AI Europe 2016

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AISB convention 2017

  In the run up to AISB2017 convention (http://aisb2017.cs.bath.ac.uk/index.html), I've asked Joanna Bryson, from the organising team, to answer few questions about the convention and what comes with it. Mohammad Majid...


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Dancing with Pixies?...

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Computerised Minds. ...

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Connection Science

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Notice

AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

3 PhD Studentships in Computer Science (University of Nottingham)

http://pgstudy.nottingham.ac.uk/apply-for-postgraduate-courses.aspx

The School of Computer Science at the University of Nottingham invites
applications for 3 PhD studentships. The studentships are for 3.5 years
and include UK Pounds 13,290 per year maintenance grant and UK/EU tuition fees. The applicants need to apply through the University's postgraduate admissions system:

http://pgstudy.nottingham.ac.uk/apply-for-postgraduate-courses.aspx

The deadline for applications is the 8th of January 2010.

The applications are invited in the areas listed below. Please contact
the academics listed for the research area first if you are interested
in applying for a PhD in their area.

Functional Programming (contact Henrik Nilsson, Graham Hutton, Thorsten
Altenkirch, Venanzio Capretta:  {nhn, gmh, txa, vxc} at cs.nott.ac.uk)

Computational Photography and Content-based Image Retrieval (contact
Guoping Qiu, qiu at cs.nott.ac.uk)

Computer Vision and Graphics (contact Bai Li, bai at cs.nott.ac.uk)

Computational Finance (contact Rong Qu, rxq  at cs.nott.ac.uk)

Adaptive and Learning Systems (contact Jon Garibaldi, jmg at cs.nott.ac.uk)

Intelligent Agents (contact Brian Logan and Natasha Alechina, {bsl, nza}
at cs.nott.ac.uk)

Computational Systems and Synthetic Biology (contact Natalio Krasnogor,
nxk at cs.nott.ac.uk)

Simulation of Complex Systems and Computational Modelling and Data
Mining (contact Uwe Aickelin, uxa at cs.nott.ac.uk)

Data mining (contact Jaume Bacardit, jqb at cs.nott.ac.uk)

Document Engineering (contact Steven Bagley, srb at cs.nott.ac.uk)

Opportunistic networking (contact Milena Radenkovic, mvr at cs.nott.ac.uk)

Reactive Environments (contact Holger Schnadelbach, Dave Kirk: hms,dsk at cs.nott.ac.uk)

Intelligent Multilevel Search Methodologies (contact Ender Ozcan, exo at
cs.nott.ac.uk)