Seminar Series: Formalising Human Mental Workload as a Defeasible Computational Concept


On Thursday 19th of February 2015, as part of the AIRC/School of Computing research seminar series, Dr. Luca Longo presented a seminar on:

Formalising Human Mental Workload as a Defeasible Computational Concept

This presentation was based on Dr. Longo’s PhD thesis which you can access from: this page on Research Gate.


About luca

Luca Longo is currently assistant lecturer in the School of Computing at DIT. His research interests are in argumentation theory (AT) and defeasible reasoning (DR) applied in knowledge representation (KR) and decision-making (DM). Specifically, domains of application include human-computer interaction (HCI), human mental workload (MWL) and health-care (HC). Luca owns a bachelor and a master with honour and distinction in computer science (Italy), a post-graduate diploma in statistics, a master with distinction in health informatics and a phd in Artificial Intelligence at Trinity College Dublin.

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