We meet Fridays at 3pm in the Algorithmics Lab CSC 217.
Come join the club, and maybe you can go to the
ACM-ICPC world finals
too! In any case, you are guaranteed to have fun and learn a lot.
May 9: Our recent PhD graduate Hootan Nakhost received the
Award for best PhD thesis
from the Canadian Artificial Intelligence Association! Today he gave an
invited talk at the Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence
and was presented with his award.
working on my
Discovery Grant application,
and finalizing our GRAND Phase 2 proposal.
Feb 25: A paper accepted for
the IEEE Transactions on
Computational Intelligence and AI in Games. The paper is
based on the results of Jiaxing Song's recent MSc thesis and is called
"An Enhanced Solver for The Game of Amazons". Congratulations Jiaxing!
February-March: Working hard on a new version of Fuego using learned "feature knowledge".