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David H. Menager

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David Menager is a 2016-2020 Self Graduate Fellow pursuing a Ph.D. in computer science at the University of Kansas. Menager received a B.S. (2015) in computer science from the University of Kansas. His current doctoral research uses computational models of event memory as a core technology for answering research questions about artificial intelligence. His current interest is to understand the role of event memory for explainable AI in single-agent and multi-agent domains. He has interned for the Naval Research laboratory, Lockheed Martin, and Adobe. In his free time, David likes to produce music and go running.

Mentor: Arvin Agah, Associate Dean and Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Dongkyu Choi, Assistant Professor, Aerospace Engineering 


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