Lillian J. Ratliff
Ph.D. student, EECS at UC Berkeley
Interests: Game Theory, Dynamical Systems,
Lillian Ratliff is a PhD candidate in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at UC Berkeley. Her background is in game theory, dynamical systems and control. Her research interests lie at the intersection of non-cooperative games, incentive design and social cyber-physical systems. We now collect very large and complex data sets through new sensing and control technologies that are currently being deployed in critical infrastructure such as healthcare and transportation systems as well as the smart grid. She is interested in developing data-driven models for agent behavior in social cyber-physical systems and utilizing these models to design incentives for behavior modification. She is the recipient of a National Science Foundation graduate student fellowship (2009).