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  Professor Dave Cliff
Post(s): Professor of Computer Science/Academic Director for TQC, Department of Computer Science
Areas of expertise: My primary area of expertise is computer systems for trading in financial markets. In 1996 I designed an automated trading...
Keywords: large-scale complex IT systems | financial markets | automated trading | complex systems | evolutionary systems | cognitive systems | artificial intelligence
  Dr Helmut Hauser
Post(s): Senior Lecturer in Robotics, Department of Engineering Mathematics
Areas of expertise: My research is focused on bio-inspired robotics. I am especially interesting in morphological computation (embodiment), which...
Keywords: Bio-inspired Robotics | Morphological Computation | Soft Robotics | artificial intelligence | Embodiment | Unconventional Robotics
  Dr Tim Kovacs
Post(s): Senior Lecturer, School of Computer Science, Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Engineering Maths
Areas of expertise: Artificial Intelligence. I'm interested in ways machines can learn without a teacher, so they can do things which I can't,...
Keywords: bio-inspired computing | artificial intelligence
  Professor Jonathan Lawry
Post(s): Professor, Department of Engineering Mathematics
Areas of expertise: -Random sets and fuzzy sets -Label Semantics for Modelling Vague Concepts -Foundations of uncertain reasoning in Artificial...
Keywords: Fuzzy Logic | artificial intelligence
  Professor Trevor Martin
Post(s): Professor of Artificial Intelligence, Department of Engineering Mathematics
Areas of expertise: Modelling uncertainty in artificial intelligence, particularly use of fuzzy set theory. Currently a senior research fellow...
Keywords: artificial intelligence | fuzzy set theory | intelligent information management | semantic web | user modelling | uncertainty in artificial intelligence | soft computing
  Professor Jonathan Rossiter
Post(s): Professor of Robotics, Department of Engineering Mathematics
Areas of expertise: My research interests include bio-mimetics, artificial intelligence, robotics and sensors. Bio-mimetics is an engineering...
Keywords: robotics | artificial muscles | electroactive polymers | bio-mimetics | artificial intelligence | medical Imaging | MRI