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Keith Bush

I received a BSE in chemical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania in 1998, a MS in computer science from Colorado State University in 2004 and a PhD in computer science from Colorado State University in 2008. My thesis advisor was Chuck Anderson. Before joining the computer science faculty of UALR I worked as a postdoctoral research fellow at McGill University working in the Reasoning and Learning Lab with Joelle Pineau.

My research focuses on the interaction between learning and nonlinear dynamic systems. This interaction can occur in multiple ways: learning of system dynamics from data (predictive modeling), learning control strategies within dynamic systems (reinforcement learning), or identification of unknown systems through interaction and exploration (system identification). My current research project explores neural control systems for the treatment of epilepsy.

Updated 8.4.2010