News & Events
- PhD Poster Day
Learn about the research being done by our second year PhD students
- Article in VentureBeat
Dr. Louise Dennis was quoted in an article in VentureBeat on `The Development of AI Ethics must keep pace with Innovation' talking about the work of the Autonomy and Verification Laboratory on the development of ethical reasoning for autonomous sys
- Communications of the ACM
Othon Michail and Paul Spirakis have had their review article titled “Elements of the Theory of Dynamic Networks” published in the February issue of Communications of the ACM. The article is accompanied by a video.
- Funded PhD Studentships available for start date Oct 2018
The University of Liverpool’s Leverhulme Research Centre for Functional Materials Design has funding available for PhD positions from October 2018
- Nature Scientific Reports
Karl Tuyls and Rahul Savani. together with collaborators at Google DeepMind and the University of Oxford, have had their paper Symmetric Decomposition of Asymmetric Games published in the prestigious journal Nature, Scientific Report
- Staff Awards 2017
Dr Louise Dennis is the winner of the University's Outstanding Contribution to Public Engagement Award
- Logic Conferences at the University of Brasilia
Frontiers of Combining Systems (FroCoS), Automated Reasoning with Analytic Tableaux and Related Methods (TABLEAUX) and Interactive Theorem Proving (ITP). Clare Dixon was the programme co-chair of FroCoS.
- Discussing semantic technologies in Vienna
Dr Valentina Tamma was one of the three Programme Chairs at the 16th International Semantic Web Conference in Vienna
- Best Paper nomination
Daniel Claes, Frans Oliehoek, Hendrik Baier and Karl Tuyls have been nominated for the Best Paper Award at AAMAS2017
- Logic in CS 2017
Liverpool will be strongly represented at the ACM/IEEE Symposium on Logic in Computer Science, with four papers being presented there.
- Best Paper at PODS 2017
Liverpool authors have been awarded the best paper award at PODS 2017
- Best Student Paper at AI 2016
Abdullah Alshehri was awarded the best student paper prize in the application stream of the 2016 BCS SGAI conference on AI.
- ECAI paper award
Katie and Trevor were runners-up for the best paper award at ECAI 2016
- Student paper at COMMA 2016
James Butterworth, recently presented a paper based on his final year project at the 2016 Computational Models of Argument conference, in Potsdam.
- Best Student Paper at TAROS 2016
Eric Schneider has won the Best Student Paper prize at TAROS 2016 for his paper Evaluating Multi-Robot Teamwork in Varied Environments
- New EATCS President
Professor Paul Spirakis has been appointed President of the European Association for Theoretical Computer Science
- Best paper award at SEFM 2016
PhD student Idress Husien, together with Sven Schewe, won the best paper award at SEFM 2016, for their paper Program Generation using Simulated Annealing and Model Checking
- Lovelace Colloquium prizewinner
Jessica Lettall won first prize at this year's BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium.
- smARTLab wins RoCKIn@Work
The smARTLab@Work team from Liverpool won the RoCKIn@Work robot competition in Lisbon.
- TAROS 2015
The Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems (TAROS) conference was held over 8th-10th September
- Dinosaurs over Cheltenham
Lego Robot Dinosaurs have been revealing ideas from AI, robotics and space science at the Cheltenham Science Festival
- IJCAI 2015
Liverpool CS have had 15 papers accepted for IJCAI 2015 - confirming our position as one of the leading departments for AI within the UK
- Athena SWAN
The School of EEE and Computer Science has been granted Athena SWAN Bronze Award status.
- smARTLab wins RoCKIn@work competition
smARTLab@Work win best demo award at the RoCKIn Camp 2015 @work challenge.
- Computer Science Ranked Highly in REF2014
Ranked 1st in the UK for 4* & 3* research, with 97% of our research rated as world-leading or internationally excellent.
- Researchers win best paper award at TAROS conference
' "The fridge door is open" - Temporal Verification of a Robotic Assistant's Behaviours' wins best paper.