Monsieur Randy Goebel

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Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute
Participe à 1 Item
  Professeur agrégé, Département d’informatique, Université d’Alberta
Vice-président associé (recherche), vice-président associé (affaires académiques), et chercheur principal, Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute (AMII).
 
Le travail théorique de Randy Goebel sur l’abduction, le raisonnement hypothétique et la révision de croyances est reconnu à l’international. Ses recherches récentes portent sur la formalisation de la visualisation, dont les applications incluent la prospection de données sur le Web, l’optimisation, le traitement automatique du langage, le raisonnement de type juridique, les données médicales et les transports intelligents.
 
Il a œuvré comme professeur-chercheur aux universités de Waterloo, Tokyo, Hokkaido (Sapporo), et à la Multimedia University de Kuala Lumpur. Il fut chercheur invité au National Institute of Informatics de Tokyo, au Centre de recherche allemand sur l’intelligence artificielle (DFKI), et au Centre de recherche NICTA à Sydney, Australie. Il participe à des projets de recherche collaborative au Canada, au Japon, en Chine et en Allemagne.

Professor of Computing Science, Department of Computing Science, University of Alberta
Associate Vice President (Research) and Associate Vice President (Academic), and principle investigator in the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute (AMII)


R.G. (Randy) Goebel is currently professor of Computing Science in  the Department of Computing Science at the University of Alberta, Associate Vice President (Research) and Associate Vice President (Academic), and principle investigator in the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute (AMII). He received the B.Sc. (Computer Science), M.Sc. (Computing Science), and Ph.D. (Computer Science) from the Universities
of Regina, Alberta, and British Columbia, respectively.
 
Professor Goebel's theoretical work on abduction, hypothetical reasoning and belief revision is internationally well known, and his recent research is focused on the formalization of visualization, with applications in several application areas including web mining, optimization, natural language processing, legal reasoning, precision health, and intelligent transportation.
 
Randy has previously held faculty appointments at the University of Waterloo, University of Tokyo, Multimedia University (Kuala Lumpur), Hokkaido University (Sapporo), visiting researcher engagements at National Institute of Informatics (Tokyo), DFKI (Germany), and NICTA (Australia); is actively involved in collaborative research projects in Canada, Japan, China, and Germany.  

Items auxquels Monsieur Randy Goebel participe

jeudi nov. 2, 2017

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