About

Ulle Endriss

Ulle Endriss is Professor of AI and Collective Decision Making at the ILLC. Before coming to Amsterdam, he studied in Germany and the United Kingdom and obtained his PhD from King’s College London in 2003. Much of his research is concerned with the use of ideas originating in computer science and AI to improve the quality of democratic decision making. He is a Fellow of the European Association of Artificial Intelligence (EurAI).

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Research projects of the researcher

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Automated Reasoning for Economics

In this project, we develop algorithms to support economists who try to design new mechanisms for group decision making.
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Participatory Budgeting

In this project, we design and analyse voting rules for participatory budgeting, a direct democracy initiative where residents jointly decide on how public funds are spent.
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Explainability in Collective Decision Making

In this project, we develop methods for automatically generating explanations for why a given compromise (between disagreeing people) is the best available option.
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Papers by the researcher

Automating the Analysis of Matching Algorithms