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Spring Term 2012

The IFI colloquium talks will be held at the date indicated below. They start at 5.15 p.m.

Date Speaker Title Place Lang. Host
Thursday 08.03.2012Prof. Dr. Uli Sattler

Manchester University, U.K.
Automated Reasoning for Ontology Engineering

BIN 2.A.01EnglishAvi Bernstein
Thursday
15.03.2012
Prof. Dr.
Maytal Saar-Tsechansky


University of Texas, Austin, U.S.A.
Economic Information Acquisition for Improved Predictive Modeling and Decision MakingBIN
2.A.01
EnglishAvi Bernstein
Thursday
22.03.2012
Prof. Dr.
Stefan Evert

TU Darmstadt, Germany
Web N-Grams as a Resource for Corpus LinguisticsBIN
2.A.01
EnglishMartin Volk
Thursday
05.04.2012
CANCELLED!
Prof. Dr. Shwetak Patel

University of Washington, U.S.A.
Your Noise is My SignalBIN
2.A.01
EnglishElaine Huang
Thursday
19.04.2012
Prof. Dr.
Jean-Marc Pierson


Université de Toulouse, France
Towards Energy-aware Distributed SystemsBIN
2.A.01
EnglishLorenz Hilty
Thursday
03.05.2012
Prof. Dr.
Christian S. Jensen


Aarhus University, Denmark
On Supporting Location in Web QueryingBIN
2.A.01
EnglishMichael Böhlen
Thursday
24.05.2012
Prof. Dr.
David C. Parkes


Harvard University, U.S.A.
A Random Graph Model of Multi-Hospital Kidney ExchangesBIN
2.A.01
EnglishSven Seuken
Thursday
31.05.2012
Prof. Dr.
Jan Marco Leimeister


University of Kassel, Germany
IT-enabled Collective Intelligence in Innovation CommunitiesBIN
2.A.01
EnglishGerd Schwabe
Thursday 21.06.2012Prof. Dr.
Karl Lieberherr


Northeastern University, Boston, USA
Popperian Platform for Programming and Teaching the Global BrainBIN 2.A.01EnglishAvi Bernstein & Thomas Fritz

General Information

The colloquia are held in English and take place from 5.15 to 6.30 p.m. in room 2.A.01 at the Department of Informatics (ifi), Binzmühlestrasse 14, 8050 Zürich. After the talks there is time for discussions and to exchange ideas while enjoying a glass of wine or a soft drink and munchies.

Visiting a colloquium is free of charge and does not require registration.

If you have further questions please contact Miriam Plichta.