accepted to IEEE Systems Journal.
- November, 2019 - Our paper, "PIE: A Data-Driven Payoff Inference Engine for Strategic Security Applications" has been accepted to IEEE Transactions on Computational Social Systems.
- August, 2019 - Our IJCAI 2019 demo paper, "VEST: A System for Vulnerability Exploit Scoring & Timing" has been awarded IJCAI'19 Demonstration Innovation Award runner-up. Congrats to all co-authors!
- August, 2019 - Two papers accepted to ICDM 2019, including one regular paper which integrates contextual bandit with TD learning to handle the joint pricing and dispatch problem in ride-hailing platform, a work done when I was an intern at Didi; and a short paper jointly done with George Mason University, which is a follow-up of our KDD paper .
- August, 2019 - Attending KDD'19 in Anchorage, Alaska!
- May, 2019 - Attending ISTS VeChain BlockChain Technology Workshop.
- May, 2019 - Three papers accepted to IJCAI 2019, including two papers on GAN-based tabular data generation with function-preservation and dynamic ETC control with multi-agent deep reinforcement learning accepted as main conference papers, and one demo paper demonstrating a system for vulnerability exploit timing and severity scoring prediction!
- April, 2019 - Our paper, Using Twitter to Predict when Vulnerabilities will be Exploited, is accepted to KDD 2019 as poster presentation!
- April, 2019 - Our paper, DCL-AIM: Decentralized Coordination Learning of Autonomous Intersection Management for Connected and Automated Vehicles has been accepted to Transportation Research, Part C, Emerging Methodologies!