News & Events
- ICML 2019
Two papers have been accepted at the 36th International Conference on Machine Learning. These include one by an undergraduate AI student, based on his final year project.
- BCS Dissertation Award
Alkmini Sgouritsa was the highly-commended runner up for the prestigious BCS Distinguished Dissertation award, for her thesis Algorithms for Game-Theoretic Environments.
- 2019 Modern Law Awards
A team from CS won 'Best use of technology' prize for their work in developing AI systems to analyse legal cases.
- Unilever Innovation Challenge
Nachi Kaluba was the winner of the inaugural Unilever/University of Liverpoool "Getting Rid of Plastics" competition
- Best paper award at ICFEM 2018
Members of the Autonomy and Verification Lab won best paper award at International Conference on Formal Engineering Methods
- Best Paper at ICALP
Darek Kowalski and Miguel Mosteiro (Pace University) have been awarded the Best Paper (Track C) at ICALP 2018.
- Publication Success at IJCAI-ECAI 2018
Research staff at the University of Liverpool have again had a large number of accepted papers at the 2018 IJCAI-ECIA joint conference, to be held in Stockholm, Sweden, on the July 13-19, 2018.
- Publication Success at ICALP 2018
Five papers have been accepted at the 45th International Colloquium on Automata, Languages, and Programming (ICALP) - the main conference of the European Association for Theoretical Computer Science (EATCS).
- REF 2021 CS panel
Professor Katie Atkinson has been appointed to the Computer Science and Informatics sub-panel for REF 2021
- Faculty Learning and Teaching Award
Dave Shield has won one of the 2018 Faculty Learning and Teaching Awards, for his work with electronic assessment and feedback.
- 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