1. I-Chen Wu, Der-Johng Sun, Lung-Ping Chen , Kan-Yueh Chen, Ching-Hua Kuo, Hao-Hua Kang, Hung-Hsuan Lin, "An Efficient Approach to Solving Nonograms", accepted by the IEEE Transactions on Computational Intelligence and AI in Games (SCI), Feb., 2013.
2. Kuo-Yuan Kao, I-Chen Wu, S.-J. Yen, and Yi-Chang Shan, "Incentive Learning in Monte Carlo Tree Search", accepted by the IEEE Transactions on Computational Intelligence and AI in Games (SCI), DOI 10.1109/TCIAIG.2013.2248086, Feb., 2013.
3. I-Chen Wu, Hung-Hsuan Lin, Der-Johng Sun, Kuo-Yuan Kao, Ping-Hung Lin, Yi-Chih Chan, and Po-Ting Chen, "Job-Level Proof Number Search", accepted by the IEEE Transactions on Computational Intelligence and AI in Games (SCI), DOI: 10.1109/TCIAIG.2012.2224659, Oct., 2012.
2012: Our lab’s name has been formally changed to “Computer Games and Intelligence Lab” since August 2012.
2012: Won three golds (Mahjong, Connect6, Nonogram) and five silvers (Chinese Chess, Nonogram, NoGo, Killall-Go, Connect6) in the TCGA 2011 Gomputer Game Tournaments.
2011: NCTU6, developed in our lab, won 5 and lost 3 against top human players in the third annual Man-Machine Connect6 Contest, 2008.
2010: Programs developed by our team won four golds (Connect6, Nurikabe, Nonogram and Lightup), three silvers (9x9 Go, Nonogram and Lightup) and two bronzes (Nonogram and Lightup) in the TAAI 2010 Gomputer Game Tournament.
2010: HappyNuri, developed in our lab, won the Gold Prize of the NuriKabe Tournament in the 15th Computer Olympiad in Kanazawa, Japan.