Louise Dennis is a Post-Doctoral Researcher in the Logic and Computation group at the University of Liverpool. She is attached to the Centre for Autonomous Systems Technology (CAST) at the University of Liverpool, and the Robotic Autonomy Simulation Laboratory (RASL) at the Virtual Engineering Centre, Daresbury.

Her background is in artificial intelligence and more specifically in automated reasoning. She has worked on the development of several automated reasoning and theorem proving tools, most notably the Agent JPF model checker for BDI agent languages; the lambda-clam proof planning system; and the PROSPER Toolkit for integrating an interactive theorem prover (HOL) with automated reasoning tools (such as SAT solvers) and Case/CAD tools. More recently she has investigated rational agent programming languages and architectures for autonomous systems, with a particular emphasis on creating verifiable systems.

Screenshot of satellites cooperatively exploring an asteroid field
Two satellites cooperate to explore an asteroid field, using a verifiable agent architecture for decision-making. An output from the Engineering Autonomous Space Software project.

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Louise Dennis
Department of Computer Science
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University of Liverpool