The CIS Department AI Seminar Series

The AI Seminar Series is a weekly forum for postgraduates, postdocs, academic staff, and invited guests of the CIS Department to present their research or discuss topics of interest.

If you, or one of your students, would like to present a short talk at one of our meetings, please contact michelle DOT blom AT unimelb DOT edu DOT au.

To subscribe to our mailing list, head to University of Melbourne Lists and search for 'ai-seminars'.

Venue: Doug McDonnell, Room 8.03

When: Wednesday, 2:30pm to 3:30pm

Calendar



Past Seminars

September 23rd, 2014
Adrian Pearce, Christian Muise and Nir Lipovetzky will present conference recaps for ICAPS, KR, and ECAI 2014.

September 2nd, 2014
Rehan Aziz will present recent work on stable model counting in probalistic logic programming Details.

August 19th, 2014
Dr. Paolo Felli will give a talk on artificial social reasoning, recently presented at RMIT. Details.

August 5th, 2014
Dr. Christian Muise will give a talk on using fully observable non-deterministic planning to compute contingent plans. This talk was given at ICAPS 2014. Details.

June 3rd, 2014
Dr. Christina Burt and Dr. Nir Lipovetzky will give a short talk on the combined use of mixed integer programming (MIP) and automated planning in the operational scheduling of open-pit mines. Details.

May 20th, 2014
Dr. Mario Andrés Muñoz will give a short talk on the automated selection of algorithms for optimisation tasks. Details.

May 13th, 2014
Dr. Michelle Blom will give a short talk on short-term scheduling for a network of open-pit mines and ports. Details.

May 6th, 2014
Toby Davies will give a practice run through of a talk that he will present at ICAPS in June. Details.

April 29th, 2014
Dr. Andrea Rendl will give a short talk on modelling stochastic problems with MiniZinc. Details.

April 15th, 2014
Dr. Tim Miller will talk to us about common ground in teams. Details.

April 8th 2014
Dr. Gleb Belov will present a talk titled "Local search for a cargo assembly planning problem". Dr. Graeme Gange will present a talk titled "Synthesizing Smaller Switching Lattices". Details.

April 1st 2014
Chris Ewin will present a short talk titled "Transforming Situation Calculus Action Theories for Optimised Reasoning". Details.