I am the Associate Director of and an Assistant Research Scientist at UGA's Institute for Artificial Intelligence. Before that, I was a Lecturer in UGA's Computer Science Department. I've also been a research fellow at Aston Business School in Birmingham, England, a postdoc at the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition and a visiting researcher in the Kno.e.sis Center of Wright State University.
My research is in logic and artificial intelligence, particularly knowledge representation and nonclassical (nonmonotonic and paraconistent) reasoning. I have a PhD in computer science and a master's degree in artificial intelligence, both from UGA. Before computer science and artificial intelligence, I studied philosophy at Tulane University in New Orleans.