Talks and articles about our work

  1. We gave a talk on Learning Incident Prediction Models Over Large Geographical Areas for Emergency Response at the 7th International Conference on Smart Computing. See the full paper here. Slides are available here.

  2. We gave a talk on Hierarchical Planning for Resource Allocation in Emergency Response Systems at the 12th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems, 2021. See the full paper here.

  3. We gave a talk at the Los Alamos National Laboratory Seminar Series on “Multi-Agent Systems for Emergency Response.” See slides here.

  4. We gave a talk at the AAAI Fall Symposium on AI for Social Good about challenges in designing emergency response pipelines.

  5. We gave a tutorial on Smart Emergency Response at the NSF Computational Sustainability Doctorial Symposium 2020 on October 18.

  6. A recent talk at the Utah Center for Data Science’s Summer Seminar Series on the 19th of June about robust machine learning models and smart emergency response.

  7. A recent talk given at Stanford’s CARS (Center of Automotive Research) Annual Symposium.

  8. A recent talk given at AAMAS 2020 conference on the decision procedures involved in statistical emergency response.

  9. A talk given at the NSF JST Big Data Conference in Tokyo in Dec 2019.

  10. Our work was discussed in the article on smart cities by Financial Times.

  11. Our work was presented in the 2019 National Science Foundation Cyber Physical Systems Principal Investigators meeting. Check out the poster here.

  12. Our work was covered in the Government Technology Magazine as part of it’s “MetroLab Innovation of the Month Series”. Check out the article here.

  13. Our work was showcased as part of the Global City Teams Challenge, a global smart city symposium. See the poster here.