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Summer School on
ADVANCES IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
16-20 September 2019

Villa del Grumello, Como (Italy)

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming a core research and application area, pervading many fields of knowledge and offering new perspective in the computational landscape of the future. The main purpose of this first edition of the Summer School “Advances in Artificial Intelligence” is to gather scholars, researchers and PhD students to learn and explore the main advanced topics offered by AI with a wide look towards new perspectives coming by innovative technological scenarios.

The structure of the School comprises five main sessions: “Learning, reasoning and beyond”, “Frontiers of knowledge representation”, “Social and collective intelligence”, “Affective, virtual and interactive AI”, and “Worlds of AI applications”.

The organization of the School includes presentations, discussions and contributions, and proposes research challenges and open issues, as well as concrete case studies related to research and application projects. Participants will be asked to actively contribute in the discussions and PhD students will be required to develop a final project proposing a novel integrated research or application proposal exploiting the knowledge and information acquired throughout the courses. The participants will earn 2.5 credits from the PhD School of the University of Milano-Bicocca.

The Summer School is under the Patronage of the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence and it is organized by the CINI National Lab – University of Milano-Bicocca Node “Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Systems”.

 

Chairs

Stefania Bandini*, Giuseppe Vizzari
Department of Informatics, Systems and Communications (University of Milano-Bicocca)
*Research center for Advanced Science and Technology (The University of Tokyo)

Lecturers

Simone Bianco (University of Milano-Bicocca – ITALY)
Fabio Luca Bonali (University of Milano-Bicocca – ITALY)
Davide Ciucci (University of Milano-Bicocca – ITALY)
Sarah Cosentino (Waseda University, Tokyo – JAPAN)
Florian Coulmas (University of Duisburg – GERMANY)
Elisabetta Fersini (University of Milano-Bicocca – ITALY)
Francesca Gasparini (University of Milano-Bicocca – ITALY)
Marco Gori (University of Siena – ITALY)
Rafah Hosn (Microsoft Research, New York – USA)
Tomoo Matsuda (Mitsubishi Research Institute, Tokyo, JAPAN)
Enza Messina (University of Milano-Bicocca – ITALY)
Matteo Palmonari (University of Milano-Bicocca – ITALY)
Rafael Penaloza (University of Milano-Bicocca – ITALY)
Gabriella Pasi (University of Milano-Bicocca – ITALY)
Luigi Portinale (University of Eastern Piedmont – ITALY)
Katsuhiro Nishinari (RCAST, The University of Tokyo – JAPAN)
Alessandro Ricci (University of Bologna – ITALY)
David Rudrauf (University of Geneve – SWITZERLAND)
Luciano Serafini (Fondazione Bruno Kesskler, Trento – ITALY)
Fabio Stella (University of Milano-Bicocca, ITALY)
Guglielmo Tamburrini (University of Naples “Federico II” – ITALY)
Marco Viviani (University of Milano-Bicocca – ITALY)
Giuseppe Vizzari (University of Milano-Bicocca – ITALY)