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University of Crete, Greece
Grigoris is a Professor of Computer Science Institute of Computer Science Foundation for Research and Technology. He works in the area of knowledge representation and recently completed a book on the Semantic Web which will be published by MIT Press in 2004
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University of California, Berkley USA
Bruce is Chair of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 and a member of the WC3 Advisory Committee. Conference Chair for the Open Forum on Metadata Registries 2003.
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Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
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DSTO, Australia
Peter is a Senior Research Scientist at DSTC in Brisbane. Peter is active in the information retrieval community and we are working with him on Conceptual Spaces and Similarity Measures.
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Byrne Data
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Ernst and Young
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University of Science and Technology of China
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Disrupt
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Linkopping University
Director of the Artificial Intelligence and Integrated Computer Systems Division, Linkoping University, Sweden.
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Masahiro Fujita
Sony Corporation, Japan
Masahiro is the General Manager and Chief Distinguished Researcher of the Intelligent Systems Research Laboratory, Information Technologies Laboratories
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Stanford University
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Sajjad Haider
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Oxford University
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Australian National University in Canberra
Professor in the Research School of Computer Science (RSCS) at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra, (Seminar 11 March 2010)
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PhD graduate of Stanford University, currently works in department of civil engineering at National Taiwan University (Seminar 11 Aug 2010)
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University of Twente, The Netherlands
Associate Professor Distributed and Embedded Security and University Professor and Director of the Institute of Distributed Systems at Ulm University (seminar 16/4/2010)
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Visual Risk
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RWTH Aachen University
Professor of Computer Science and head of the knowledge-based systems group. (seminar 21 Apr 2010)
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Kings College London, UK
Professor David Clement Makinson is Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Computer Science, King's College, London and a member of its Group of Logic, Language and Computation. David invented the area of Belief Revision with Peter Gärdenfors and Carlos Alchourron, and contributed seminal work to the area of nonmonotonic reasoning.
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Ernst and Young
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Professor of Computer Science, Stanford University, USA
John McCarthy has been interested in artificial intelligence since 1948 and coined the term in 1955. His main artificial intelligence research area has been the formalization of common sense knowledge. He invented the LISP programming language in 1958, developed the concept of time-sharing in the late fifties and early sixties, and has worked on proving that computer programs meet their specifications since the early sixties. He invented the circumscription method of non-monotonic reasoning in 1978. His main research in recent times is formalizing common sense knowledge and reasoning. McCarthy received the A. M. Turing award of the Association for Computing Machinery in 1971 and was elected President of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence for 1983-84 and is a Fellow of that organization. He received the first Research Excellence Award of the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence in 1985, the Kyoto Prize of the Inamori Foundation in November 1988, and the National Medal of Science in 1990. He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering and the National Academy of Sciences. He has received honorary degreees from Linkoping University in Sweden, the Polytechnic University of Madrid, Colby College, Trinity College, Dublin and Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. He has been declared a Distinguished Alumnus by the California Institute of Technology
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Professor University of Toronto (Canada) and University of Trento (Italy)
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University of Frieberg
Bernhard Nebel, University of Freiburg: GermanyBernhard is Professor at Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg and head of the research group on foundations of AI. He is a member of the IJCAI Inc board of trustees, and a member of the graduate school on Mathematical Logic and Its Applications, and used to be a member of the graduate school on Human and Machine Intelligence, which ended in March 2002. Among other professional services, he served as the Program Co-chair for the 3rd International Conference on Principles of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (KR'92), as the Program Co-chair for the 18th German Annual Conference on AI (KI'94), as the General Chair of the 21st German Annual Conference on Artificial Intelligence (KI'97), and as the Program Chair for the 17th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI'01). In 2001, Bernhard Nebel was elected as an ECCAI fellow.
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University of Maryland, USA
Professor in the College of Information Studies and the Institute for Advanced Computer Studies  (seminar 11 Mar 2010)
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Saleha Raza
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DARPA, USA
John is Program Manager at DARPA for the Dynamic Assembly for System Adaptability, Dependability, and Assurance (DASADA) program. He has conducted information processing research for his entire professional career - on systems ranging in size from the encoder mechanism of a single cell in the Limulus (horseshoe crab) eye to the World Wide Military Command and Control (WWMCCS) system. His education includes a Ph.D. in Computer Science and an M.S. in Neurophysiology from the University of Minnesota, and a B.S. in Zoology from George Washington University.
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Florian Schaub
Ulm University, Germany
Institute of Media Informatics (seminar 16/4/2010)
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Dresden University of Technology, Germany
Michael is a Professor in Computational Logic at TU Dresden. He works in the area of Cognitive Robotics and developed FLUX, a high-level programming system for cognitive agents of all kinds, including autonomous robots.
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Stanford University
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Google
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Feng Xue
University of Science and Technology of China