Informatics Research Programme on Machine Learning
The Research Programme on Machine Learning connects researchers in
Machine Learning methods and applications across the School of
Informatics and more broadly the University of Edinburgh. The
programme is hosted by the Machine Learning Group in the Institute for
Adaptive and Neural Computation of the School of Informatics. It
includes people from many different Institutes and Schools.
3.30 p.m. Tues 28 February 2012. G03 Inf. Forum
Other Research Groups
This list is not exhaustive, and many others are involved with the
meeting on a semi-regular or occasional basis, and we openly welcome
anyone who has an interest to be involved. To sign up to the mailing
list, please see the link below.
- March 25 2010. Tea meeting
3.30-4.30 pm in Mini-Forum 1 (level 2) in the Informatics
Forum. Posters presented by Andrew Dai, Amit Dubey, Michael Fourman,
Jakub Piatkowski, Benji Rosman, Charles Sutton. All welcome.
- Thurs 29 Oct 2009, RPML tea meeting 3:30-4:30 in
MiniForum 1 (level2) in the Informatics Forum. Posters presented
by Kian Ming Chai, Michal Dziemianko, Sharon Goldwater,
Dominik Grewe, Liangxiu Han, Jyri Kivinen.
- May 4 2009 3-5 in IF 4.31/4.33: John Winn (Microsoft Research)
will present a tutorial on
- The first Research Programme on Machine Learning (RPML)
tea meeting was held on Thursday March 19 2009 3:30-4:30 in Informatics
Forum Mini Forum 1 (level 2). Posters were presented by
Frank Dondelinger, Adrian Haith, Songfang Huang, Verena Rieser, Ian Saunders.
- The first activity was a series of introductory sessions
held in October and November 2008 with the goal
of bringing together researchers, so they can understand the nature of
the work carried out in the different groups.
Schedule for the
There is a RPML mailing list, you can sign up at
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