Milind Tambe is Principal Scientist and Director of "AI for Social Good" at Google Research; concurrently, he is also Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science and Director of Center for Research in Computation and Society at Harvard University. Dr. Tambe's research focuses on advancing AI and multiagent systems research for social impact. He is recipient of the IJCAI (International Joint Conference on AI) John McCarthy Award, AAAI (Association for Advancement of Artificial Intelligence) Feigenbaum prize, ACM/SIGAI Autonomous Agents Research Award from AAMAS (Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems Conference), AAAI Robert S Engelmore Memorial Lecture award, INFORMS Wagner prize, the MORS (Military Operations Research Society) Rist Prize. He is a fellow of AAAI and ACM. For his work in AI and public safety, he has received the Columbus Foundation Homeland Security Award, and meritorious Team Commendation from the US Coast Guard and LA Airport Police, and Certificate of Appreciation from US Federal Air Marshals Service for pioneering real-world deployments of security games. Prof. Tambe's papers have received either best paper awards or best paper finalist recognition 30 times at conferences such as AAAI, AAMAS, IJCAI and others. Prof. Tambe received his Ph.D. from the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University.