What and Why? The LCI Forum is our biweekly meeting, at which we discuss LCI matters and group related issues, share AI and other news, and give brief reports from trips and conferences. An integral part of each LCI Forum is a research talk, given by LCI members, associate members, or visitors. Rumor has it, though, that real reason behind their popularity is the food. The LCI Fora provide a great opportunity for meeting other members of the lab, hearing about interesting developments, and finally finding out what the person working at the next desk is really working on ;-) The talks are also great opportunities to practice for conference presentations. Standard LCI Forum talks are 20min with about 10min for questions and discussion.
When and Where? LCI Fora run biweekly throughout the academic year and during most of the summer. In the 2006/2007 season we'll hold the forum in CICSR 146, the LCI meeting space, at 12:00 pm.
|Sept 18||Beginning of year forum: no talk|
|Oct 2||Per-Erik Forssen, Learning to Look|
|Oct 16||Heather Maclaren, Combining Causal and Diagnostic Assessment in a Probabilistic Model of User Affect|
|Oct 30||Sohrab Shah, Bayesian analysis of clinical array CGH profiles with robust HMMs|
|Nov 6||Peter Carbonetto, Conditional mean field|
|Nov 27||Suling Yang, Hierarchical Shortest Pathfinding Applied to Scheduling and Route Planning for Wheelchair Users|
|Dec 11||Vishy Vishwanathan (National ICT Australia), Kernels on Dynamical Systems and Graphs|
|Jan 15||Andrea Bunt, Supporting Interface Customization using a Mixed-Initiative Approach|
|Jan 29||Pooja Viswanathan, An Intelligent Powered Wheelchair to Enable Mobility in Older Adults with Cognitive Impairments|
|Feb 12||Steve DiPaola, Intelligent Systems for Characters, Creatures and Creativity: An Interdisciplinary Approach|
|Feb 26||Frank Hutter, Automatic Algorithm Configuration based on Local Search|
|Mar 12||Francois Caron, Time-varying Dirichlet process mixtures|
|Mar 26||LCI Student research mini-talks (3 students; 10 min each)|
|Apr 16||LCI Student research mini-talks (3 students; 10 min each)|
|Apr 30||Oliver Schulte (SFU), Learning Bayes Nets using Score Functions and Dependency Constraints|
|May 14||Ioannis Rekleitis (Canadian Space Agency), Multi-Robot Coverage and Planetary Exploration|
|May 28||Kasia Muldner, Using Eye-tracking data for High-Level User Modeling in Adaptive Interfaces|
|Jun 11||Gabriel Murray (University of Edinburgh), Using Speech-Specific Characteristics for Automatic Speech Summarization|
|Jun 25||LCI Student research mini-talks (3 students; 10 min each)|
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