Jim Little

I do not reply in person to letters of interest regarding graduate admissions.
See CS prospective graduate student information.

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Email: little AT cs.ubc.ca
URL: http://www.cs.ubc.ca/spider/little/index.html
Department of Computer Science
University of British Columbia
ICCS 117
2366 Main Mall
Vancouver, B.C., Canada V6T 1Z4
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I am a Professor emeritus in the Department of Computer Science at the University of British Columbia .
I am a member of the UBC ICICS Center for Artificial Intelligence Decision making and Action.

I am a member of the Laboratory for Computational Intelligence (LCI).


Before proposing a meeting time, please check the busy slots on my free-busy or PAC calendar. If my whole day is busy, a box will appear under the date, above the hourly section.


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If you'd like to join our research group as a graduate student, please see: CS prospective graduate student information where you'll also find information about funding and great scholarship opportunities.

It is very unlikely I will be taking any students in robotics.

I do not reply in person to letters of interest in graduate admissions.

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I was Project Leader of IRIS project Robot Partners: Collaborative Perceptual Robotic Systems.

Our weekly reading group on vision and robotics is: Robuddies

Our weekly reading group on computer vision: CVRG


As an emeritus professor I have no teaching responsibilities, but I do supervise graduate students. See above.

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