Data and knowledge engineering seminars

Data and knowledge engineering research seminars discuss research of interest to the data and knowledge engineering group including, but not limited to, knowledge representation and reasoning, text and data mining and data privacy.

These seminars currently take place in room C/2.11 on Mondays between 13:00 and 14:00. All who are interested are most welcome to attend any seminar.

Previous seminars

Autumn 2016

10/10/2016Richard Booth Aggregating opinions in abstract argumentation
10/10/2016Martin CaminadaA dialectical approach for argument-based judgment aggregation
17/10/2016Alun PreeceTBC
17/10/2016Shoaib JameelD-GloVe: A feasible least squares model for estimating word embedding densities
24/10/2016Rhyd Lewis, MATHSSome examples of combinatorial optimisation in operational research
24/10/2016Zied BouraouiA general modifier-based framework for inconsistency-tolerant query answering
31/10/2016Padraig CorcoranSpatio-temporal modelling of the topology of swarm behaviour with persistence landscapes
31/10/2016 Federico Cerutti A pilot study in using argumentation frameworks for online debates
07/11/2016Angus Roberts, University of SheffieldTBC
14/11/2016Udo Kruschwitz, University of EssexSteps towards profile-based web site search and navigation
21/11/2016Carina Girvan, SOCSITBC
21/11/2016Andrei Gagarin, MATHSFixed-parameter tractable algorithms for the workflow satisfiability problem with user independent constraints
28/11/2016Gavin Brown, University of ManchesterConditional likelihood maximisation: A unifying framework for information theoretic feature selection
05/12/2016Joshua Knowles, University of BirminghamTransfer learning in surrogate-assisted optimisation

You can also follow seminar-related discussions at the LinkedIn group.

Please direct all questions about this research seminar programme to the co-ordinator Dr Padraig Corcoran.