I'm a professor in the Machine Learning Department at Carnegie Mellon. I am also affiliated with the Robotics Institute. I'm interested in multi-agent planning, reinforcement learning, decision-theoretic planning, statistical models of difficult data (e.g. maps, video, text), computational learning theory, and game theory. My group is called the SELECT lab (for SEnse, LEarn, and aCT). Here is its mailing list.
I spent AY 2003-4 as a visiting professor at the Stanford Robotics Lab. Before joining CMU I used to work for Burning Glass Technologies, a company that provided intelligent searching and matching software for resumes and job postings. The company was headquartered in San Diego, but I worked at their Pittsburgh office.