Full Professor Paola Mello has been nominated EurAI Fellow 2017. Al the research group compliments her!!!
Congratulations to Michela, that has been recognized of the Distinguished Service Award from the Association of Constraint Programming, during the CP2018 Conference. In the image below, Michela is the one in the bottom right corner... :-)
We are very happy to announce that Prof. Paola Mello and Prof. Michela Milano have been included in the IJCAI 2019 Conference Advisory Board.
We are very happy to announce that the 20M€ AI4EU project has been funded by the EU Commision. The project aims to create a novel, unifying EU infrastructure and framework for AI adavances, open to all EU players, from academic researchers to indutry partners.
The UNIBO AI Research group is among the core funding members of the project, and will actively collaborate to ensure its success!
We are very proud to announce that the 2022 IJCAI-EurAI Joint Conference will take place in Bologna, Italy:
We are happy to announce that Full Prof. Michela Milano has been appointed Deputy President of the European Association for Artificial Intelligence (EurAI). The decision was taken during the EurAI General Assembly, held on the 18th of July, 2018 at Stockholm, Sweden.
All the research group compliments her for the prestigious nomination! Well deserved, Michela!
We are very happy to announce that Federico Chesani, member of the AI Research Group at the University of Bologna, has been elected in the executive board of the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence (AIxIA).
We wish Federico all the best luck and good work!
The ASIA-GiM (Agenti Software Intelligenti e Autonomi per la risoluzione di Giochi Matematici) project has been financed under the AlmaIDEA program of the University of Bologna.
The project will be lead by Dr. Federico Chesani, with the help of a multidisciplinary research group composed by Prof. Paola Mello, Dr. Daniela Loreti, Prof. Fiorella Giusberti, and Dr. Elisa Gambetti.
The project will officially start the 29/01/2018, and will last for two years (up to the 28/01/2020).
The e-Policy project started, official the 1st of October, 2011.
You can find information, officail project slides, and much more on the e-Policy web site:
The web site of the e-POLICY project (Engineering the POlicy making LIfe CYcle) will be available soon.