Presentation Schedule

Note: no more than two students should sign up for the same day. Please send me your paper for approval one week before your scheduled presentation date.
  1. Feb 24:
  2. Mar 1: Hector Lugo, A Robust Speech Recognition System for Service Robotics Applications
  3. Mar 3:
  4. Mar 15: Amy Hoover, Evolving Policy Geometry for Scalable Multiagent Learning
  5. Mar 17: Mahsa Maghami
  6. Mar 22: Sarah Buchanan, A Multiagent Approach to Q-Learning for Daily Stock Trading
  7. Mar 24: Stephen Raabe, Evolving Driving Controllers using Genetic Programming
  8. Mar 29: Brian Woolley, Learning and generation of goal-directed arm reaching from scratch
  9. Mar 31: Ikker Gumus, Learning Context-Based Neural Networks to Maintain Coherence among Entities States in a Distributed Simulation; Saad Khan Real-time Path Planning for Virtual Agents in Dynamic Environments
  10. Apr 5: Phil Bell, Beyond the Elves: Making Intelligent Agents Intelligent; Zachary Neyland A Turing Test for Computer Game Bots
  11. Apr 7: Chris Zonca, UCT for Tactical Assault in RTS Games; John Aedo, From Solitary to Collective Behaviours: Decision Making and Cooperation; Mike Zielinski, Graph-based Multi-agent Replanning Algorithm
  12. Apr 12: Michael Do, Exploiting Open-Endedness to Solve Problems through the Search for Novelty; Juliet Norton, Evolutionary Conditions for the Emergence of Communication
  13. Apr 14: Xi Wang, HMI Based on DBN Probablistic Intention Recognition; Moises Benzaquen, An Automatic Approach to Online Color Training in Robocup Environments
  14. Apr 19: Travis Roe, Exploiting the Unexpected: Negative Evidence Modeling and Proprioceptive Motion Modeling for Improved Markov Localization; Brandon Ochs Increasing Replayability with Deliberative and Reactive Planning; Albert Park, All Robots Are Not Created Equal: The Design and Perception of Humanoid Robot Heads