School of Computing

Computational Intelligence Group

Membership and Interests

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Head of Group Alex Freitas   Seminar Organiser Marek Grzes
Academic Staff Primary Research Interests
David Barnes I am interested in computational modelling of biological systems and developing software for visualising NMR data.  
Howard Bowman Computational Modelling of Cognition, Connectionism, Human Attention, Emotions and Reasoning.  
Srivas Chennu Neurodynamics of consciousness, computational modelling of predictive neural networks, and translational neuroscience.
Dominique Chu Computational systems biology and simulation of biological systems.  
Alex Freitas Data mining, machine learning, evolutionary algorithms (mainly genetic programming), ant colony optimization, bioinformatics and the biology of ageing.  
Marek Grzes Artificial intelligence, decision-theoretic planning, probabilistic reasoning, and their applications to intelligent systems for people with cognitive disabilities, natural language processing and chatbots, tutoring systems, and games.  
Colin Johnson Bioinformatics, computational modelling of biological systems, scientific computing; computer systems inspired by nature, e.g. genetic algorithms, genetic programming (including connections with programming language theory) and neural networks; media technologies.  
Anna Jordanous Computational Creativity, Music Informatics, Information Retrieval, Knowledge Modelling, Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, Data Mining, Semantic Web, Linked Data, Ontologies, Digital Humanities.  
Michael Kampouridis Computational finance, financial forecasting, algorithmic trading, weather derivatives, machine learning, genetic programming.  
Peter Kenny Scientific image processing, especially volumetric and multi-spectral data; video-realistic computer animation, especially virtual humans; bio-inspired computation.  
Caroline Li My main area of research is in brain signal processing and its applications. I also work on signal processing methods.  
Fernando Otero Data mining, machine learning, ant colony optimization, genetic programming and bioinformatics.  
Peter Rodgers Visual aspects of diagrams including: graph drawing algorithms; schematic layout methods; Venn and Euler diagram generation techniques.  
Postgraduate Students Primary Research Interests
Adesola Adegboye Financial forecasting, directional changes, algorithmic trading, genetic programming.
Robert Baker Data visualization; graph drawing using patterns 
James Brookhouse Data mining, regression, ant colony optimization
Jennifer Cooke  
Fadi Dib My research interests are information visualization including graph drawing algorithms, and data mining. 
Goli Djekou  
Fabio Fabris Data mining, particularly hierarchical classification, and applications to the biology of ageing. 
Allessandro Gigli  
Keith Greenhow  
Omid Hajilou  
Kathryn Harris EEG, deception detection, Fringe-P3 method.
Ayah Mohamed Helal Data mining, online classification, data streams, ant colony optimization.
William Jones Modelling attention, conscious and short term memory. A particular emphasis on the RSVP paradigm. 
Farhana Ferdousi Liza Machine learning and natural language processing.
Peter Lloyd Information design, metro maps and diagrams, usability of maps and diagrams, geographic information systems.
George Parish  
Samuel Perkins  
Tossapol Pomsuwan Data mining, particularly classification, and applications to ageing-related data.
Caroline Rizzi Raymundo Affective computing and artificial neural networks
Jack Shannon Artificial intelligence for games, reinforcement learning, deep learning.
Tristan Strange Computational creativity, evolutionary computing, software self-evaluation.
Adrien Witon My research focuses on finding neuro-markers using EEG and other brain imaging techniques to detect mental states (i.e. mental fatigue). Methods investigated include data mining, machine learning, big data oriented platform for healthcare. 
Alexia Zoumpoulaki Analysis of Time Series with Application to EEG Data

School of Computing, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NF

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Last Updated: 12/12/2016