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.
Dr. Luca Longo, Dr. Pierpaolo Dondio and Dr. John Kelleher from the school of Computing, at Dublin Institute of Technology are attending and actively participating in the COST action PEERE on new frontiers on peer-review in Athens, Greece.
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 […]
On Tuesday the 9th of December 2014 , as part of the AIRC/School of Computing research seminar series, Dr. Sarah Jane Delay gave a seminar on Text Analytics. Abstract: Text Analytics is the process of extracting actionable insight from collections of textual documents which are characterised by their unstructured nature. […]
On Thursday 20th November, as part of the AIRC/School of Computing research seminar series, Mr Pat Browne presented an excellent talk on: “Using Algebraic Specifications for Representing and Structuring Geographic Information”
Patrick and Amy have created a powerpoint presentation explaining the techniques they used for their entry in the AISTATS Active Learning Challenge. The presentation is based on two short papers submitted to the Active Learning and Experimental Design Workshop: SVM Based Active Learning with Exploration Exploring the Frontier of Uncertainty Space