Text in image: Initiative seminar on AI, 4-5 March 2019. And official kickoff for Chalmers AI Research Centre

Exhibition

​During the lunch breaks of both days we are offering Chalmers/GU researchers to present their AI research in an exhibition in the foyer at Lindholmen conference centre.

Monday 4th March, at 12.00-13.00, in the foyer

  • Reinforcement Learning with Expert Advice (Poster)
    Constantin Cronrath, Electrical Engineering
  • Astrophysical dynamos: Exploring nonlinear models to describe magnetic field generation (Laptop)
    Farrukh Nauman, Department of Space, Earth and Environment    
  • AI in sports (Poster)
    Moa Johansson, Computer Science and Engineering     
  • Probabilistic Machine Learning for Energy Consumption Prediction of Electric Vehicles (Poster)
    Rafael Basso, Electrical Engineering    
  • Driver behaviour modeling, Human-Machine Interaction (Poster)
    Pinar Boyraz Baykas, Mechanics and Maritime Sciences    
  • Machine learning for defect prediction (Laptop)
    Khaled Al Sabbagh, Software Engineering    
  • Software engineering for AI (Laptop)
    Lucy Ellen Lwakatare, Software Engineering
  • Person identification from walking sound on wooden floor (Poster)
    Georgios Diapoulis, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Division of Applied Acoustics    
  • Shifting clinical frontiers with biomedical engineering (Poster/Laptop)
    Sara Bogren, MedTech West    
  • Conversational AI (Poster)
    Sylvie Saget, CLASP, FLOV, University of Gothenburg    
                

Tuesday 5th March, at 12.00-13.00, in the foyer     

  • AI and Cognitive Computing (Laptop)
    Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic, Computer Science and Engineering     
  • Environment perception for Autonomous Vehicles (Poster/Laptop)
    Karl Granström, Department of Electrical Engineering    
  • Reinforcement Learning with Expert Advice (Poster)
    Constantin Cronrath, Electrical Engineering    
  • Probabilistic Machine Learning for Energy Consumption Prediction of Electric Vehicles (Poster)
    Rafael Basso, Electrical Engineering    
  • Explainable Machine Translation (Laptop)
    Aarne Ranta, Computer Science and Engineering     
  • Decentralized Scheduling for Cooperative Localization with Deep Reinforcement Learning (Laptop)
    Bile Peng, Electrical engineering    
  • Software engineering for AI (Laptop)
    Lucy Ellen Lwakatare, Software Engineering
  • Cross-lingual Lexical Resources for Explainable Machine Translation (Poster/Laptop)
    Krasimir Angelov, Computer Science and Engineering
  • VirtualCity@Chalmers - Exploring the Future of Smart and Virtual Cities (Laptop)
    Bernd Ketzler, Chalmers



Published: Sat 19 Jan 2019. Modified: Mon 18 Feb 2019