Artificial Intelligence, Intelligent Systems, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing

Image of Theodora ChaspariTheodora Chaspari

Assistant Professor

Image of Yoonsuck Choe 2016.jpgYoonsuck Choe

Professor

(Brain Networks Lab, Neural Intelligence Lab, Multi-scale modeling of mouse brain networks project, Topographica cortical map simulator project)


Image of Gutierrez-OsunaRicardo Gutierrez-Osuna

Professor

(Intelligent sensors, speech processing, face recognition, machine olfaction, neuromorphic computation, mobile robotics, pattern recognition, machine learning)


Image of Tracy HammondTracy Hammond

Professor

(Sketch recognition, gesture recognition, haptics, hand-tracking, artificial intelligence, human computer interfaces)


 

Image of Ben Hu 2016.jpgXia "Ben" Hu

Assistant Professor

Image Of Ruihong HuangRuihong Huang

Assistant Professor

Image of Thomas LoergerThomas Ioerger

Associate Professor

(Artificial intelligence, machine learning, intelligent agents, bioinformatics)


Image of Andruid KerneAndruid Kerne

Professor

(Human-centered computing, HCI, multitouch interaction, sensory interfaces, intelligent user interfaces, gesture recognition, creativity support tools, information visualization. | Serious games, wearable computing, body sensor networks, intelligent sensory devices, ubiquitous computing, social computing, multimedia)


Image of Dylan Shell 2016.jpgDylan Shell

Associate Professor

(Distributed AI, biologically-inspired multi-robot systems, coordinated system, analysis of multi-agent systems, crowd modeling)


Image of Dezhen Song 2016.jpgDezhen Song

Professor

(Networked robotics, computer vision, multimedia, autonomous vehicle, optimization, automation)


Image of Atlas WangZhangyang (Atlas) Wang

Assistant Professor

Image of Nicholas DuffieldNick Duffield (Courtesy Appointment)

Professor

Courses Offered

CSCE 625. Artificial Intelligence. Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours

Basic concepts and methods of artificial intelligence; Heuristic search procedures for general graphs; game playing strategies; resolution and rule based deduction systems; knowledge representation; reasoning with uncertainty.

Prerequisite: CSCE 221.

CSCE 631. Intelligent Agents Parallel Algorithm Design and Analysis. Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours

On the design and implementation of Intelligent Agents and coordination mechanisms among multiple agents, ranging from theoretical principles to practical methods for implementation. 

Prerequisite: CSCE 420 or CSCE 625.

CSCE 627. Theory of Computability. Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours

Formal models of computation such as pushdown automata; Turing machines and recursive functions; unsolvability results; complexity of solvable results. 

Prerequisite: CSCE 433.

CSCE 636. Neural Networks. Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours

Basic concepts in neural computing; functional equivalence and convergence properties of neural network models; associative memory models; associative, competitive and adaptive resonance models of adaptation and learning; selective applications of neural networks to vision, speech, motor control and planning; neural network modeling environments. 

Prerequisite: MATH 304 and MATH 308 or approval of instructor.

CSCE 639/MEEN 676. Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Systems. Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours

Introduces the basics of fuzzy logic and its role in developing intelligent systems; topics include fuzzy set theory, fuzzy rule inference, fuzzy logic in control, fuzzy pattern recognition, neural fuzzy systems and fuzzy model identification using genetic algorithms.  

Prerequisite: CSCE 625 or approval of instructor. 
Cross Listing: MEEN 676/CSCE 639.

CSCE 644. Cortical Networks. Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours

The architecture of the mammalian cerebral cortex; its modular organization and its network for distributed and parallel processing; cortical networks in perception and memory; neuronal microstructure and dynamical simulation of cortical networks; the cortical network as a proven paradigm for the design of cognitive machines. 

Prerequisite: CSCE 420 or CSCE 625 and CSCE 636 and graduate classification.