9:00 am: Overview of Decentralized Reasoning in Reduced Information Spaces, Drew Bagnell (Carnegie Mellon University)

9:15 am: Manipulating Ergodic Bodies Through Gentle Guidance, Steve LaValle (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

9:45 am: Learning Gaussian Process Bayes Filters and Tabletop Manipulation, Dieter Fox (University of Washington)

10:15 am: Discussion

10:25 am:  Break

10:30 am: Smart Adaptive Reliable Teams for Persistent Surveillance (SMARTS), Daniela Rus  (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

11:00 am: Finding, representing and using salient dimensions for reasoning in dynamic environments, Max Likhachev (University of Pennsylvania)

11:30 am: Imitation Learning for Task Allocation, Tony Stentz (Carnegie Mellon University)

12:00 pm: Lunch

12:30 pm: Roadmap Methods in Information Space, Nick Roy (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

1:00 pm: The Information Theory of Strategic Interaction and Imitation Learning by Reduction to Supervised Learning, Drew Bagnell (Carnegie Mellon University)

1:30 pm: Discussion

1:40 pm: Break

1:45 pm: Tracking with Planning, Jianbo Shi (University of Pennsylvania)

2:15 pm: Planning in Learned Information Spaces, Geoff Gordon (Carnegie Mellon University)

2:45 pm: Internal PI meeting / Government Team meeting

3:30 pm: Wrap-up, feedback and discussion