1 February 2012

ACSE Research Seminar Programme Spring 2012

The Department of Automatic Control & Systems Engineering is pleased to announce the ACSE Research Seminar Programme for Spring 2012. All seminars are held in the Sir Henry Stephenson Building (Lecture Theatre 2), Mappin Street, Sheffield, from 14:00 to 15:00, and are open for anybody to attend.

 

 1 February 2012

Knowledge Embedding: Multiobjective Model-Building From Data

Prof. Ricardo Takahashi

Department of Mathematics

Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG)

Brazil

 

8 February 2012

Predicting Structure in Turbulence

Dr. Ati S. Sharma

Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering

The University of Sheffield

 

15 February 2012

Analysis of the Call Group Structure in the BT Call Records Dataset

Dr. David K. Hunter

School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering

University of Essex

 

22 February 2012

Nonlinear Systems Analysis Tools Using Sum of Squares

Dr. Antonis Papachristodoulou

Control Group

Department of Engineering Science

University of Oxford

 

29 February 2012

Interaction Studies with Robot Home Companions

Prof. Kerstin Dautenhahn

Adaptive Systems Research Group

School of Computer Science

The University of Hertfordshire

 

7 March 2012

Abstractions for Flexible Decision Making in Changing Task Contexts

Dr. Subramanian Ramamoorthy

School of Informatics 

The University of Edinburgh

 

21 March 2012

DYVERSE: A New Kind of Control for Hybrid Systems

Dr. Eva M. Navarro-López

School of Computer Science

University of Manchester

 

28 March 2012

Why is My Computer Not a Brain?

Prof. Peter J. Bentley

Department of Computer Science

University College London


Information about the ACSE seminar series: http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/acse/research/seminars