The Summer Schools in Logic and Learning will be held January 26-February 6, 2009, and you’re invited:
An Open Invitation to attend the
Summer Schools in Logic and Learning
26 January to 6 February 2009
Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
One of the grand challenges in science and engineering is to build computer systems that are trustworthy and intelligent. While achieving this goal could be many decades away, computer systems are clearly getting smarter and more reliable year by year and human society is becoming more reliant on exploiting their increasing intelligence. Logic and machine learning are two indispensable parts of the efforts to meet this challenge.
Join us for a new summer school experience where you have a unique two week opportunity to combine the solid foundations of logic and machine learning, with an introductory track in artificial intelligence in the second week.
Courses are taught by some of the world’s leading computer scientists and blend practical and theoretical short courses with lectures and demonstrations in state-of-the-art computer facilities at ANU.
Courses and Speakers
Artificial Intelligence Courses
Machine Learning Courses
Fees and Registration
If you would like to discuss this invitation in more detail, including advice on suitable candidacy, please go to: http://ssll.cecs.anu.edu.au/about/contact
The Summer Schools in Logic and Learning are supported by ANU and NICTA.
Dr Tiberio Caetano, Convener
Professor John Slaney, Convener
Dr Alwen Tiu (Acting Convener)