Seminar on Artificial Intelligence 2005

Regionalgruppe Trier/Luxembourg

BIENVENUE et/und HERZLICH WILLKOMMEN

Regionalgruppe Trier/Luxembourg

Nächste Veranstaltungen

VERANSTALTUNG

 

PAST EVENTS

  • Stammtisch der Regionalgruppe am Mittwoch, 28.03.2007 um 19:30 in der Pizzeria "Da Massimo", Eurener Str. 68, 54294 Trier (Anfahrtsskizze z.B. bei Mapquest)
  • Stammtisch der Regionalgruppe am Mittwoch, 10.1.2007 um 18:00 in der Pizzeria "Da Massimo", Eurener Str. 68, 54294 Trier (Anfahrtsskizze z.B. bei Mapquest)
  • Stammtisch der Regionalgruppe am Mittwoch, 22. Februar - 18h30 (der Mittwoch vor Fasenacht) Il Fragolino, Luxembourg-Grund (Anfahrtsskizze z.B. bei Mapquest)
  • Stammtisch der Regionalgruppe am Mittwoch, 11.1.2006 um 18:00 in der Pizzeria "Da Massimo", Eurener Str. 68, 54294 Trier (Anfahrtsskizze z.B. bei Mapquest)
  • Mitgliederversammlung - 12. Oktober 2005, 18h45: SES Astra, L-6815 Chateau de Betzdorf

Seminar Series Artificial Intelligence

  • Jean Francois Perrot, University of Paris VI: (0.2 MB)
  • Verena Hafner, Sony Center Paris: (1.6MB)
  • Justus Piater, University of Liege: (4.4 MB)
  • Thomas Laengle, University of Karlsuhe and Fraunhofer Institute, Karlsruhe: (3.0MB)
  • Toni Bollinger, IBM Research and Development: (1.1 MB)
  • Paul Buitelaar, DFKI Saarbrücken: (3.6 MB)
  • Rene Witte, Uni Karlsruhe and CLaC Lab, Concordia University, Montreal:
  • Torsten Schaub, University of Potsdam: (0.2 MB)

Contact:

VERANSTALTUNG

DATE: Donnerstag, 30.November, 18:00
WHERE:

; Dept. for Computer Science and Communication, Raum B02
SPEAKER: Prof. Dr. Thomas Engel, Universität Luxembourg
TOPIC: Next Generation Networks
CONTACT: Prof. Dr. Thomas Engel

DATE: Mittwoch, 26.April, 17:30
WHERE:

; Dept. for Computer Science and Communication, Raum B02
SPEAKER: Dr. Christopher Wolf, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, Frankreich
TOPIC:


CONTACT: Prof. Dr. Christoph Schommer

DATE:23. März 2006, 17:30
WHERE: University of Luxembourg, Campus Kirchberg, Saal B022
SPEAKER: Prof. Dr. em. Wolfgang Giere, JW Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main
TOPIC:


CONTACT: Prof. Dr. Christoph Schommer

DATE:22. März 2006, 18:00
WHERE: Fachhochschule Trier,

,

, Hörsaal2
SPEAKER: Dipl-Informatiker (FH) Mattia Dellacroce, Tuomi Media GmbH Trier
TOPIC:


CONTACT: Prof. Dr. Georg Schneider
MATERIALS:

DATE:20. Januar 2006, 14:30
WHERE: Fachhochschule Trier, Standort Schneidershof, Gebäude G, Hörsaal2
SPEAKER: Prof. Dr. Gunter Dueck, Mitglied des Präsidiums der GI und Cheftechnologe IBM Deutschland
TOPIC:


CONTACT: Prof. Dr. Georg Schneider

DATE:12. Oktober 2005, 17h45
WHERE: Chateau de Betzdorf (

)
SPEAKER: Hr Frank Zimmer, SES Astra
TOPIC:


CONTACT: Prof. Dr. Christoph Schommer
MATERIALS:

 

DATE: Mittwoch, 15. Juni, 18:00
WHERE:

; Dept. for Computer Science and Communication, Raum B02
SPEAKER: Dr. Stephan Baumann, Sonicson GmbH


TOPIC:


CONTACT: Prof. Dr. Georg Schneider

DATE: Mittwoch, 11. Mai, 18:00
WHERE: Fachhochschule Trier, Schneidershof, Informatik, Gebäude H, Hörsaal HS2
SPEAKER: Dr. Dietmar Dengler, Senior Researcher, Intelligent User Interfaces Lab, DFKI GmbH
TOPIC:


CONTACT: Prof. Dr. Georg Schneider

DATE: 14. März 2005, 14h00
WHERE: University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg School of Finance: 209, Route d'Esch, Luxembourg-Gasperich.
SPEAKER: Stefan Flechsig, Rechtsanwalt
TOPIC: Business with Identities - Challenges for eCommerce
CONTACT: Prof. Dr. Thomas Engel

DATE: 24. November 2004, 18:00
WHERE: University of Luxembourg, Kirchberg, C02
SPEAKER: Prof. Dr Georg Schneider
TOPIC: Ubiquitous Computing am Beispiel des Systems MOSES auf der Landesgartenschau Trier
CONTACT: Prof. Dr. Georg Schneider

Artificial Intelligence Seminar Series

May 17th - July 5th 2005 Université du Luxembourg - Fonds National de la Recherche - GI Regionalgruppe Trier/Luxembourg

What's it all about?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the science and engineering of creating intelligent machines and computer programs. It is related to similar tasks of using computers to understand human intelligence but AI does not only have to confine itself to methods that are biologically observable. The interest in AI has commonly increased since years and some classical sub-disciplines like robotics, language processing, or natural computing have produced reliable solutions.

Aims and goals?

The seminar series was motivated by the general ongoing interest in the filed of AI, which is discussed both by Luxembourgian students of computer science and engineering, and current industrial partners. In respect, our aim is on acting as a b ridge between the theoretical foundations of AI practical applications through interesting talks, discussions and presentations. We focus on a scientific exchange to regional industry, neighbouring universities and research institutions.

Intended audience

The seminar will offer a glimpse at some basic areas of artificial intelligence. Each seminar is meant to be an interdisciplinary scientific event intended for students and people with a general interest in AI. Practitioners and researchers who plan to use AI technology or who are currently working in one of the IA fields are highly welcome. The participation is free of charge.

Tuesday, May 17

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
Prof. Dr. Jean-François Perrot, Laboratoire D'Informatique de Paris VI

Tuesday, May 24

Robots: Tools or Toys? Some Answers from Biorobotics, Developmental and Entertainment Robotics
Dr. Verena V. Hafner, SONY Computer Science Laboratory Paris

Tuesday, May 31

Computer Vision
Prof. Dr. Justuts H. Piater, University Liège

Tuesday, June 7

Multi-Agent-Approach for Control and Diagnosis of Complex Production Systems
Dr. Thomas Längle, University Karlsruhe

Tuesday, June 14

Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
Dr. Toni Bollinger, IBM Research and Development

Tuesday, June 21

Language Technology in Knowledge Markup and Ontology Evolution
Dr. Paul Buitelaar, DFKI Saarbrücken

Tuesday, June 28

Text Mining
Dr. René Witte, University Karlsruhe

Tuesday, July 5

Knowledge Representation and Reasoning via Answer Set Programming
Prof. Dr. Torsten Schaub, University Potsdam

All Talks at 15h30 Room B02
University of Luxembourg Campus Kirchberg
Entrance Free of Charge

Contact: Prof. Dr. Christoph Schommer - University of Luxembourg
EMail: Christoph.Schommer@uni.lu - Phone: +352 420101-228 - Fax: +352 432124