Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


Upcoming Seminars

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Past Seminars

Wednesday  May. 20, 2015
AI Lab Mini-Symposium
Michael Wellman ("Program Chair")


Tuesday  May. 19, 2015
Learning Intelligent Assistants for Understanding Behavior
Dragos D. Margineantu
Senior Scientist, Boeing Technical Fellow
Boeing Research & Technology


Monday  May. 04, 2015
Learning Better Clinical Risk Models
Alexander Van Esbroeck


Friday  May. 01, 2015
Search-based Software Refactoring: Towards Semantics Preservation
Marouane Kessentini
Assistant Professor
University of Michigan-Dearborn


Tuesday  Apr. 28, 2015
Online Mapping and Perception Algorithms for Multi-robot Teams Operating in Urban Environments
Johannes Strom


Monday  Apr. 27, 2015
Learning and Searching Methods for Robust, Real-Time Visual Odometry
Andrew Richardson


Tuesday  Apr. 21, 2015
Generalizing Inverse Reinforcement Learning for the Real World
Prashant Doshi
Associate Professor of Computer Science
University of Georgia


Monday  Apr. 20, 2015
Agent Aware Organizational Design
Jason Sleight

NLP Driven Models for Automatically Generating Survey Articles for Scientific Topics
Rahul Jha

Practical Natural Language Processing for Minority Languages
Ben King


Tuesday  Feb. 17, 2015
Low-Rank Spectral Learning for Predictive State Representations
Alex Kulesza
Postdoc
University of Michigan


Tuesday  Feb. 10, 2015
Set-Valued Dynamic Treatment Regimes for Competing Outcomes
Dan Lizotte
Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics
University of Western Ontario


Tuesday  Jan. 20, 2015
On Hold: How Waiting For an Answer Affects the Choice of Question
and
Interactive Task Learning

Ed Durfee and John Laird
University of Michigan


Tuesday  Jan. 13, 2015
Human-Centered Computing: Using Speech to Understand Behavior
and
Academic Matchmaking: Pairing Faculty with Graduate Student Applicants

Emily Mower Provost and Rada Mihalcea
University of Michigan


Monday  Jan. 12, 2015
Semantic World Knowledge for NLP
Mohit Bansal
Research Assistant Professor
TTI-Chicago

 

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