The topic of discussion is: How AI has changed the research landscape in the last few decades? Where is the current trend leading to? What it takes a graduate student to contribute to the field?
The discussion is moderated by Sara Y. Mahmoud, a Ph.D. student in Informatics at the University of Skövde. Sara works in artificial cognitive systems and intelligent vehicles and specializes in Deep Learning and Reinforcement Learning. The panel consists of five senior researchers from the Högskolan i Skövde:
- Peter Anderberg, professor in Health Sciences and leads several research projects with a focus on the development of technology and services for older people.
- Amos H.C. Ng, professor in Production and Automation Engineering. His current research interest lies in combining multi-disciplinary simulations and AI-based prescriptive analytics for supporting decision-making in manufacturing/service/health-care domains.
- Jörgen Hansson, professor in informatics. His research areas include safety-critical systems, software architecture, and dependability aspects.
- Nikolaos Kourentzes, professor in predictive analytics, researching various areas of time series modeling and business forecasting, using Artificial Intelligence, Econometrics, and Statistics.
- Jane Synnergren, associate professor in bioinformatics. Her research is focused on analysis methods for the identification of biomarkers and the integration of multiple types of omics data.
This event was hosted by Ph.D. Student Council at Högskolan i Skövde and was sponsored by IPSI (Industrial Ph.D. School in Informatics) is a business research school at Högskolan i Skövde.