Amy Greenwald is Professor of Computer Science at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. Greenwald was also a visiting researcher at the Artificial Intelligence Research Center at the Japanese National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology in Tokyo in 2018-19; a visiting researcher in the Algorithmic Economics Lab at Microsoft Research in New York City in 2015; and a visiting professor at the Erasmus Research Institute of Management in Rotterdam in 2011. She was named a Fulbright Scholar in 2011 (though she declined the award); she was awarded a Sloan Fellowship in 2006; she was nominated for the 2002 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers; and she was named one of the Computing Research Association's Digital Government Fellows in 2001. Before Brown, she worked for a short time as a post-doc at IBM's T.J. Watson Research Center, where her "Shopbots and Pricebots" paper was named Best Paper at IBM Research in 2000. Finally, Greenwald is active in promoting diversity in Computer Science, leading multiple K-12 initiatives in which Brown undergraduates teach computer science to Providence public school students.
- Learning and Games, Spring 2022. Visiting Scientist.