3rd UK Workshop on AI in Education
Cambridge, 10th December 2007
Call for Participation
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been incorporated into the curriculum of Computer Science degree schemes for a number of years now at both undergraduate and graduate levels. The field of AI encompasses a number of sub-disciplines including machine learning, constraint satisfaction, search, agents and multi-agent systems, reasoning, natural language engineering and processing to mention just a few. Despite the fact that the underlying research areas have developed over the years, teaching artificial intelligence and related topics presents a number of problems such as a heavy influence of one's own research expertise and specialization in deciding the content of such courses and a lack of standard methodologies and tools that practitioners can employ for teaching topics in this area. The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners that are interested in the teaching and education aspect of the field.
Researchers, practitioners and educators both from within and outside the UK are invited to contribute to and participate in the workshop.
The workshop will address issues specific to teaching AI and AI in education including, but not restricted to:
Paper submissions and expressions of interest
The deadline for submitting papers has now passed. Authors of accepted papers should use the templates (.doc and .rtf) for formatting their paper (10 pages maximum). If you would like to attend the workshop, please send a brief paragraph describing your interests in the area to Maria Fasli (email@example.com) by the 30th November 2007.
The workshop will be held at the Upper House in Peterhouse, Cambridge, UK. The program of presentations is as follows:
11:00 - 11:10 Welcome
11:10 - 11:30 Maintaining AI Provision in a Changing Curriculum: Work in Progress, John Kerins
11:30 - 11:50 Modelling student Uuncertainty and mental models using Bayesian and inductive logic techniques, Kate Taylor
11:50 - 12:10 Symbiosis in teaching AI to Psychology undergraduate students: A Case study, Jonathan Catling and Colin Price
12:10 - 12:30 Using an automated synthesis sustem for studying proof planning and automated reasoning, Yulia Korukhova
12: 30 - 13:15 ------- Lunch Break -------
13:15 - 13:35 Crossing the river with robots: Changing the way of working in an AI subject, Eduardo Ferme and Elsa Fernandes
13:35 - 13:55 RCX+PROLOG: A Platform to use Lego MindstormsTM Robots in Artificial Intelligence courses, Eduardo Ferme and Luis Gaspar
13:55 - 14:15 Learning in a simulated working environment, Peter Pel
14:15 - 14:35 Type-2 Fuzzy Logic Advisor for Evaluating Studentsí Cooperative Training, Owais Malik
14:35 - 14:45 Discussion and Closing
The workshop is held in conjunction with the AI-2007 Conference. To register for the workshop follow the link "registration" from the conference website.
University of Essex
Wivenhoe Park, Colchester CO4 3SQ
Worcester Business School
University of Worcester
Worcester, WR2 6AJ
Juan Carlos Augusto, University of Ulster at Jordanstown, UK
Martin Beer, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Joerg Denzinger, University of Calgary, Canada
Harko Verhagen, SICS, Sweden
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