Research Seminar Logic and AI

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Research Seminar Logic and AI

In this research seminar, we invite speakers to present their research on topics related to logic and artificial intelligence. This includes presentations of published or accepted papers, rehearsals for future talks at conferences, defenses of very good student theses, as well as presentations of ongoing research. Coffee is usually provided. All are welcome.

The seminar is organized by the Knowledge-Based Systems group. Please contact Lukas Gerlach if you would like to give a talk or invite a speaker.

Schedule and Location

The seminar takes place most Thursdays from 11.00 – 12.00. The research seminar takes place in a hybrid form, online through Big Blue Button and physically in APB 3027. Please see the detailed program for information on upcoming seminars.

Recent and Upcoming Talks

2024-06-13 Bartosz Bednarczyk Data Complexity in Expressive Description Logics With Path Expressions
2024-06-06 Stephan Mennicke Musings on Graph Data, Schemas, Modality, and Coinduction
2024-05-30 Philipp Hanisch Chase Termination Beyond Polynomial Time
2024-05-16 Antonio Hentschke Minesweeper goes Kaboom (in ASP) - and what makes it difficult
2024-04-25 Jesse Heyninck An Algebraic Notion of Conditional Independence, and its Application to Knowledge Representation
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