Christopher Geib's research interests focus on reasoning about and planning action under uncertainty. My current work is on probabilistic intent recognition. I am also very interested in the relationship between formal grammars, planning, plan recognition, reasoning, learning and search. I have applied my research in a number of application areas including: computer network security, assistant systems for large scale process control, and inferring the goals of elders for assistive technology systems. I am currently working on a new plan recognition and planning system based on Combinatory Categorial Grammars (CCGs).
Last spring term I taught INFO 336 - Distributed System Security.