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Leonardo Garrido

  • Professor & Researcher
  • Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey
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Research interests

User ModeliIntelligent Tutoring SystemsWeb IntelligenceIntelligent GamesMachine Learning and Automated Reasoning. Other very related areas of interest are: Swarm IntelligenceMultiagent SystemsMy areas of special interest are: Autonomous Agents

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Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence (2001). Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Monterrey, México. Research area: Multiagent Systems with special focus on Modeling other Agents in Multiagent Environments. Local advisor: Dr. Ramón Brena. Foreign advisor: Dr. Katia Sycara. Doctoral thesis project about Quantifying the Competitive Advantage of Modeling other Agents. Visiting Research Scholar (1999-01). The Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, USA. A two-year internship during my doctoral studies. Working with Dr. Katia Sycara. Research project on Learning Models about other Agents. Visiting Research Scholar (1994-95). The Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, USA. A one-year internship during my doctoral studies. Working with Dr. Katia Sycara. Research project on Multi-Agent Meeting Scheduling. M.Sc. in Computational Systems Engineering (1992). Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Monterrey, México. Special focus on Artificial Intelligence. Case-Based Reasoning. Advisor: Dr. Francisco Cantú. Master thesis project about Case-Based Advising. B.E. in Electronic Systems Engineering (1986). Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Monterrey, México. México. Member of the 2000 Year project which later was called Supplement Program of Education and nowadays Alpha Program. Admission to this program is only by invitation based on high academic and intellectual profiles and its goal is the development of additional students' academic skills (e.g. verbal, writing, interpersonal, and self-learning abilities). Practical School (Summer 1986). Hewlett-Packard, México. Summer internship during my last-year bachelor studies. Involved in a project about the study of compatibility of peripheral computational equipment. Technician in Electromechanics (1982). CECyT 36, México. Science & Technology certificate in Physics & Mathematics.

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  • Probabilistic Agent Localization and Fuzzy-Bayesian Pass Evaluation for the RoboCup Simulation 3D League

    • Bustamante C
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  • Fuzzy Naive Bayesian Classification in RoboSoccer 3D: A Hybrid Approach to Decision Making

    • Bustamante C
    • Garrido L
    • Soto R
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  • Efectos de la comunicación directa entre agentes en los algoritmos de agrupación de clases basados en el comportamiento de insectos sociales

    • Montes de Oca M
    • Garrido L
    • Aguirre J
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  • EventNet: Inferring Temporal Relations Between Commonsense Events

    • Montes de Oca M
    • Garrido L
    • Agurre J
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  • EventNet: Inferring Temporal Relations Between Commonsense Events

    • Montes de Oca M
    • Garrido L
    • Agurre J
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Professional experience

Professor & Researcher

Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey

August 1993 - Present

Education history

Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence

Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey

August 1998 - December 2001(3 years)

M.Sc. in Computational Systems Engineering

Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey

August 1990 - December 1992(2 years)

B.E. in Electronic Systems Engineering

Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey

August 1982 - December 1986(4 years)