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Applicant Visit Day

This story published on Monday 6 March 2017
Campus parking announcement: Saturday 11 March


First prize for AI traffic control system that thinks for itself

This story published on Wednesday 11 November 2015
“...the goal of autonomic transport systems is to reduce reliance on decision-making by human controllers...”


Partnering BT to create added value from the Internet of Things

This story published on Tuesday 13 October 2015
Professor Grigoris Antoniou aims to develop a platform to harness and manage diverse data


Huddersfield professor becomes an Olympic champion ... of logic

This story published on Tuesday 23 September 2014
Professor Wolfgang Faber leads the team that took gold in the FLoC Olympics Answer Set Programming (ASP) Modelling Competition


KTP success for the Uni's School of Computing and Engineering

This story published on Monday 1 September 2014
Seven Knowledge Transfer Partnerships already in the pipeline with the number set to double over the next twelve months


Uni computer scientists assess entries for ICAPS 2014 competition

This story published on Tuesday 15 April 2014
Artificial intelligence programs to be tested on Huddersfield’s high performance computers


Leader in ASP joins PARK

This story published on Tuesday 25 February 2014
Wolfgang Faber’s current research interests are in knowledge representation, logic programming, nonmonotonic reasoning, planning and knowledge-based agents. He has published more than 100 refereed articles and papers in journals, collections, and conference proceedings in these areas.


International Competition on Autonomic Road Transport

This story published on Monday 24 February 2014
First Run of International Competition on Autonomic Road Transport held in The Hague The COST ARTS (Autonomic Road Transport Support) Network held its first competition in October 2013 to accelerate developments in software support for self-managing road transport.


Deterministic Track of the 2014 International Planning Competitio

This story published on Monday 24 February 2014
The IPC is a biennial event organized via ICAPS to provide an empirical comparison of the state of the art of PDDL-accepting planning systems. It accelerates the development of research prototypes, provides challenges and a set of growing benchmarks to the Planning community, and leads to new directions for research and new links with other fields of AI.


PARK’s growing presence in the planning community continues

This story published on Monday 24 February 2014
PARK’s growing presence in the Planning Community continues with four papers accepted for ICAPS 2014


World project managing linked open data gets underway

This story published on Wednesday 18 December 2013
€400k SemData project welcomes first overseas researchers to Huddersfield


PRELIDA underway with first meeting in Italy

This story published on Wednesday 29 May 2013
University of Huddersfield the sole UK representative


Grand Challenges for the 21st Century

This story published on Thursday 14 March 2013
The School of Computing and Engineering is offering two full fee-waiver scholarships** to outstanding international student applicants wishing to pursue engineering research...


A Semantic Web prime-mover

This story published on Tuesday 6 November 2012
Semantic Web prof primes for third edition of classic text


The Thought Process

This story published on Wednesday 1 August 2012
Professor Lee McCluskey and a £16 million project to create thinking robots


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