Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Pennsylvania, 1995
M.S.E., Computer Science, University of Pennsylvania, 1991
B.S., Computer Science, Union College, 1989
Dr Geib's research focuses on probabilistic plan recognition and planning. His current work is on the relationship between formal grammars, planning, plan recognition, reasoning, learning and search. His work has been applied in a number of application areas including: computer network security, assistant systems for large scale process control, assistive technologies for elders, and most reciently, real, and virtual robots.
In the past Dr. Geib has been: an Associate Professor at Drexel University in the Department of Computer Science, a Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh, School of Informatics working on the EU Xperience and PACO-PLUS projects, and still earlier, I was a Principal Research Scientist working at Honeywell Labs leading and working DARPA funded projects. In the distant past, I was a Post Doctoral Fellow at the University of British Columbia in the Department of Computer Science.
His external webpage including publications can be found at www.planrec.org/geib