Amy Greenwald is an assistant professor of computer science at Brown University
in Providence, Rhode Island. Her primary research area is the study of economic
interactions among computational agents. Her primary methodologies are
game-theoretic analysis and simulation. Her work is applicable in areas ranging
from dynamic pricing to autonomous bidding, to transportation planning and
scheduling. She was awarded a Sloan Fellowship in 2006; nominated for the 2002
Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE); and
named one of the Computing Research Association's Digital Government Fellows in
2001. Before joining the faculty at Brown, Greenwald was employed by IBM's T.J.
Watson Research Center, where she researched information economies. Her paper,
"Shopbots and pricebots" (joint work with Jeff Kephart), was named
Best Paper at IBM Research in 2000. Her trading agent, RoxyBot, won the TAC
Travel competition in 2006.