DU Professor Recognized For Work With Artificial Intelligence
Nathan Sturtevant, associate professor in the Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science, was recently elected as a Senior Member of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI).
“Sturtevant’s impressive research accomplishments in the field of Artificial Intelligence, along with his unparalleled commitment to teaching, are important contributions to the University of Denver and the Ritchie School in particular,” says Haluk Ogmen, senior associate dean of the Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science. “I congratulate him on this outstanding achievement.”
Senior Member status is designed to recognize AAAI members who have achieved significant accomplishments within the field of artificial intelligence. To be eligible for nomination, candidates must be members of AAAI for at least five consecutive years and have been active in the professional arena for at least 10 years. Each year a maximum of 25 members are elected to Senior status. In 2017, Sturtevant is only one of three elected to receive the recognition.
Sturtevant earned his PhD in Multi-Player Games from the University of California, Los Angeles. He has been at the University of Denver since 2010. His research focuses on combinatorial search, path planning, adversarial search, and games.