To celebrate the lustrum of SV CognAC this years’ theme is “The Best of ACAIS”. Researchers from all over the country will present their latest work on topics such as Social Robotics, Privacy, Computer Vision, Creativity and Domotics.
Are you interested in the latest developments regarding the research field of Artificial Intelligence?
Join us on the 17th of May and discover!
ACAIS 2016 takes place on the 17th of May in Nijmegen,
from 9:30 till 17:30 with an optional dinner till 21:30.
Currently confirmed programme below. See the Timetable for the full programme!
|Time||Track 1||Track 2|
|9:30||Registration & coffee/tea|
|10:45|| Automated Vehicles |
Dimitrios Kotiadis, TU Delft
|11:45|| Machine Vision and Human Perception |
Boris Lenseigne, TU Delft
| Artificial Creativity |
Stefan Leijnen, Amsterdam UAS
|13:15|| Learning algorithms, data silos and their hidden impact on society |
Thomas Markus, Topicus Onderwijs
| Computer-aided Diagnosis of Dementia |
Esther Bron, Biomedical Imaging Group Rotterdam, Erasmus MC/NL
|14:15|| Domotics |
Robert Sassen, Athom
| From neural activation to robot sensorimotor interaction |
Beata Grzyb, Radboud University
|15:30|| [email protected] |
Dr. Tijn van der Zant, [email protected]
Waterstraat 146-A, 6541 TN Nijmegen
This community center placed in the 'Waterkwartier' of Nijmegen not only offers a kitchen, youth center, dancing room, and a grand café, but also offers more than enough room to host our symposium.
Tickets are sold through Eventbrite and can be paid using iDeal or creditcard. Registration closes Monday, May 16th 11:59 PM.
ACAIS is an annual symposium organised by a team of students, all studying Artificial Intelligence at the Radboud University. ACAIS and the committee are part of study association CognAC. Our philosophy: for and by students; organising an event that stimulates new insights and the exchange of information.
ACAIS is non-profit and is fully funded by ticket fees, subsidies and sponsorships. See below for everyone who contributed to nine years of ACAIS history.
See our previous editions for more information.