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Dr Yingke Chen

Associate Professor

Department: Computer and Information Sciences

Yingke Chen received his PhD from Aalborg University, Denmark. He did post-doctoral research at Queen’s University Belfast, UK, and Georgia University, USA. His main research interests include artificial intelligence, machine learning, data-driven decision-making, and their applications. His research has led to national and regional research grants and publications in the Journal of AI Research, AAMAS, AAAI, and IJCAI conferences.

Alongside fundamental research, he also designs innovative solutions based on theoretical findings to address practical challenges. He has been the major contributor (PI/Co-I) of over £1.3M Innovate UK-funded projects (including Knowledge Transfer Partnerships). He works together with business partners from transportation, logistics, autonomous underwater vehicles, education, and e-commerce sectors to exploit data science and AI techniques to understand their current operations and upscale their businesses for the future.

Yingke Chen

Yingke Chen‘s research interests include Artificial Intelligence (in particular, machine learning, multiagent systems and their applications) and Formal Methods (in particular, machine learning-based model checking). 

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Look before you leap: Detecting phishing web pages by exploiting raw URL and HTML characteristics, Opara, C., Chen, Y., Wei, B. 1 Feb 2024, In: Expert Systems with Applications
  • Online Sparse Representation Clustering for Evolving Data Streams, Chen, J., Yang, S., Fahy, C., Wang, Z., Guo, Y., Chen, Y. 27 Oct 2023, In: IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems
  • HTMLPhish: Enabling Phishing Web Page Detection by Applying Deep Learning Techniques on HTML Analysis, Opara, C., Wei, B., Chen, Y. Jul 2020, 2020 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN 2020), Piscataway, IEEE
  • Decision-Theoretic Planning under Anonymity in Agent Populations, Sonu, E., Chen, Y., Doshi, P. 29 Aug 2017, In: Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research
  • On Markov Games Played by Bayesian and Boundedly-Rational Players, Chandrasekaran, M., Chen, Y., Doshi, P. 10 Feb 2017, In: Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence
  • Bayesian Markov Games with Explicit Finite-Level Types, Chandrasekaran, M., Chen, Y., Doshi, P. 5 Mar 2016, In: Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence
  • Individual Planning in Agent Populations: Exploiting Anonymity and Frame-Action Hypergraphs, Sonu, E., Chen, Y., Doshi, P. 8 Apr 2015, In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling
  • Iterative Online Planning in Multiagent Settings with Limited Model Spaces and PAC Guarantees, Chen, Y., Doshi, P., Zeng, Y. 2015
  • Speeding up Planning in Multiagent Settings Using CPU-GPU Architectures, Adoe, F., Chen, Y., Doshi, P. 2015, AGENTS AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, ICAART 2015
  • Team Behavior in Interactive Dynamic Influence Diagrams with Applications to Ad Hoc Teams, Chandrasekaran, M., Doshi, P., Zeng, Y., Chen, Y. 2014

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