Adrian Haret



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About me

I'm a postdoc in the Customizable Collective Choice project led by Ulle Endriss, working on topics related to Computational Social Choice.

Prior to this I was a research assistant and PhD student at TU Wien, in Vienna, Austria. This is my former webpage.

Teaching

In June 2020 I will be leading a project on the Condorcet Jury Theorem.

I've served as a teaching assistant for the Research and Career Planning Course, held by prof. Georg Gottlob at TU Wien, since 2016. I've also talked about belief change and its connections to rational (individual and social) choice in the course on Preferences in AI, also at TU Wien.


Education

2014-2020: PhD in Theoretical Computer Science, TU Wien
2012-2014: MSc in Computational Logic, TU Wien/TU Dresden/FU Bolzano within the, sadly now terminated, EMCL program
2010-2012: MA in Theoretical Philosophy and Philosophy of Science, University of Bucharest
2010-2012: BSc in Mathematics, University of Bucharest (discontinued for EMCL purposes)
2007-2010: BA in Theoretical Philosophy, University of Bucharest
2003-2007: High school, Mihai Eminescu High School, Botosani, Romania
1999-2003: Middle school, School Nr. 7, Botosani, Romania
1995-1999: Primary school, School Nr. 11, Botosani, Romania
1993-1995: Kindergarten, Kindergarten Nr. 9 and Nr. 2, Botosani, Romania
1988-1993: No school, Botosani, Romania


Journal Papers

  1. Martin Diller, Adrian Haret, Thomas Linsbichler, Stefan Ruemmele, Stefan Woltran: An extension-based approach to belief revision in abstract argumentation. Int. J. Approx. Reasoning 93: 395-423 (2018)
  2. Adrian Haret, Stefan Ruemmele, Stefan Woltran: Merging in the Horn Fragment. ACM Trans. Comput. Log. 18(1): 6:1-6:32 (2017)


Conference Papers

  1. Adrian Haret, Martin Lackner, Andreas Pfandler, Johannes P. Wallner: Proportional Belief Merging. AAAI 2020
  2. Adrian Haret, Stefan Woltran: Belief Revision Operators with Varying Attitudes Towards Initial Beliefs. IJCAI 2019: 1726-1733
  3. Adrian Haret, Johannes Peter Wallner: Manipulating Skeptical and Credulous Consequences When Merging Beliefs. JELIA 2019: 133-150
  4. Adrian Haret, Arianna Novaro, Umberto Grandi: Preference Aggregation with Incomplete CP-Nets. KR 2018: 308-318
  5. Adrian Haret, Hossein Khani, Stefano Moretti, Meltem Oeztuerk: Ceteris Paribus Majority for Social Ranking. IJCAI-ECAI 2018: 303-309
  6. Adrian Haret, Johannes Wallner. Two Sides of the Same Coin: Belief Revision and Enforcing Arguments. IJCAI-ECAI 2018: 1854-1860
  7. Nadia Creignou, Adrian Haret, Odile Papini, Stefan Woltran: Belief Update in the Horn Fragment. IJCAI-ECAI 2018: 1781-1787
  8. Adrian Haret: Logic-Based Merging in Fragments of Classical Logic with Inputs from Social Choice Theory. ADT 2017: 374-378
  9. Adrian Haret, Andreas Pfandler, Stefan Woltran: Beyond IC Postulates: Classification Criteria for Merging Operators. ECAI 2016: 372-380
  10. Adrian Haret, Jean-Guy Mailly, Stefan Woltran: Distributing Knowledge into Simple Bases. IJCAI 2016: 1109-1115
  11. Jerome Delobelle, Adrian Haret, Sebastien Konieczny, Jean-Guy Mailly, Julien Rossit, Stefan Woltran: Merging of Abstract Argumentation Frameworks. KR 2016: 33-42
  12. Adrian Haret, Stefan Ruemmele, Stefan Woltran: Merging in the Horn Fragment. IJCAI 2015: 3041-3047
  13. Martin Diller, Adrian Haret, Thomas Linsbichler, Stefan Ruemmele, Stefan Woltran: An Extension-Based Approach to Belief Revision in Abstract Argumentation. IJCAI 2015: 2926-2932


Workshop Papers

  1. Adrian Haret, Stefan Woltran: Belief Revision Operators with Varying Attitudes Towards Initial Beliefs. NMR 2018
  2. Adrian Haret, Johannes P. Wallner: Manipulation of semantic aggregation procedures for propositional knowledge bases and argumentation frameworks. NMR 2018
  3. Adrian Haret, Stefan Woltran: Deviation in Belief Change on Fragments of Propositional Logic. DKB/KIK@KI 2017: 64-76
  4. Adrian Haret, Stefan Woltran: Distributing Knowledge into Simple Bases. NMR 2016


Informal Publications

  1. Adrian Haret, Johannes P. Wallner: Manipulating Skeptical and Credulous Consequences when Merging Beliefs. TU Wien Technical Report, DBAI-TR-2019-114 (2019)
  2. Martin Diller, Adrian Haret, Thomas Linsbichler, Stefan Ruemmele, Stefan Woltran: An Extension-Based Approach to Belief Revision in Abstract Argumentation. TU Wien Technical Report, DBAI-TR-2017-106 (2017)
  3. Adrian Haret, Jean-Guy Mailly, Stefan Woltran: Distributing Knowledge into Simple Bases. CoRR abs/1603.09511 (2016)
  4. Adrian Haret, Stefan Ruemmele, Stefan Woltran: Merging in the Horn Fragment. TU Wien Technical Report, DBAI-TR-2015-91 (2015)
  5. Adrian Haret: Merging in the Horn fragment. TU Wien, Master's thesis, 121 pages, 2014.


Reviewing, Subreviewing and the Like

I've served, or will serve, as a reviewer or subreviewer for the following conferences:

IJCAI 2020
ECAI 2020
AAMAS 2020
AAAI 2020
FoIKS 2020
IJCAI 2019
AAMAS 2019
post-CLAR 2018
CLAR 2018
KI 2018
Commonsense 2017

And for the following journals:

JAIR

I enjoy it.


Grants

Over the years I have been fortunate enough to receive support from a number of sources.

I was the beneficiary of a KUWI grant from TU Wien for a short-term stay abroad in Paris, at Univ. Paris-Dauphine, from October to December, 2017. I was then awarded a Marietta Blau grant from the OEAD for a stay abroad, also in Paris and also at Univ. Paris-Dauphine, for the period February-July, 2018.

During this time I collaborated on some papers, saw the Bois de Boulogne go from green to grey to luscious green again, and listened to gospel music in the Saint-Vincent de Paul church.

I was hosted in Paris by Jerome Lang, to whom I am very grateful. Under his guidance I visited Toulouse and got to meet and collaborate with Umberto and Arianna.

The Paris stay also resulted in a collaboration with Meltem, Stefano and Hossein.

I'm additionally grateful to Nadia and Odile, who hosted me in Marseille at the end of January.

In 2015 I was able to attend IJCAI 2015 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, thanks to a travel grant from the IJCAI organization. During my EMCL studies (2012-2014) I lived off a scholarship granted by the EMCL fund, without which I would probably not have been able to attend the program.


Academicalia

I helped organize:

The Workshop on New Trends in Formal Argumentation, August 17, 2017, Vienna, Austria
The Workshop on New Trends in Belief Change, May 10, 2016, Vienna, Austria
The EMCL Student Workshop, February 18-19, 2014, Vienna, Austria

What else? Oh yes: I was a volunteer at IJCAI 2018, KR 2018, KR 2016 and the Bucharest Colloquium in Analytic Philosophy 2011. I was involved in web-site maintenance for the projects that employed me, for the EDBT-ICDT 2018 conference and, from 2008 to about 2010, I co-edited the Romanian Philosophy Newsletter.


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