A Professorial Inaugural lecture by Honghai Liu, Professor of Intelligent Systems from the School of Creative Technologies is taking place in October. In this lecture, Professor Liu will present a novel research theory that he and his team have developed, an approximate reasoning based computational framework.
The theory has been used on four applications and he will discuss two of these; the manipulation of prosthetic limbs and the analysis of human body motion through CCTV cameras. This theory overcomes both practical and theoretical research constraints and provides a solution to one of the problems in intelligent systems. Professor Liu has research interests in machine intelligence, multi-sensor fusion, fuzzy and qualitative reasoning, knowledge representation, motion planning, robotic systems and web-based systems. His research has been funded by a range of funding bodies including the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
Date: Wednesday 23 October 2013
Time: 6.00-7.00pm, followed by a drinks reception
Venue: The Atrium, Portland Building, Portland Street, Portsmouth PO1 3AH
Parking: Pay and Display Parking (£2) are available in the Milldam car park nearby at this address: Milldam Building, Burnaby Road, Portsmouth PO1 3AS
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