SGAI Symposia and Workshops
We have recently relaunched our programme of low-cost one-day Symposia and Workshops. Details of forthcoming events will be placed here as soon as they become available.
Basics of Artificial Intelligence
The full-day workshop on 'Basics of Artificial Intelligence', held as part of AI-2006, will be repeated in London at the British Computer Society Offices near Covent Garden on July 12th 2007. Click here for details.
BCS SGAI Symposium/Colloquium on Intelligence in Security and Forensic Computing
The Centre for Mobile Computing and Security in the School of Computing at Napier University, Edinburgh is organizing the BCS SGAI Symposium/Colloquium on Intelligence in Security and Forensic Computing on Monday, 3 April 2006.
Wednesday 26 April 2006, John Innes Conference Centre, Norwich Research Park,
Frans Coenen, University of Liverpool
Alex Freitas, University of Kent
Website url: UKKDD’06
Registration Fee includes: coffee/tea on arrival and during break periods, lunch, and a copy of the Symposium proceedings.
BCS / SGAI Member £35.00
To register for the Symposium please use the registration form. Any enquiries regarding registration should be sent to:
Dr Beatriz de la Iglesia: School of Computing Sciences, UEA, Norwich, NR4 7TJ
Wednesday 6 April 2005, The University of Liverpool
The one day symposium is intended to provide a forum for discussion, dissemination and exchange of ideas between practitioners and researchers working within the broad field of Knowledge Discovery in Data (KDD). To this end a number of key people will be presenting a "state of the art" review of much of the KDD research work currently in progress within UK institutions. It is hoped that the symposium will attract delegates, both national and international, who are either directly involved in KDD or have a significant interest in the subject, and that the meeting will consequently afford an opportunity for lively debate and discussion. The symposium will end with a plenary session to discuss future directions and opportunities.
BCS SGAI Symposium/Colloquium on Mobile
and Complex Agent Systems
Organised by the Distributed Systems and Mobile Agents (DSMA) research group, School of Computing, Napier University
Nottingham Trent University, UK
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