HUMIES Bronze Award for Human Competitive Artificial Intelligence
Dr Mike Fenton, Dr Ciaran McNally, Dr Jonathan Byrne, Dr James McDermott, Prof Michael O'Neill and Dr Erik Hemberg (MIT) have won the 2017 HUMIES Bronze Award for Human Competitive Artificial Intelligence at the annual ACM GECCO 2017 Conference held in Berlin this July. The award winning work focused on Innovative Truss Design using Grammatical Evolution
Recent Awards and Best Paper Nominations
David Lynch and Roisin Loughran are lead authors on two papers which have been nominated for Best Paper Awards at the European Conference on Genetic Programming (EuroGP 2016) and the European Conference on the Applications of Evolutionary Computation (EvoApplications 2016), and Prof Michael O'Neill has been awarded a Failte Ireland Conference Ambassador Award 2016 for attracting the ACM GECCO conference to Dublin.
Natural Computing & Smart Business Systems
Prof Michael O'Neill was recently interviewed for the UCD College of Business - Faculty Insight Series.
From the past...
Computing financial risks
Prof Anthony Brabazon talks about the launch of the Science Foundation Ireland-funded Financial Mathematics & Computation Research Cluster in the Irish Times in 2010
Featured Research Project...
Prof Michael O'Neill lead the Science Foundation Ireland-funded Evolution in Dynamic Environments with Grammatical Evolution project (2009-2014). Highlights included hosting the ACM GECCO 2011 Conference in Dublin with over 600 delegates from 52 countries, a collaboration with Alcatel Lucent Bell Labs, and numerous publications including the book Foundations in Grammatical Evolution for Dynamic Environments, published by Springer.