Long is a Hungarian-Vietnamese computer scientist at the University of Warwick, UK, where he

Research interests

Long’s main research area is Artificial Intelligence. He is interested in building complex learning systems where humans and agents have to either: collaborate to deal with complex real-world problems; or to strategically act against each other. Given this, he mainly focusses on the following topics: online learning/decision making (bandit theory), game theory, incentive engineering, and multi-agent systems.

Achievements and awards

Long has received a number of prestigious awards, including: CPHC/BCS Distinguished Dissertation Award Honourable Mention (2012/13); EurAI Artificial Intelligence Dissertation Award  Honourable Mention (2012/13); AAAI 2012 Outstanding Paper Award Honourable Mention; and ECAI 2012 Best Student Paper Award runner up. Long has also been elected as a board member of the IFAAMAS Directory Board (2018-2024), the main international governing body of the International Federation for Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems. In addition, he was invited to present an Early Career Spotlight Talk at IJCAI 2019.