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Data and knowledge engineering seminars

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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 will take place between 13:00-14:00 in Queen's Buildings, either in the Turing Suite of the South Building or in Room WX/3.07 of the West Extension.

2020 seminars

3 February 2020WX/3.07Ignacio Iacobacci (Huawei)An Overview on Conversational AI
10 February 2020WX/3.07Paul RosinVirtual Unrolling of Historic Scrolls
17 February 2020Turing SuiteSebastian Ruder (DeepMind)Cross-lingual Transfer Learning
24 February 2020WX/3.07Anna LedwochA probabilistic model for learning relation vectors
24 February 2020WX/3.07Marek PedziwiatrAllocation of attention in natural scenes viewing: experiments and modelling
2 March 2020Turing SuiteJames Walters/Antonio Pardiñas (MRC Centre for Neuropsychiatric Genetics and Genomics)CRIS in Wales: Enabling the use of electronic health records for mental health research at Cardiff & Vale University Health Board
2 March 2020Turing SuiteYukun LaiDeep Generative Models for Images and 3D Shapes
9 March 2020Turing SuiteAleksandra EdwardsAutomated Thematic Analysis on a Corpus of Safeguarding Reports
9 March 2020Turing SuiteChantal Tax (CUBRIC)Dimensionality reduction in microstructural MRI
16 March 2020WX/3.07Greg ButterworthMultidisciplinary Perspectives as a Catalyst for the Optimisation of Liquid Democracy
16 March 2020WX/3.07Crispin Cooper (PLACE)Supporting sustainable transport through spatial network analysis of walking and cycling
23 March 2020Turing SuiteAndrew Cropper (Oxford)Learning logic programs
20 April 2020WX/3.07Luis Espinosa-AnkeEncoding dictionary definitions for sense categorization
20 April 2020WX/3.07Angelika KimmigBeyond the Grounding Bottleneck: Datalog Techniques for Inference in Probabilistic Logic Programs
27 April 2020WX/3.07Zeerak Waseem (Sheffield)It ain’t all good: Marginalisation in the name of protection

Previous years

21 October 2019Nello CristianiniInterface between AI and Social Sciences and why it matters
28 October 2019Jae Hee LeeCapturing word order in averaging-based sentence representations
28 October 2019Mahmoud Eid Abdelhafez AbdellahiClassifying memory reactivation during sleep using machine learning with brain recordings
4 November 2019Andrei GagarinPattern-based approach to the workflow satisfiability problem with user-independent constraints
4 November 2019Daniel GallichanUsing machine learning to derive head motion parameters during an MRI scan
11 November 2019Stephanie LockeReproducible machine learning
11 November 2019Mike GermuskaFood for thought: The application of machine learning to map brain oxygen metabolism with functional MRI
18 November 2019Sylwia PolbergEmpirical studies on formal argumentation
18 November 2019Geraint PalmerApplying Mathematics to Public Services in Wales
25 November 2019Jiaxiang ZhangExtracting information from behavioural and EEG data
2 December 2019Joe SingletonAn axiomatic approach to truth discovery
2 December 2019Daniel LoureiroLanguage Modelling Makes Sense
8 October 2018Franz KirályProbabilistic supervised learning, or predicting the prediction uncertainty - theory and practice
15 October 2018Shelan JeawakEmbedding geographic locations for modelling the natural environment using Flickr tags and structured data
15 October 2018Christian ArnoldReleasing differentially private synthetic micro-data with Bayesian GANs
22 October 2018Kirstin StrokorbExtreme events in Markov chains
22 October 2018Padraig CorcoranA multi-scale topological shape model for single and multiple component shapes
5 November 2018Marc Roig VilamalaAn automatic translation from Essence Prime to Satisfiability Module Theories
5 November 2018Sam VenteIdentifying the sleeper cells: Estimation of bacteria counts in fluorescence microscopy images
12 November 2018Vidit NandaBig mathematics for big data
19 November 2018Luis EspinosaAugmenting word embeddings with unsupervised relation vectors
19 November 2018Matthias TrederImproving SNR and reducing training time of classifiers in large datasets via kernel averaging
26 November 2018Vincent KnightRecognising extortion
3 December 2018Bertrand GauthierSpectral approximation and (conic) squared-kernel discrepancy
10 December 2018Hiroyuki KidoArgumentation mining from acceptability of arguments
10 December 2018Richard BoothOn strengthening the logic of iterated belief revision

Find out more

Please direct all questions about this research seminar programme to one of the co-ordinators below.

Dr Matthias Treder

Dr Matthias Treder


+44 (0)29 2251 0960
Dr Jose Camacho Collados

Dr Jose Camacho Collados


+44 (0)29 2087 9108