Research staff

A list of AIAI research staff

Member Interests
  Cristina Alexandru  
Longfei Chen Human behaviour analysis; Temporal modeling; Explainability; Visual sensing.
Xiao Chen
Xiao Chen Fault-tolerance and consistency algorithm design with reinforcement learning, consensus and trust management for blockchain and fintech systems, stochastic modelling and optimization theory.
Aurora Constantin Human-computer interaction, Digital learning, Multimodal interatcion, Assistive technologies, Educational technology, Technology for autism, Reference models, Participatory design.
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Chima Eke

Machine learning applications, including practical use in healthcare and other domains of high complexity.

J Hanna
Josiah Hanna Reinforcement learning .  The goal of my research is to develop and apply reinforcement learning algorithms that are effective with a limited amount of time interacting with a task. 
Xue Li Knowledge representation, theory repairing by combining abduction, belief revision and conceptual change via reformation based on automated reasoning, and the applications of theory repairing.
  Benedicte Legastelois  
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Quratul-ain Mahesar

Knowledge representation, automated reasoning, argumentation, dialogue systems, decision support systems, symbolic AI and explainable AI.
Kobby Nuamah Knowledge representation, question answering using inferences from web knowledge graphs, distributed reasoning systems, uncertainty.
Gideon Ogunniye
Gideon Ogunniye ReEnTrust project. The project explores new technological opportunities for platforms to regain user trust and aims to identify how this may be achieved in ways that are user-driven and responsible.
  Eugene Philalithis Cognition, reasoning, psycholinguistics of coordination, semantics of artificial intelligence. Automated reasoning applications in behavioural science. Quantitative methods, cognitive and language modelling.
Lena Podoletz
Lena Podoletz Algorithmic transparency; algorithmic bias and discrimination; fairness; accountability; explainability; regulation of algorithmic decision systems; algorithms in the criminal justice system.