Tanya Braun
| | Talks

Planned Talks of the Research Group in the Summer / Fall

  • Tanya Braun: "What's intelligence got to do with it? - Artificial Intelligence Research", German-Swiss Geodynamics Workshop, Haltern am See, 29.8.2023
    (slides here)
  • Tanya Braun: "On Domain-specific Topic Modelling Using the Case of a Humanities Journal", based on the workshop submission of the same name based on the BA thesis by Nadja Redzuan, published together with Marcel Gehrke und Ralf Möller, University of Lübeck, CHAI 2023 3rd Workshop on Humanities-centred AI, co-located with KI 2023, Berlin, 26.9.23 (slides)
  • Nazlı Nur Karabulut: "Solving Isomorphic Dec-POMDPs Using Bayesian Games", Doctoral Consortium, International Conference on Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (KR-23), Rhodos, 6.9.2023
  • Tanya Braun: "Artificial Intelligence in a Nutshell" (preliminary), Grand Rounds, Department of Mental Health, University Hospital Münster, 8.12.23
    (slides here)

Tanya Braun
| | Tutorials

Tutorial at KI 2023

The RG Data Science will be part of KI 2023, the main conferences of the German AI community, through a tutorial on semantic systems under minimal data and text understanding. The tutorial is a collaborative effort between Tanya Braun together with Magnus Bender and Marcel Gehrke from the University of Lübeck.

Tutorial website here.

Tanya Braun
| | Tutorials

Tutorial at KR 2023

The RG Data Science will be part of KR 2023, one of the leading conferences in the field of Knowledge Representation, through a tutorial on Statistical Relational AI. The tutorial is a collaborative effort between Tanya Braun, Marcel Gehrke from the University of Lübeck, and Marco Wilhelm from the TU Dortmund University.

Tutorial website here.

Tanya Braun
| | Thesis Project Call

Thesis projects in cooperation with the Institute of Neuropathology started

In cooperation with Christian Thomas and Martin Hasselblatt of the Institut of Neuropathology of the UKM, we are offering a thesis project in the area of machine learning. The aim is to predict a gene mutation from DNA methylation profiles.

More information here.

Update: A Bachelor and a master thesis project are set to start in April.