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ALIAS (Artificial Life, Intelligence and Adaptive Systems) Schedule

ALIAS (Artificial Life, Intelligence and Adaptive Systems) Schedule

This page provides a preliminary schedule for the ALIAS meetings. Dates here are likely to change and only serve as orientation.
ALIAS stands for Artificial Life, Intelligence and Adaptive Systems, i.e. it is an alias for the group seminars formerly known as EAL (Embodied Artificial Life).


Talks (preliminary)

Name Date Topic Room Status
25. Jan 2012
01. Feb 2012
08. Feb 2012
Takuma Torii 22. Feb 2012
29. Feb 2012
Mick Walters 07. Mar 2012 CHARLY, A Companion Humanoid Autonomous Robot for Living with You C404
Michael Bowler 14. Mar 2012 Haptic Rehabilitation: A Home-Based System C404
Fotis Papadopoulos 21. Mar 2012 Socially Interactive Robots as Mediators in Human-Human Remote Communication C404
Angelo Basteris 28. Mar 2012 Motor skill learning and rehabilitation C404
04. Apr 2012 Easter Break
11. Apr 2012
Sharon Nijenhuis 18. Apr 2012 Robotic support for arm and hand treatment after stroke C402
25. Apr 2012 Away Day
Radhika Chemuturi 02. May 2012 'A'daptive robotic assistance in post-stroke rehabilitation: the GENTLE/A D450
09. May 2012
16. May 2012
Sandra Cristina Cunha Costa 23. May 2012 Applications of simple LEGO robots to encourage social receptiveness of adolescents and children with autism D120
30. May 2012
06. Jun 2012
Nate Derbinsky 13. Jun 2012 Effective and Efficient Memory for Generally Intelligent Agents C406
20. Jun 2012
27. Jun 2012
04. Jul 2012
Marta Diaz and Cecilio Angulo 11. Jul 2012 Research on robot-based programs for enhancing children's health and well-being D120
Jane Burridge 19. Jul 2012 What you want is what does you good! Barriers and facilitators in Assistive Technologies in stroke rehabilitation: A survey of the views of healthcare professionals, patients and carers C152 Note unusual time: 13:00-14:00
25. Jul 2012
01. Aug 2012
08. Aug 2012
Goren Gordon 30. Aug 2012 Hierarchical Curiosity Loops - Model, Behavior and Robotics B154 - Note: Thursday! Thursday!
05. Sep 2012
12. Sep 2012
Mihoko Otake 20. Sep 2012 Social Interaction Support via Coimagination E115 Thursday!
Jaeryoung Lee 25. Sep 2012 Which Robot Features Can Stimulate Better Responses from Children with Autism in Robot-Assisted Therapy? C154 Tuesday!
03. Oct 2012
10. Oct 2012
17. Oct 2012
Arno Stienen 18. Apr 2013 Synergies and Spasticity in Stroke: How to Quantify Intertwined Impairments Using Robotics D450 Thursday!
24. Apr 2013
01. May 2013
08. May 2013
Elizabeth Kirk 29. May 2013 Cancelled
05. Jun 2013
12. Jun 2013
19. Jun 2013
John Lones 31. Jul 2013 Hormone-Modulated Epigenetics D102
07. Aug 2013
14. Aug 2013
21. Aug 2013
Luke Wood 04. Sep 2013 Robot-Mediated Interviews: Does a robotic interviewer impact question difficulty and information recovery? F315
Dr Daniel Gurney - Department of Psychology 11. Sep 2013 Misleading eyewitnesses through gesture: Studying the role of nonverbal communication in police questioning F315
18. Sep 2013
25. Sep 2013
02. Oct 2013
Gabriele Trovato 13. Jan 2014 Customising culture-dependent robot design and non-verbal communication LC152 Monday, unusal time: 13:00-14:00!
22. Jan 2014
29. Jan 2014
05. Feb 2014

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