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Summer school format
The Summer School has an innovative format: it is Research-Centred, with a strong focus on mini-projects of month-long duration, carried out by multiple teams of 3-4 students including a mix of academic levels (Postdoc, PhD, undergraduates). Selected seminars and lectures will also take place; but not exceeding two hours per day. Exciting cultural events and excursions will take place during the weekends. The outcome of the summer school includes both numerous scientific publications, as well as longer-term collaborations.
Topic and research project areas
This year’s topic and research project areas, focus mainly on the cognitive systems viewpoint as well as the Social Media and Digital Preservation theme>. More specifically, the projects will focus on a combination of the following areas mainly:
- Human Robot Interaction
- Dialogue Systems and Computer Vision
- Information Visualisation
- Social Media Analysis and Utilization
- Digital preservation and the Social Web
- Argument Extraction
- User Modelling
- Affective science and computing
- Intelligent agents and multi-agent systems
- Ontologies and knowledge representation
For a list of the projects that wil be part of the school look at the projects page.